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Ryujin76Ryujin763 meses atrásMisc
Hello friends
After lurking for a good while, i decided to show off my collection. While my collection is nothing impressive compared to the multi-detolf structures i frequently see, it is mine and i love it.

This is my main shelf, the gsc 1/8 nadeko and kanbaru were my first figures. I bought them from a local seller who was looking to clear his collection. Actually a good portion of my collection comes from local sellers~

Not the most elegant lighting, but it works
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Above my desk, there are shelves where an army of good robot bois reside. All of my kits are mainly straight builds with minor detailing and top coat.
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On my desk are the rest of my figures
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as you can tell i may or may not like nendoroids

...and a keychain board that is feeling quite lonely
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Now like a lot of others who collect things, i have quite a chunk of my collection thats still sitting in my closet waiting to be opened and loved.
Not my closet, but you get the gist
https://static.myfigurecollection.net/image/Ryujin761535613050.jpeg
As such, i may attempt to review the unboxed portion of my collection.
I always enjoy and appreciate user created reviews. They not only allow us to get a feel of a product even if we do not own it, but they also enable us to discuss and talk about it.

Thanks for taking the time to read this
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materix01 (3 meses atrás) #39499285Opps. I should have realised that the Zaku was a MG 2.0. Kshatriya is such a beast and I'm hoping Bandai will make a 1/100 version (probably for the RE100 line at some point). I held off on buying a Zaku MG 2.0 for a few years because I was hoping they would make a 3.0 like they did with the RX-78-2 but finally caved last month and purchased ITEM #609995 which I've yet to build. Heard the Zaku 2.0 are still one of the best MG kits.
I'm more of a snap builder myself and don't use my airbrush as much as others. I probably end up fully painting <20% of my kits. Most of my kits I buy with the intention of snap building and top coating with minor detailing.
My MVP tool are my Sharpie metallic markers in gold/silver/bronze. I do so much detail work with those, from the gold on SD kits to inner frame detailing on MGs. Way better than any paint marker I've used. Panel line then top coat and gunpla kits look great! A can of silver spray paint for thrusters help. I wanna give hand painting a try with my SD kits as I find masking very time consuming.

Yeah, i also mainly snap build with some minor detailing, i also try to avoid stickers where possible for colour apps(some exceptions like the SD stargazer golden bits)

Good luck with the 2.0 zaku. For the infamous finger-killer tubes that the zakus have, my strategy was to cut the runner thing they were on in order to remove them easily.
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materix01 Lv. 10 Dictator
Ryujin76 (3 meses atrás) #39498588Thanks, the black tristars zaku is actually the 2.0 MG, it's just that the kshatriya is a monster of a HG. Most of the detailing is done using gundam markers cause i'm too cheap to get an airbrush.
The whites on all my kits are handpainted using cheap acrylic paint i had around the house, not that clean if you get close but it does the job. I'll look into the other panel lining options you mentioned.


Opps. I should have realised that the Zaku was a MG 2.0. Kshatriya is such a beast and I'm hoping Bandai will make a 1/100 version (probably for the RE100 line at some point). I held off on buying a Zaku MG 2.0 for a few years because I was hoping they would make a 3.0 like they did with the RX-78-2 but finally caved last month and purchased ITEM #609995 which I've yet to build. Heard the Zaku 2.0 are still one of the best MG kits.

I'm more of a snap builder myself and don't use my airbrush as much as others. I probably end up fully painting <20% of my kits. Most of my kits I buy with the intention of snap building and top coating with minor detailing.

My MVP tool are my Sharpie metallic markers in gold/silver/bronze. I do so much detail work with those, from the gold on SD kits to inner frame detailing on MGs. Way better than any paint marker I've used. Panel line then top coat and gunpla kits look great! A can of silver spray paint for thrusters help. I wanna give hand painting a try with my SD kits as I find masking very time consuming.
3 meses atrás
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materix01 (3 meses atrás) #39496802Oh a fellow gunpla collector. Good to see some representation.
That Black Tristars Zaku from Origin looks fantastic! The origins line is arguably the best 1/144 line made by Bandai thus far although I'm a big fan of the IBO line as well.
I can see that you're using metallic green gundam marker on some of the SD kits and perhaps metallic sharpie for some of the detailing? What did you use for the white sleeves on the Kshatriya? It looks pretty clean.
I think some more panel lining would make your kits even better. I use to use a super fine tipped copic marker which does get the job done well. But 2 bottles of Tamiya Panel accent in black and grey and lighter fluid from my local hardware store has made panel lining super easy and quick for <$20.

Thanks, the black tristars zaku is actually the 2.0 MG, it's just that the kshatriya is a monster of a HG. Most of the detailing is done using gundam markers cause i'm too cheap to get an airbrush.
The whites on all my kits are handpainted using cheap acrylic paint i had around the house, not that clean if you get close but it does the job. I'll look into the other panel lining options you mentioned.
3 meses atrás
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materix01 Lv. 10 Dictator
Oh a fellow gunpla collector. Good to see some representation.

That Black Tristars Zaku from Origin looks fantastic! The origins line is arguably the best 1/144 line made by Bandai thus far although I'm a big fan of the IBO line as well.

I can see that you're using metallic green gundam marker on some of the SD kits and perhaps metallic sharpie for some of the detailing? What did you use for the white sleeves on the Kshatriya? It looks pretty clean.

I think some more panel lining would make your kits even better. I use to use a super fine tipped copic marker which does get the job done well. But 2 bottles of Tamiya Panel accent in black and grey and lighter fluid from my local hardware store has made panel lining super easy and quick for <$20.
3 meses atrás
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Heldrik (3 meses atrás) #39474834That's some really nice varied collection. I dig the Touhous, the Madokas and the Cinderella Girls. That xboxhueg Kirari is especially awesome and makes me happy happy.Jenthehen (3 meses atrás) #39477259Looks great! :)Tiamat26 (3 meses atrás) #39488533Nice and diverse.
= )
Tia
Baby_blu (3 meses atrás) #39488754Nice! I finally filled my cork board up! It’s one of the best feelings!!!
Thanks everyone :)
3 meses atrás
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Nice! I finally filled my cork board up! It’s one of the best feelings!!!
3 meses atrás
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Nice and diverse.

= )

Tia
3 meses atrás
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Jenthehen Otaku at Law
Looks great! :)
3 meses atrás
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That's some really nice varied collection. I dig the Touhous, the Madokas and the Cinderella Girls. That xboxhueg Kirari is especially awesome and makes me happy happy.
3 meses atrás
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Ryujin76 (3 meses atrás) #39470899Thanks. All the gsc monogatari figures are so gorgeous, i love that the bases are just about as detailed as the figures themselves.
Yup, not one of them disappoints, except perhaps for Hitagi.
Not that GSC's (ITEM #27598) is bad, it's just that (IMHO) Alter's (ITEM #42025) is better.
3 meses atrás
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