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Urashiman

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About Urashiman

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    ARMD Deck Swabber
  • Birthday 09/07/1983

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    Berlin, Germany

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  1. Uta Macross!

    I am actually playing it over ethernet, utilising a didicated 100mbit kabel line. I play Final Fantasy Brave Exvius over this line too and never had any issue. There is no connection issue as far as I know. I probably have to undust my japanese dictionary... :/ アプリケーンヨン工ラー アプリケ一ンヨンーこ異常カ〝あります。 ゲ一ムを正常ーこ起重刀する事カ〝できません。 Roughtly translates to: Application Error: There is an application error. It is not possible to initialize the game.
  2. Uta Macross!

    Hey everyone, got the latest version via QooApp (v.1.1.0) but I get this error when starting. Any ideas how to fix this? Thanks
  3. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    OMG! Were did you got that Garfish II? I want one too
  4. Hasegawa VF-31

    YES!!!
  5. Papercraft YF-19

    Oh - Nice work. I did a papercraft YF-19 some years ago, but it was non transformable. Have fun!
  6. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Great - I like the N-Nautilus. I have it in my "need to be build someday" queue too. The kit is of really impressive quality. I am still busy building and doing paintjobs on alot of Warhammer 40K minifigs and a VF-1J in Kakizaki Colors... Too much to build, not enough time :S
  7. Hasegawa VF-31

    I hope they make the VF-31A version with Delta Wings. The swept forwards wings just don't look good on that frame. They looked nice on the YF-19 and the VF-9, but the YF-29 just overdid it. Same for the VF-31 - it just doesn't fi imho. Good they had the SV-262 in Macross Delta - that beautiful balanced plane helped me to force myself through Macross Delta.
  8. Macross Delta Scramble

    Mhmm ... do I need to Mod the PSTV to play the game, or is it just working normally?
  9. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    It's that time of the year again. - There are so many VF-1 buildups around this isn't anything special, but I haven't been building Hasegawa stuff in a while, so this is kinda thrilling to me to finally get to building up one of these things again. Sloppily sticked together. Cockpit still needs alot of work. Also sanding is going to happen. - When done this will get the Hayao Kakizaki VF-1A from Do you remember love touch.
  10. Hey everyone, I am not really sure if this fits in here, but the "off-topic" area should be good as this probably works under Science Fiction. Yesterday the trailer for the newest installment of Call of Duty was released. Except for the first Black Ops, Call of Duty was mostly a let down for me since Modern Warefare. Somehow this trailer made me interested again. Spoilers ahead if you didn't watch the trailer yet: I think I am going to try this one. Not on day one, but when it is on a Steam Sale or something else. What are your thoughts? PS: I know CoD is always something people start to argue about, so please be nice to each other.
  11. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Holy ... I've been building this one like 3 times and everytime it ended up really bad, followed by a nice flight into the trashcan or having fun with fireworks
  12. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Hi Guys, got something new to build on my birthday aside from my usual Macross Kits. Greetings, Urashiman
  13. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    3DS MAX 2010 ...
  14. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    It is a public transportation system over here in Germany, to be exactly Berlin, called "Straßenbahn" or "Tram" literally meaning "street train". Here is a picture of it in real life. You can compare them to the cable cars in San Francisco, except that a tram got its own engine instead of being pulled around by a cable under the street.
  15. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    I let a GT6N-ZR Tram in H0 (1/87) be printed at shapeways. Got the order on monday. But there still was alot of supporting wax on it and it smelled weird. So today in the lab, I putted it in into the ultrasonic washer. did it three times until everything went finally off. I will ground it as soon as possible. Later I will build an electric motor into it, so it can actually drive Here 2 pictures:
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