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Urashiman

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    Destroid Armour Waxer
  • Birthday 09/07/1983

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    Berlin, Germany

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  1. VF-2SS for 3d printing WIP

    Awesome work so far! Will if be transformable?
  2. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Thanks - I'll think I'll build a small lightbox to take better pictures of it. No, I got mine when it first came out. Also, I got the normal VF-11B without the super packs. Just a small side note: Get the Jasmine Model Photo Etched parts. It is troublesome to get the small parts onto the pieces with my sausage fingers (my tweezers are MIA), but it looks really great!
  3. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    I wish I could, I have no white background
  4. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Finished my VE-1 yesterday. And starting my next project - Macross Plus VF-11B
  5. Wave 1/72 VF-4 lightning

    That'll be cool too
  6. Wave 1/72 VF-4 lightning

    VA-3! GO GO GO! ...but a VF-171 would be nice too. They should scrap the VF-22, as Hasegawa has that covered. A VF-9 or VF-14 would be cooler instead Yeah ... I was a bit disappointed too, but at least I got an affordable VF-4 kit to line up with my other 1/72 macross kits. The resin VF-4s were always way too expensive, and there are bigger mistakes on the VF-4 structure on these. If Hasegawa would come up with a VF-4 I would be the first to buy it, but I'll have to stick with the Wave VF-4 for now
  7. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Yeah - it's a pitty with the VF-1 kits ... But hey - I got a bunch of other kits as well. When done with the VE-1, I'd probably build my VF-11 or try my first WAVE kit ... the VF-4 BTW: nice build, I like the washing. It looks really clean.
  8. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Nice Build!
  9. MΔ - VF-9

    Yeah on second thought you are right - FUD is way too brittle for that
  10. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    This one is on my backlog for over 10 years now. I can't even remember when I bought it. Must have been 2004 - 2005 ish. Now I am finally building it. My first Hasegawa Valk with super packs. The interesting thing: the kit quality is really good. I was building a VF-1A in Kakizaki colors some days ago and the parts had problems with fitting and gaps. It could be that the mold hasegawa uses slowly is degrading. This VE-1 is fitting together really good, but still it needs some sanding here and there as well as gap filling.
  11. MΔ - VF-9

    Yeah, this is due to the orthographic view in sketchup and the perspective view in real life. Also keep in mind that 3D printing also has errors. It often isn't as acurate as though giving you printing errors of up to 1mm per 10cm, especially with the cheap materials. For prototyping the white and elastic stuff is okay, but if you want a final build, you should choose the more expensive materials. Nevertheless, great work Xigfrid!
  12. MΔ - VF-9

    Awesome work Xigfrid! Congratulations!
  13. MΔ - VF-9

    Maybe when the FF7 Remake gets released ...
  14. MΔ - VF-9

    yeah, but the details would be really bad...
  15. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Nice - reminds me of that Shark Attack Cartoon from the 80s/90s
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