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About idontknow

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  • Birthday 08/28/1973

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  1. idontknow


    Do I/we need to send you extra for shipping? I'm good with doing so.
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    Got mine today Cap! Damn good casting! Thank you sir for the work you do for us!
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    Max Factory 1/20(!) VF-1S/A Hikaru

    Why Gerwalk first? Why not another mode first?
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    Done. It's in the PayPal message Cap, but send me which ever decal. I'll build the version you send me.
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    I received my kits and haven't had a chance to open it yet and just noticed this
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    1/48 VF-19B

    Very nice, great to see something out of the ordinary.
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    Aoshima VFG

    +1 It's up on HLJ now. Don't know if I want to pre-order or not. I am not a Delta fan and wish it was a DYRL or M+ valk I would probably jump on it. Hmmmmm
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    Hasegawa 1:4000 SDF-1 (DYRL)

    Duh moment on my part. I think I had it in my head it was a model.
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    Have any of you quit collecting?

    My son loved the original Thomas Trains, they were diecast in the beginning. Pretty much had the whole set and then I give them away as soon as he moved on to pokemon. Let's not get started there with the original pokemon cards, which we actually still have packed in the attic. Another thing I must get rid of when I move soon...ugh. So far as macross collecting, my model habit got out of control years and years ago with the plastic kits. Not many I have not owned. Had to stop. I try to focus on Resin/Multimedia kits now as I just don't have the time to invest as I did when I was younger and the realization that I don't plan on stopping long enough to seize up from old age. Currently selling a few of my kits and toys, but having a hard time letting go of some things. Just can't bring myself to doing it. While I was going through my Macross toys and models I was putting it all on the bed that I was going to get rid of. As I was my my for sale post earlier I was putting some of them back in my stash thinking "I need this so when I finish that"...I know I am going to have to let them go at some point, model kits wise. The toys though, they are pre-made so I don't have to invest the same amount of time. Don't know if any of that makes sense, but ugh...the addiction. So far as collecting anything else, I don't collect anything else for personal satisfaction other than Macross.
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    Hasegawa 1:4000 SDF-1 (DYRL)

    I was comparing this too and noticed this one has the shoulders on the wrong sides Agree with some of the proportions, and think that Hasegawa took it upon themselves to take the middle ground so they could re-use the mold for both the TV and DYRL versions?
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    Hideous man, just hideous! So close to macross modeling porn! Loving it!
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    Macross Island Diorama

    Hi Abit, that was not mine. I am assuming that is how it was done due to the detail. It could be done with plastic sheet as well with the right amount of precision and patience. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
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    Macross Island Diorama

    3D Printer...I actually just bought two different ones (by total accident, was going to send one right back but decided, what the hell) and awaiting for them to arrive. I really want a SLA printer and may do it before the end of the year if I can get this to work (and time to play). Doing a Ataria island was an idea I had to start with to test out for Macross modelling purposes after I got things up, running and working well. I was thinking of doing one for my Hase 1/4000 model and if I was balsey enough, do one for the 1/3000 Arcadia/Yamato version...Decisions, decisions, decisions. The problem of course is the size of the diorama Yours is coming along very well! Look forward to watching your progress.