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About wm cheng

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    SMS Squadron Leader
  • Birthday 07/12/1969

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    Toronto, Canada
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    All things Macross - especially the mecha. All things Sci-Fi Aircraft modelling Movies

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  1. Legos, anyone?

  2. Arcadia 1/24 Scale Garland

    Would be nice to have a Black Friday sale on this puppy... one can dream right?!
  3. Yamato 2202

    Any place to download the dubbed versions? hoping to get my young daughter into this. How far along with the dubbed versions are they? At what rate are they coming out and is there going to be an eventual Bluray release?
  4. Bandai DX VF-31

    X1000! ... pretty perfect toy except for the opaque metallic canopy and the seam/gap behind the cockpit canopy
  5. Hi-Metal R

    THANKS!!! Just ordered a second one.
  6. Bandai to release Star Wars Model kits

    Congrats! Can't wait to see you build, please post so I can live vicariously through you.
  7. Bandai to release Star Wars Model kits

    I like your thinking! Just trying to justify not buying the Bandai one after I've bought just about every detail kit for the FineMold years ago and its sitting gathering dust in the basement as a retirement project. It's just the Bandai is so much more detailed and crisper that it makes the FineMold pale in comparison (in fact my 1/144 Bandai MF puts the FineMold to shame). So hard, to little money and time which is making the decision for me but I'm sure I'll come to regret it years from now. Yep, kind of feel like that
  8. Bandai Sv-262 DX valk

    Isn't there some emoji for sarcasm?!
  9. Bandai Sv-262 DX valk

    Wow! That really sucks - especially being on the west coast I'd thought you would have a much better chance of getting anything than us in the east coast. I do like the drones attached to the Draken, its unique, however they do seem a bit oversized - and I wished Bandai designed the wing pivot differently to not need the clear support which was clearly an afterthought.
  10. Bandai Sv-262 DX valk

    Yeah, they seem a little big. I do love the gold paint app for the SV-262 though and the fact that its a different original transformation.
  11. Bandai Sv-262 DX valk

    Woohoo!!! Finally got my LilDrakens - took over 2 months by Eco-SAL from NY (note to Canadians, Canada Post does not support tracking, so once it left Japan which only took 3 days there is no more tracking information for Eco SAL - it spent almost 2 months in Canada somewhere! - our postal system sucks!). Never will I cheap out again on shipping - argh. Yep slightly underwhelmed, might feel differently when I put it on the actual bird, but the drones are a bit bulky/fatter than I expected. Like the RVF-25 drones better - designwise.
  12. Arcadia 1/24 Scale Garland

    It looks really good especially the articulated fingers and such, I wished the black wheels were actually rubber and definitely yes, its too expensive for its small size. I'm going to wait for a few reviews before I think seriously about plunking down that kind of cash for something 16cm long!
  13. Aircraft Super Thread Mk.VII

    Maybe this is Final Countdown 2 where the Enterprise goes into the future?...
  14. My Road To My Own Premium Finish Valkyires

    NO! Microset is used to soften waterslide decals only (its not a sealant) The Future (floor polish) topcoat sprayed over top after all the decals are applied and provides a hard clear acrylic gloss coat over the decals and it would work for dry transfer as well. Don't use Microset or MicroSOL for dry transfer, my guess is it would dissolve the transfer.
  15. Pacific Rim Uprising

    I guess I'm biased but I've had enough of young kids saving the world or young kids being in positions of high authority - yeah, yeah... I know its every Millennial's fantasy to boss over these old fogies but it just makes all these films so fantastical (when you already have to suspend so much disbelief for giant robots!). Our Millennials here can't even change the photocopier toner and then expects us to cheer when they finally do it with lots of help?! Boy, how old do I sound! (quietly gets off the soap box without hurting my back!)