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Kelsain

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About Kelsain

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    New Edwards Test Pilot
  • Birthday 01/05/1977

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  1. Hasegawa Gerwalk VF-1D and SDF attack mode

    Awesome news! I missed this last time!
  2. Robotech by Titan Comics

    I’ll admit, I feel a bit of morbid excitement when I see that there are new posts in this thread...
  3. What? That’s almost as bad as John Voight replacing Peter Graves in Mission Impossible...
  4. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    Woohoo, my shipment from Shapeways arrived early! While I may have gone a little overboard with the height on my Space Marine, I wanted the body proportions to look right. He now stands just a bit short of 9" with the helmet, which is almost 9 ft scale height. I guess he's a Primaris, then: Need to drill some holes for the backpack mount & knee pads before I can get them attached properly. The elbow armor snaps over the existing Iron Monger joints. I'm also still working out how I'll do the attachment for the giant shoulder pads. The required tolerances of the WSF left the backpack nozzles a bit loose, so I'm gonna have to figure out how to tighten those up without locking them in place... My first helmet print was about 15% too large, but this looks much better. I also whipped up a couple accessories for a loose (probably bootleg) Sabine Wren fig that I got off eBay. New pistols & her jet pack. I'm gonna try to update her to her Season 3 look.
  5. Hasegawa 1:4000 SDF-1 (DYRL)

    Hobby Search has actual photos of the TV Storm Attacker: http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10502166 That looks awesome! After looking at these, I think I've figured out my main issue with the DYRL version. The down-sized bridge tower is just way too small. It looks like the attacker's been decapitated. Or Zika.
  6. Gundam Show Thread - MSG thru IBO

    That, and they’re very clear about the pilots being mostly child slaves. It’s frequently depressing af. But a really good show.
  7. Gundam Show Thread - MSG thru IBO

    I wasn’t looking to directly equate the 2. I actually like 7 a lot, ZZ is growing on me. However, both were comedic follow ups to pretty serious entries, in order to change the tone. Both have very repetitive first 10 episodes or so. I found myself humming Planet Dance during the Shangri-La portion of the show. Both are polarizing among fans of the worthiness of their entry in the franchise. And, since their original airings, both franchises have had more contentious entries; giving these shows a little more legitimacy.
  8. Gundam Show Thread - MSG thru IBO

    So, I thought about taking a break from the ZZ shenanigans to watch the Thunderbolt movie. And then there was the jazz... I’m up to ZZ#18, and it’s definitely gotten better since they left Shangri-La.
  9. Legos, anyone?

    Highly Sophisticated Interlocking Brick System.
  10. Bandai DX VF-31

    For a moment, I was all NOOOOO!!! Then I realized that this is good. I'm no longer tempted to drop a whole bunch of $$ I don't have on something that I have no place to display, and no time to play with. It is purdy, though...
  11. Whats Lying on your Workbench MK IV

    We can live! We can both live!! thats amazing!
  12. RAMPAGE Movie

    While I’m rolling my eyes at this whole thing, the giant crocodile bit happened immediately after I thought “what about the lizard/Godzilla one?” Well played, trailer editor. Well played...
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