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  1. Battroids would be cool. But I'm still holding out for a 1/20 normal fighter.
  2. Sorry I'm way late to the party, but here's some of Junya Ishigaki's design art for the Asuka.
  3. Well that's a mystery I can put to rest easily enough. The master was made by Cobywan, and made by his group, M-Factory. Some years later, I purchased the masters from him, and sold them under my label, Studio Kaijin. So the Studio Kaijin version came second, and it a re-issued original kit, not a recast.
  4. I use AutoCAD for my 3D modeling work. You can get a free student license of the full, current version. I also took a few semesters of AutoCAD back in high school, and the basics really haven't changed in the past 20 years. It was really just a matter of learning a few new commands to start using it for 3D modeling.
  5. Wow, old thread! I don't think any of the Studio Half Eye kits ever included decals. And the did not include the joints. They require Bandai's B-Joints, which have been out of production for a number of years. I'm not sure if there are any modern replacements.
  6. Don't care. Gotta have it.
  7. Can't wait to get my copy! That AEW would definitely be cool to have a kit of. I really like that variant.
  8. Very cool!! I would have liked to see Hasegawa make it instead, but seeing a 1/72 VF-4 injection kit finally being made is incredible. I'll be in for at least two of them. As for the article with the Y6800 price, it looks to me like it's for the the old Musasiya resin kit. Its original price was also 6800 http://www.macrossworld.com/macross/models/musasiya/musasiya_main.htm
  9. Looking good! Please share the .STL files when you're done. I'm going to want to print one of my own!
  10. No, Studio Half-Eye never made any VF-1 kits. Do you have pics of that kit? I'm not familiar with any resin transformable VF-1s that are specifically Max types. But your description reminds me of Yellow Submarine's 1/100 VF-1 parts-former
  11. Yes, the Speaker Podcast crew were nice enough to have me on the podcast when I was visiting Japan for Wonderfest last year. They're a great bunch of guys!
  12. Yep, it's the General Products resin kit (not vinyl). It took me something like 10 years to find it. And yes, the Kotobukiya excelion is really good! Too small for any crazy mods, tho.
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