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  1. The legs should be bulkier for sure, otherwise I think it looks good for the scale... I am assuming that the gaps are due to it being a resin prototype tho. Otherwise you could post on their Facebook page seeing as they tend to be more accepting of constructive criticism.
  2. I wonder how many design liberties Sentinel will take with the Tread. Their Legioss is nice, but not 100% accurate.
  3. If it helps, I consider the Sentinel Legioss design to be a revision similar to the new bike designs. The transformation has been revised after all. I prefer the larger head, but otherwise I agree that the proportions do look a bit squat, and the abdomen gap looks strange, but maybe I'll get used to it.
  4. Thanks Pop Deculture facebook group!
  5. I'm liking the Zeta. Was hoping to see a test shot of Hoquet with cloth... oh well, looks promising so far.
  6. I'll be happy with Dana/Jeanne and hopefully Zor Prime/Seifriet. Strange to think that if HG didn't pick up Southern Cross chances are this wouldn't exist at all... Cavalry of the Southern Cross wasn't even popular in Japan when it was broadcast.
  7. Hmm, Winter Wonderfest is a week away. So maybe we'll see a Sentinel Hoquet prototype on display. Or some Legioss variants. Or maybe Figma will finally... nah, probably not.
  8. http://www.macrossworld.com/mwf/topic/38711-mospeada/
  9. Very nice! Now you just need Aisha. :)
  10. Nice. Your work?
  11. Ultimately if a purchase is made through PayPal or a credit card it is their T&Cs that take priority. Part of the reason PayPal and credit cards are so expensive is due to the protection they offer consumers. Down here in Australia, we have the strongest consumer protection laws in the world. When my clothes dryer broke down after 16 months, still under warranty, I contacted the seller, who contacted the manufacturer who sent out a tech to inspect it, and then arranged replacement starting the 2 year warranty again. Out of the dozens of times I have made chargebacks, Mastercard has always sided with me, it's just a matter of having strong enough evidence that the seller is in the wrong. Don't accept store credit if you can help it. Once you do you can no longer make a claim through PP or credit if anything goes wrong.
  12. Yep, it's the retailer's responsibility. If they don't arrange a replacement, tell them you will be talking to your credit card company (assuming you paid with one, PayPal or direct),
  13. Yep, just got payment notice from HLJ, and they have a shipping request from me.
  14. So orders should start processing and shipping tomorrow? I need to prepare my credit card for Reflex Point orbital bombardment...
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