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1/48+fp's, 1/60, And 1/72 Picture Gallery Pt 4


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Nice, but what scale is Micheal's VF-25 it' smaller than the other 1/60 scale mechs on your shelf

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Didn't look 1/60 scale standing next to the VF-0 and in front of the YF-19 to me

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it's the DX, it's officially "1/60" scale because it says so on the box. although it looks small and has about a 1/72-1/100 blob for a pilot.

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Yeah, it is officially stated as 1/60 scale. Unfortunately, it is a tad shorter than it should be. I partly attribute it to the hips being attached too high up so it loses a couple cm in height. Otherwise it would be closer to the stated scale, height-wise. It probably also looks small because it's a thinner VF overall than prior designs.

Blobular as the pilot may be, it still doesn't beat the blobiness of candy corn Guld that came with the 1/72 YF-21 w/ FP :)

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That looks great. Did you use any decals from somewhere else or were they all ones that came with the toy? The reason I ask is the decal/sticker between the upper "INTAKE" arrow and the maneuvering thrust nozzle doesn't show up on the 1/48 version of the sticker sheet and I've only seen it on Hasegawa models or Anasazi decal sheets.

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Yeah, it is officially stated as 1/60 scale. Unfortunately, it is a tad shorter than it should be. I partly attribute it to the hips being attached too high up so it loses a couple cm in height. Otherwise it would be closer to the stated scale, height-wise. It probably also looks small because it's a thinner VF overall than prior designs.

Blobular as the pilot may be, it still doesn't beat the blobiness of candy corn Guld that came with the 1/72 YF-21 w/ FP :)

the 1/72 yf-21 was years and years ago man...

compare the DX to any recent macross toy pilot,

even compare the DX pilot to the 1/72 vf-25 model kit pilot.

frankly... did bandai have to make the pilot look like that to make the toy durable?

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Blobular as the pilot may be, it still doesn't beat the blobiness of candy corn Guld that came with the 1/72 YF-21 w/ FP :)

at least it actually HAD a pilot... :rolleyes:

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Finished weathering and stickering my Hikaru 1A and Focker 1S. I'll post some without Fast-Packs and transformed pics tomorrow :)

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Yo weezil, did you do any panel lining on these or does the weathering "stuff" create this effect?

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Finished weathering and stickering my Hikaru 1A and Focker 1S. I'll post some without Fast-Packs and transformed pics tomorrow :)

would love to see the battroid mode pics :D

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That looks great. Did you use any decals from somewhere else or were they all ones that came with the toy? The reason I ask is the decal/sticker between the upper "INTAKE" arrow and the maneuvering thrust nozzle doesn't show up on the 1/48 version of the sticker sheet and I've only seen it on Hasegawa models or Anasazi decal sheets.

They are actually from some Anasazi 1/60 1.0 decals that I never used.

Yo weezil, did you do any panel lining on these or does the weathering "stuff" create this effect?

I actually panel line them twice, then wash. First with a pencil to find the lines, then with a gundam marker. I tried it without doing that first on the VF-1D, but they didn't look as good. So I went back over them with a gundam marker.

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I actually panel line them twice, then wash. First with a pencil to find the lines, then with a gundam marker. I tried it without doing that first on the VF-1D, but they didn't look as good. So I went back over them with a gundam marker.

What did you use to clean up the excess from the gundam marker? :huh: Gundam marker won't come off the V2 1/60's with just spit like on the 1/48's because it's a different plastic.

-Kyp

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What did you use to clean up the excess from the gundam marker? :huh: Gundam marker won't come off the V2 1/60's with just spit like on the 1/48's because it's a different plastic.

-Kyp

An eraser :D . Rub it on the carpet a few times to keep it clean.

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its really great to see how a 1/72 collection looks! (1/60 is too common nowadays :p)

on top of that, its a reflection of a loyal macross fan,

that has followed the franchaise through the years.

myself, i only hoped on the bandwagon when the yamato 1/48 was halfway through and 1/60 macross zero toys just came out.

was previously a transformers fan, and a taste of macross toys made me realize...

anyway heres my contribution to this thread

a combination of the best 2 macross product lines right now (IMHO of course)

you just cant go wrong getting either of them

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awesome pic glad u showed it here :)

dare i say, stealth vf-1j is the undisputed 2nd best 1/48 scheme

no. 1 belongs to vf-1a low vis ver1, of course

I love the stealth, even though he blends in to my backgrounnd ;).

I'll love it even more if I can get a replacement BP8 from overdrive :lol:

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If Yamato makes a VF-1J Stealth I'll definitely be getting one, no quesiton asked :lol:. Non canon though it may be, it's by far my favorite paint scheme.

For sure. It is a beautiful valkyrie and if it comes with Super/Strike Parts....EVEN BETTER!

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it has been mentioned in the 1/60 cannon fodder topic

that this scheme may not be made. was also hoping...

I did'nt see that. I will have to re read. I'm happy their coming out with a CF 1J as well. Too cool.

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