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Update on the first post

* Add Phalanx Destroid

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I like the Destroids and wish there were more of them.

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This model isn’t so great because it has visible seaming lines, fitment is average, and no color separation. The only good thing is its price ;)

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If you want to pose the Phalanx, forget it. This guy's articulation is so limited and can’t even raise the legs :D

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Have fun!

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Update on the first post

* Add AFC-01H Legioss Officer Model 

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I was in 5th grade when MOSPEADA was aired on T.V. My mind was blown away after watching the first episode.

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Despite being small, this Sentinel Legioss feels sophisticated and solid at hand. Don’t miss it if you like the show. Have fun!

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Update on the first post

* Add QF3000E Ghost

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The QF3000E Ghost is another minor aircraft in Macross. UNS deployed hundreds of QF3000Es but sadly they only appeared for a few seconds in episode one.

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This 1/72 kit allows open/close option of landing gears, air brake, missile bay, and arresting hook. The mold is mostly crisp and smooth, but it'll need trimming between boosters and nuzzles. It’s a simple and fun build overall.

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It’s an unusual looking fighter, have fun!

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On 5/28/2020 at 6:09 PM, EastwindS2k said:

Update on the first post:

* Add VE1 Elint Seeker

* Add SF3A Lancer II

* Add SF3A Super Lancer II 

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If I am a pilot in the Macross universe, I’ll probably fly the SF3A because it’s non transformable and designed for hit-and-run missions, that suits a simple and timid person like me. It’s too bad that SF3A only appeared briefly in episode 1 of Macross.

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This 1/60 kit doesn’t have many pieces, but resin needs to be processed before assembly so it has a long build time. A resin piece may need to be clipped, trimmed, cooked,  patched, and repeatedly sanded.

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I decided to make a super Lancer after seeing this cool drawing (kudos to the artist). It reminds me of the Stark Jegan captain in Gundam UC. After test fitting with my toys, I purchased a set of fast pack and began modifying the parts.

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I made an antenna extension with epoxy putty because the stock piece is too short with the fast pack. The thickness is slightly increased to compensate for the additional length.

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Mounting boosters on the Lancer is a challenge due to their weight. I heated the dorsal piece and then carved out 2 cavities for connecting joints.

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The Home Depot white paint works surprisingly well. It’s inexpensive and has good coverage (but dries slowly). Just spray carefully because the nozzle was made for larger objects.

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I trimmed the adapter and then glued it with 2 arm armors. Later, the armors will be mounted on the SF3A’s ventral section like the drawing. I also added extra weapons to make it more “cool”. Now this little fighter can fly gloriously like Roy!

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The included decals were not enough for this project so I used a few extras. 

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This is it. Have fun and be safe to you all :)

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Could you share a tutorial for working resin models? Because seeing how you did it, I did not think it was so complicated and I wanted to put together a Lancer model that I have saved. Certainly impressive work.

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1 hour ago, MILKAUTICO said:

Could you share a tutorial for working resin models? Because seeing how you did it, I did not think it was so complicated and I wanted to put together a Lancer model that I have saved. Certainly impressive work.

Thanks friend. I'm standing on the shoulder of giants and I'm sure there are many great tutorials on Youtube.  

I can share some of my thoughts about resins:

* Usually fitment is not perfect because most are garage kits

* Long preparation time, especially if you want the best result 

* May need some modification skills (cutting, drilling, putty, scribe etc.)

I was inspired from Narita san's model building page. The journal of his award winning SU27 Flanker is epic. 

http://www.naritafamily.com/howto/Su27/photo_frame.htm

The bottom line is don't worry about making a perfect model. Just get started and have fun! :D 

 

 

    

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2 hours ago, EastwindS2k said:

Thanks friend. I'm standing on the shoulder of giants and I'm sure there are many great tutorials on Youtube.  

I can share some of my thoughts about resins:

* Usually fitment is not perfect because most are garage kits

* Long preparation time, especially if you want the best result 

* May need some modification skills (cutting, drilling, putty, scribe etc.)

I was inspired from Narita san's model building page. The journal of his award winning SU27 Flanker is epic. 

http://www.naritafamily.com/howto/Su27/photo_frame.htm

The bottom line is don't worry about making a perfect model. Just get started and have fun! :D 

 

 

    

Thank you so much!! I will try to follow all the steps, especially have a good time.:good:

 

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On 8/1/2020 at 2:16 AM, EastwindS2k said:

Update on the first post

* Add QF3000E Ghost

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The QF3000E Ghost is another minor aircraft in Macross. UNS deployed hundreds of QF3000Es but sadly they only appeared for a few seconds in episode one.

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This kit allows open/close option of landing gears, air brake, missile bay, and arresting hook. The mold is mostly crisp and smooth, but it'll need trimming between boosters and nuzzles. It’s a simple and fun build overall.

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It’s an unusual looking fighter, have fun!

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May I ask the scale of QF3000? Is that 1/144 scale?

And where could find this resin copy?

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Update on the first post:

* Add U.N. Marine Corps

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The U.N. Marine Corps served in the front line during the Unification Wars. They were seen in the prologue of Macross Zero, in desert camouflage and armed with M16A2 rifles. 

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The toy is ⅙ USMC by Soldier Story and the model is 1/35 US Airborne by Dragon, both came from the series of Operation Desert Storm in 1991. 

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Here are the colors for the model. Tan (XF60 with XF2, 1:1), brown (XF64), pouches (XF13), Stinger missile (XF5), skin (XF15), and boots and rifles (X18). It’s also worth mentioning that Gunze weathering color and solvent give off no odor ;)

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Models close up, have fun!

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I also created a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Macross-Miniatures-100854188399106

 

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Add to the first post:

* Handley Page Victor Strategic Bomber

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The Handley Page Victor was a strategic bomber for the U.N. during the Unification Wars. In addition to conventional bombing missions, the Victor can also carry a Blue Steel long-range missile for strategic nuclear strikes on the target. Near the end of war, some Victors were converted to aerial tankers. Below are Victors in the real world Royal Air Force. 

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Front and bottom view

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If you're interested in more details: https://www.facebook.com/Bryans-Macross-Workshop-100854188399106

Thanks for viewing :) 

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33 minutes ago, BlueMax said:

Amazing customs and photography! Also the step-by-steps are very much appreciated!

Thanks man.  

I don't have a step by step, but I shared my thoughts about this model on my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Bryans-Macross-Workshop-100854188399106 

I'm trying to keep it simple here on the Macross Forum :) 

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58 minutes ago, EastwindS2k said:

Thanks man.  

I don't have a step by step, but I shared my thoughts about this model on my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Bryans-Macross-Workshop-100854188399106 

I'm trying to keep it simple here on the Macross Forum :) 

Nono, I’m not asking for step by step, I’m just saying that I appreciate the sharing on your choice of TOP coats, as well as how you prepared the resin kits, and the various things to take care of

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On 5/28/2020 at 5:09 PM, EastwindS2k said:

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I just noticed you have the same decal sheet that I got which just arrived in the mail a few days ago.

I'm kind of pissed with this sheet. Nevermind that the pilot names are all "PILOT HUCHLIO" or "PILOT HUCHLIODF1", all the NO STEPS are actually "NO STLP", which I couldn't tell from the seller's pictures because of their small size...

I assume that's the same with yours and it's not some sort of misprint on mine?

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1 hour ago, MacrossJunkie said:

I just noticed you have the same decal sheet that I got which just arrived in the mail a few days ago.

I'm kind of pissed with this sheet. Nevermind that the pilot names are all "PILOT HUCHLIO" or "PILOT HUCHLIODF1", all the NO STEPS are actually "NO STLP", which I couldn't tell from the seller's pictures because of their small size...

I assume that's the same with yours and it's not some sort of misprint on mine?

 

Mine is the same, ugh >_<" I've been using "no step" and pilot names from other decal sheets and they are fine . 

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On 8/21/2020 at 12:30 AM, BlueMax said:

Nono, I’m not asking for step by step, I’m just saying that I appreciate the sharing on your choice of TOP coats, as well as how you prepared the resin kits, and the various things to take care of

Hope these help :) 

This 1/72 Airfix is a well made kit. The mold is clean and fitment is good overall. It also has the option to build 1 of 3 configurations, a B.2 (bomber), SR.2 (recon), or K.2 (tanker). Be sure to check the provided reference sheets to use the right parts and decals while building.

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Extra resin pilots. This is the first time I've seen anything made in Belgium :p  

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I used Hataka lacquer colors C262 for the top and A217 for the ventral (thanks to Scale Hanger’s video on Youtube). Also, Vallejo acrylic putty is quite useful for filling small gaps.

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This masking might be an overkill, but I want to be certain there is no unwanted coloring or bleeding.

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This thing is BIG isn't it? The next steps are to add decals, panel line, weathering wash, and a matte coat (Tamiya TS80).

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https://www.facebook.com/Bryans-Macross-Workshop-100854188399106

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Update on the first post

* Add J35 Draken 

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The J35 Draken was a minor frontline fighter used by the Anti‐U.N Alliance (AUN) during the Unification Wars. It can intercept enemy aircrafts in all weathers and operate in harsh combat environments. The J35 is also a pioneer for both double delta wing design and Cobra maneuver. After the war, the design of J35 Draken eventually passed on to the Kingdom of Windermere’s SV‐262 Draken III variable fighter.

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The J35 armament includes 1 x 30 mm cannon, 2 x Rb24, and 2 x Rb28 air-to-air missiles.

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Let’s talk about the lore of Macross for a moment. The Macross official did not explicitly set those countries to join the AUN. We only know the AUN is likely to consist of the former Soviet Union Warsaw Group and some middle Eastern countries (perhaps Israel as well). Although Sweden is likely to remain neutral in the Unification Wars, this does not mean that J35 cannot appear as AUN. Many J35s have been exported to other countries, and the Swedish Air Force has participated in World War II as a volunteer in the past. Last but not least, who remembers that the Swedish Empire once dominated Scandinavia in the 17th century?

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Another thing that’s unclear is the roundel of AUN. According to the chronology of Macross Compendium, the time that Macross Zero occurred is July 2008, but the Unification War ended in January 2007, hence the cross symbol we saw in the film is likely for the AUN remnants, and the triangle and yellow circle was used by the AUN regulars during the war. The rambling image of AUN soldiers in Zero also seems to fit this speculation. Last, it's just hard to imagine that the Islamic AUN countries will fight under a sign of cross.

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This 1/48 Hasegawa kit is simple and reasonably priced. However, it  doesn’t include pilot or weapons, and there will be gaps if you want to build the rear auxiliary landing bay closed.

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Before spray painting the camouflage. Tamiya’s curve tape works well. 

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I had to get the decals made by professionals this time. Home inkjet printers cannot produce satisfactory color saturation, and it’s apparent if the decal is going to be applied on a dark surface. 

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The reason to use the cross in the end is to contrast the dark body color for aesthetic purposes.

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Before applying the top coat. Make sure the room’s temperature and humidity is reasonably low.

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Thanks for viewing. The summer almost over and that means less time to play ;)  

If you're interested for more pictures: https://www.facebook.com/Bryans-Macross-Workshop-100854188399106

Take care!

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Update on the first post: 

* Add VF171 EX

* Update RVF171 EX

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The VF-171EX is the main fighter used by the NUNS in the later stage of the battle against Vajra. Compared with the ordinary VF-171, the EX model has enhanced firepower, electronics, protection and mobility to counter the continuously evolved Vajra. Here shows Alto Saotome’s VF‐171EX before the final attack. It has a superpack with additional armor and weaponry, including 2 MDE (Micro Dimensional Eater) warhead missiles.

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VF-171EX in combat. It has an anti-Vajra 30mm quantum beam cannon.

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Warrant Officer Maruyama battling the Ghost V9

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Have fun!

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Few more pics: https://www.facebook.com/Bryans-Macross-Workshop-100854188399106

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Update on the first post:

* Update VF-31F Messer

* Update SV-262

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The VF-31 Siegfried is the latest variable fighter for the NUNS. It’s derived from the experimental YF30 Chronos by the SMS Ouroboros. The Delta Flight VF-31s changed the wing to a forward-swept design and equipped with Fold Quarts to meet the needs of their missions. Here shows Messer Ihlefeld‘s customized high maneuver VF-31F with superpack.

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On screen, taking off with Kaname’s “Axia”

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The Bandai mecha collections are great. They are cheap, simple to build, and the quality is better than average models. The only downside is the use of stickers instead of decals, that means you’ll need to be careful when applying them. The mecha collection is non-scaled, but my guess is they are about 1/144.

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VF-171 Nightmare Plus Rim World type. The canopy is painted because the included sticker isn’t good here. The base color is Mr. Color 104 (gun chrome, lacquer) and Tamiya X26 (clear orange, acrylic) on top.

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The SV-262 is the Kingdom of Windermere’s main variable fighter in their second war against the NUNS. The SV-262 showed a strong combat effectiveness in battle. Although it does not have a pin-point barrier system, the SV-262 can command and coordinate attacks with two Lill Draken drones. Interestingly, the development of SV-262 seems to have been supported by the former Anti-UN Alliance remnants and its design can be traced to the old J35 fighter. Here shows the SV-262Hs model customized for the Aerial Knight’s Keith Aero Windermere.

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On screen.

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 SV-262Ba mass production 

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Here's the old picture, have fun! 

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Update on the first post:

* Add YF25 Prophecy 

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YF-25 is an experimental variable fighter developed by Shinsei Industries on the basis of YF-24. Only a small number of YF-25s were manufactured in 2058 and used to test various new sensors and systems such as EX-Gear. Later, in response to the threat of Vajra, YF-25 was also tested with different enhancements such as Paladin and Tornado packs.

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I had an idea of a YF-25 with a tornado pack. After research, I found CrossAir's work and it convinced me to complete the idea. You can see his wonderful YF-25 here:

 

Fighter, highspeed, gerwalk, and battroid modes

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On screen, Macross Frontier Movie The False Songstress

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From VF25 master file

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YF-25 after detailed processing and matting

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The tornado accessories that are masked and ready to be sprayed. The colors are Mr. Color 58 mixed with 59, and Tamiya X6 for touch ups. The tip of the wing is Tamiya XF-3.

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It’s a pity that Paladin pack was not sold

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Have fun and stay safe!

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