Wednesday 7 April 2010

Mega Size 1/48 Gundam

The completion of Leon's Mega Size Gundam is finally here and it’s all done in just a breeze. Hee! Hee! Not humble at all! Gotten to take some pics before returning this beauty to its rightful owner. Posing of the kit for photography was done with caution so as not to scratch the paint. I had wanted to do a few iconic anime poses of this old-skool Gundam but realized that this kit wasn't so flexible after all. It's difficult to do a kneeling pose as well as both hands holding rifle. The iconic pose of shooting above was also not possible. In my opinion, this is still a great kit with relatively good articulate for its massive size. Leon 'Open the Toy' is a lucky chap to have it! I will do a size comparison with my Jumbo Grade Gundam in my next Gundam post. Stay tune!


LEon said...

well done buddy. it look real good. I hope you have fun.

chrismandesign said...

hehehe... great job there !!! looks fantastic... ahhhh the old-school mechas, hav always this charm i can’t explain... congrats for both of u... this is what i call a fellows joint-venture... i’ll hav mine, when my gundams markers arrive and a colleague helps me to personalize a lil’ bit my model kits... i’ll b waiting for ur next post ;D

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> LEon
There's some satisfaction there. Some new stuff learned and valuable advise received.

>> chrismandesign
Thx bro and yes, it's great to have a feel of this mega size Gundam. Looking forward to see you touch up kits!

deSMOnd said...

This one owned by Leon?

Gunstray said...

No complaint here despite having old man's articulation, The detail itself is very superb, its basicly brimming with beauty!

Hopefully other seed fans see the beauty in a 30 yrs design MS.

You got a zaku this Titan can crush?^^

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> DeSMOnd
Oh yes! I'm just helping to touch up. Meeting him this evening to return the kit.

>> GunStray
How any Gundam fans not hail to the father of all Gundams. Many gundams were born from this classic and basic detail! Like you have mentioned, Zaku is also another iconic MS which many other Gundam series had used the basic design.

bluedrakon said...

You still have some great poses there even with the limited movement.

Maybe for fun, place some SD Zaku around his feet - lol

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Posing it is much of a play for me and gosh! I don't have a SD Zaku! Hee! Hee!

chrismandesign said...

this kind of posts makes me love a lil’ bit more my MG Gundam RX-78-2 Version KA... he’s not so poseable, but OM he looks really great & is a classic by his own right... this makes me think seriously, as well, in to take new pics of my model kits already published, now that i hav the "feeling" for that... & preparing the stage for my next model kits post =PPPPP

G.G. said...

I am so late. I finally got my Mega Size Gundam today. But I won't be building it since I have a long list of backlogs to go thru.

But your images encourage me to move things along faster so that I can start building this one.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> chrismandesign
Looking at those pics I have taken in the past when I started blogging, I really wanted to re-pose and retake pics of my toys. I'm doing it slow and one at a time.

>> G.G
Actually, I really think you have been very fast in fixing and spraying your kits. Congratz to having Mega Size Gundam! You got Mega Gundam appetite!

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