Thursday, 17 December 2015

MG Gundam MK-II Ver 2.0

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Here's an improved Gunpla on Master Grade kit of the Gundam Mk-II based on the OVA Zeta "New Translation". On the contrary, I have no intention of keeping this MG Gundam MKII Ver 2.0 as I'm using it as a base kit for conversion to 1/100 GM III. So all I did for this post was straight build and partial stickers applied. It also served well as a comparison to my painted version 1.0 of the same model. As advertised and undeniably true that the newly designed and sophisticated engineering to the inner frame and joints allow an incredibly realistic posing especially in the legs. A tighter bend at the knee, and a joint that divides the heel and toe of the foot, provides better balance for action poses. It's a lot more nimble for action poses. The pistols between the foot and leg came chrome so it saved some time having to paint it.

4 comments:

chrismandesign said...

If not for the fact that I know that you prefer the grunt units, I would say: "how you dare to keep this model only for spare pieces ??? =P ", but this is totally consistent with your tastes... As I said in your previous post on this matter, the MK II is one of the best designs for a mobile suit and in this revision, some distinctive extra details and the better engineering in the design of the kit, make it even more appealing !!!... Let’s see what you will make with the spare parts, something interesting i guess so !!!... =D

deSMOnd said...

Bandai is very good in articulation especially their Gundam series..

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> Chrismandesign
You sure know me well pal... It would take some time before I could start on the Sentinel GM III with this base MKII kit as I have quite a number of backlog Gunpla projects.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> Desmond
Bandai keeps innovating themselves to perfect Gunpla. They put pride doing Gunpla. Gundam is one of their nation modern icon after all.

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