It's a big step to embark on any conversion parts, to think that all had to be started for scratch. I believed the original conversion parts to GM Cannon II was by B-Club. Unfortunately, the ones by B-Club had became rare and often overpriced. I instead ordered mine from E2046. Its came in resin parts and required a MG GM Custom as the basic kit. Glad to have this conversion parts though the remoulded parts lacked details and some did fix well, therefore required a lot of filing and puttying. Once again, I would emphasise that my work was amateur and I wanted some to try to build this kit as close as the mecha would look in the anime. The spraying was done using epoxy spray cans with the choice of Tamiya military colours, AS-5 Light Blue (Luftwaffe) and AS-14 Olive Green (USAF).
This time round, I wanted a simpler finish, so I decided to use a few more prominent water-slide decals and had especially chosen the pegasus emblem of Albion squad. I'm pretty proud with the overall finished product and welcomed GM Cannon II to the ranks of 1/100 scale GM in my collection. The thrill of having GM Cannon II pose beside MG GM Custom and Lt South Burning.