1/144 HG GAT-X102 Duel Gundam Assaultshroud


After ages of not posting anything, it’s about time that I contribute my share into this figure section! And here’s the Duel Gundam in its Assaultshroud!

Out of the SEED HG kits that I got, this one converts from its Assaultshroud mode back to being the good ol’ Duel Gundam with no armor.

This thing came with special rocket fire effects too!

And well I’ll let the photos do the rest of the talking.

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ZGMF-X13A Providence Gundam HG 1/144

-The box of this model kit is slightly larger than the boxes of my other HG kits from Gundam SEED. Probably it’s the funnels/DRAGOONs on it’s back and everything.
-The beam laser tends to falls off the shield often, so I glued it, same goes for the V-fin on its head
-It was slightly hard to insert the legs into its hips, sadly they both broke, so instead of gluing them together, I bored a hole through the limbs, and fitted some flexible wire through it. It’s held in place, it can stand up, but it can’t pose much unless there’s a stand.
-Since it’s a bit tedious to keep removing and reinserting the gun, I just removed the hand-guard to I can freely slip it in and out.
-The wired-together Providence Gundam is not pictured here, it broke as soon as the photo-op finished. Poor thing.

*Insert Raww le Kleuze’s anti-Natural speech, and random ranting whilst fighting Kira Yamato.

GAT-X207 Blitz Gundam 1/144 HG


-Took two photography sessions to do this one, first was when I was running my old blog. The uncustomized, fresh out of the box Blitz Gundam, was photographed during the first session. I was just starting with my gunpla hobby at that time. By the time I started to take things more seriously, I gave it some serious customization and there you have it.
-Still an amateur here at customizing my gunpla, so nothing really fancy. I still think it’s a major improvement compared to just leaving it as is.
-I like my mobile suits heavily weathered. I got inspired by seeing the 1/100 White Ogre Zaku, which is very weathered and battle damaged. The weathering effect looks good sometimes, but not always.

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