Gunpla and life in general

February 5, 2010

unicorn 3rd build is finally complete!

Filed under: 1 — Passerine Design @ 11:45 pm

and yes, the phrase rings true about 3s and charms…

anyway, i will let the picture speak for itself [i’m excited about taking photos tomorrow!]

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6 Comments »

  1. This version looks like FA-Unicorn without the backpack. More photo please!

    Comment by B-Mecha — February 7, 2010 @ 5:50 am | Reply

    • yeah, i sort of abandoned the idea with FA Unicorn even though a conversion kit is in the works. i think i’m pretty sick of building unicorns, i mean, i have 3, jesus!

      also, yeah i’ve been lazy about taking photos of the unicorn in both modes side by side.

      but i am however almost done [93% about] with sanding the sinanju parts and prepping for spray painting soon! =]

      Comment by ant1ph0n — February 15, 2010 @ 11:42 pm | Reply

  2. Why 3?

    Comment by Adam — February 7, 2010 @ 5:27 pm | Reply

    • the 1st build i was not satisfied with upon retrospect and carelessness screwed it up, broke a peg on the beam saber holder on the backpack after it fell of my desk, some scratches here and there. just, ugh, i don’t like it and i’m anal/perfectionist about my builds and i could not resist any longer. i actually revisited my earlier kits and fixed them up. i’m in the process of sanding down sinanju at the moment. acetone just didn’t dissolve the acrylic top coat off and neither did a 12 hour windex soak.

      so that should answer the rest of the question, but if it hasn’t. 1 is to display in unicorn while the other in destroy mode, it’s just silly to not have them side by side. =b

      Comment by ant1ph0n — February 8, 2010 @ 3:14 am | Reply

  3. Ahhhhh okay! Yeah I could figure out 2 but not the third. Good on you…Im thinking of getting a second Exia so I could display one as regular and the other as repair.

    Comment by Adam — February 10, 2010 @ 6:05 am | Reply

    • well don’t they have the exia repair for that?

      i think what you could do is just buy a regular MG Exia + Repair to save on cost.

      you should totally do it man. put up a WIP and/or finished build pictures! =]

      Comment by ant1ph0n — February 10, 2010 @ 12:41 pm | Reply


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