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Old 10-18-2012, 10:22 PM
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You ever see a Gelgoog J in Shin's colors? Very nice looking

Original Heavy Arms for me. Custom is ok but I prefer the original. Now Sandrock Custom is my fav. from endless waltz.

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i exactly haven't seen it but i have the other MS-14A gelgoog dark grey and green in color .
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Old 10-18-2012, 10:27 PM
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There's no paper model of it. I plan on painting my HGUC plastic kit in his scheme. It showed up in the PS2 game encounters in space.

MS-14Jg Gelgoog Jäger

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Old 11-03-2012, 05:40 PM
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Hi Jumper08!
That is a nice subject, and you are doing a nice and clean job with it.
I have never seen it before on this configuration, specially the curve on the helmet.

I have build this in several sizes, from SD of 3-4 inches to a HUGE 20 inches aprox., this last one I have been building for more than 10 years now..
Here is a tip: if you want to add more color to it, you can use thinner color paper over the parts after assembling it and before attaching it to the body..
I have seen guys who use dry transfers but I have never been able to find where to get them.
Please keep posting your progress!!
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Old 11-03-2012, 06:07 PM
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I think the dry transfers can be ordered from certain *plastic* gunpla sites like HLJ.
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Old 11-05-2012, 08:57 AM
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lately been busy with work and other stuffs, so could not do much of papercrafting. anyways a new update.
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for now i have only build the upper body part and the backpack ( still incomplete).
Just wanted to upload a lil progress.

1: the fins (lower parts of the backpack is movable)
2: the head is movable
3: the backpack can be changed.(plan to make 3 different types of backpack)
keep checking
thanks
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MS-06R-2 Zaku II High Mobility Type-dsasad.jpgMS-06R-2 Zaku II High Mobility Type-dsasad-2.jpg

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Old 11-05-2012, 02:25 PM
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Wonderful precise build. No need to ask about ink versus colored card stock this time. I bought some black card stock once as a printing experiment, but no matter what color ink I printed on it, it disappeared into the paper. I never again tried colored card, but you have clearly mastered the technique. Well done.
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Old 11-06-2012, 05:38 PM
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Wonderful precise build. No need to ask about ink versus colored card stock this time. I bought some black card stock once as a printing experiment, but no matter what color ink I printed on it, it disappeared into the paper. I never again tried colored card, but you have clearly mastered the technique. Well done.
I bought some printed kits a bit ago that had black pages. They guy taped a piece of regular printer paper to the black card and printed out the page to that. You score and cut the paper and it transfers to the black parts. Interesting approach. I've yet to buld them so I don't know how well it will turn out but interesting none the less.

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Old 11-06-2012, 05:39 PM
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looking great Jumper, keep it up :D

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Old 11-06-2012, 11:16 PM
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Wonderful precise build. No need to ask about ink versus colored card stock this time. I bought some black card stock once as a printing experiment, but no matter what color ink I printed on it, it disappeared into the paper. I never again tried colored card, but you have clearly mastered the technique. Well done.
hi.
well Im actually just a beginner at paper modelling.even i tried printing on black paper with red , yellow and blue. they all seem to disappear after printing.
what i did was
set the laser printer to print using the highest ink density.
i changed the template line color to grey and the thickness to thicker (photoshop )
after the print , i had to go outdoors to cut it because it was only clearly visible in the sunlight hehe
p.s during the model progress , if there is anything out of place or wrong please let me know
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Old 11-06-2012, 11:19 PM
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looking great Jumper, keep it up :D

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thanks getter. as i know that u have built gundams before. if there is any tip or any thing out of place in my build .please let me know.
btw . i will try you approach regarding printing on black on my next build
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