For those of you who have built the Master Grade Gundam Exia, I bet that it is a hassle to activate the LED in the chest right? I risk scratching the paint job and adding finger prints all over the kit. Well, Hobbymate has just solved my problem with a sound activated LED. Now all i need to do is snap my fingers and the light will come right on! How cool is that?
Stocks will be in next month so keep your fingers crossed!!!
After a long wait, I finally got my hands on this hot property. Needless to say, I opened the box the moment I stepped into my house. I was not disappointed at all. First, the packaging is very attractive. I am particularly drawn to the designs. Looks classy to me.
Ok I have reached the final phase of construction. I have primed all parts to checked for mistakes. As I filled up the holes with putty, there is a likelihood that the putty might shrink further after it cures. To cover up the gaps, I usually use dissolved putty. It is easier to apply and drys faster.
I have sand down and added lenses at various parts.
Did not do much to the shoulders except to add another layer of armor at the tip.
I added two more "fins" to each side of the armor at the back of the head.
After extension of the chest I need to scratch the "L" shaped details of each side. Saw some blemishes on this one, totally miss them. Sharp photos do help sometimes....