The best Bandai kit ever made finally landed at my house today: Yes, it is indeed a 1:1 scale model of a sealed Cup Noodle. I love the warning labels — “don’t eat this,” of course, but also “don’t pour hot water into me.” I also love that it’s not in any way a Gundam […]
I picked up the HG MomoKapool kit as a break from more complex Gunpla (at the time, MG Astray Red Frame Kai) and painting (at the time, Sternguard Veterans and a Chaplain for my Blood Angels 40k army), and it was just what the doctor ordered. One hour and a couple minutes to go from
When I stopped posting hobby stuff — both here and on Twitter — on May 31, I didn’t stop working on 40k miniatures or building Gunpla. (I did take a lot fewer pictures as I went along, though.) Some time away has made me realize that I miss having this creative outlet and that spending
With my HG Gouf Custom built and tucked into the toy display on my desk, I returned to my first MG kit, the lovely Astray Red Frame Kai my wife got me last Christmas. Nestled inside its chest is its tiny pilot. The undergated parts make this kit a dream to get off its runners.
I haven’t built any Gunpla kits since I started on the — rather intimidating! — MG Astray Red Frame my wife got me for Christmas, mostly because miniatures swallowed my hobby time whole (in a good way). But on Sunday night, unable to sleep, I was in the mood for Gundam. The Astray is my
I knocked out two more Terminators today but got a bit frustrated with one of them (I didn’t feel like my paint job was up to snuff, but pushed ahead anyway), so I figured it was time for a palate cleanser: assembling space dwarves! Gunpla detour Fortunately, I already own the tools for this because