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Re: Zoids!

Post by Stan80 » 27 Oct 2014 17:11

I sprayed 1 of them. Just like gundams. But i use tamiya matt paint spray. More uniform and oso the parts are too large to paint. Haha.
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Re: Zoids!

Post by chriscentro » 27 Oct 2014 17:13

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This is the version I saw and I think this is not painted, original already so nice right?
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Post by Stan80 » 27 Oct 2014 17:43

chriscentro wrote:Image

This is the version I saw and I think this is not painted, original already so nice right?
This is the high mobility version, matt grey original color. very nice le, the one i posted is the original "rigid" version, limited edition, tats why blue color.

Sorry i am not able to dig out the zoid i sparypainted. If not i can post here for u.
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Post by Stan80 » 27 Oct 2014 17:45

The original gojulas is without the 2 long cannons. You will have to buy the customized part, CP-10, to add the 2 cannons to the gojulas.
The limited edition comes with it.
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Re: Zoids!

Post by chriscentro » 01 Nov 2014 08:37

just completed the head, now for a little coffee break :mrgreen:
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Post by george_sg » 01 Nov 2014 13:04

chriscentro wrote:I couldn't help myself, just have to get it, Iron Kong.
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Where is this available? Reminds me of the small scale ones I had when I was a kid...
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Post by chriscentro » 01 Nov 2014 15:03

george_sg wrote:
chriscentro wrote:I couldn't help myself, just have to get it, Iron Kong.
Where is this available? Reminds me of the small scale ones I had when I was a kid...
Bought it at a shop call " Let's Play" at Sunshine Plaza 91 Bencoleen St #01-86 S. 189652.

According to the box, this Iron Kong is 25cm tall.
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Re: Zoids!

Post by chriscentro » 01 Nov 2014 15:27

every Zoids has a heart
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Post by Stan80 » 01 Nov 2014 19:12

chriscentro wrote:just completed the head, now for a little coffee break :mrgreen:
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Nice! The jaw is very detail.
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Post by chriscentro » 01 Nov 2014 19:36

Stan80 wrote:
chriscentro wrote:just completed the head, now for a little coffee break :mrgreen:
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Nice! The jaw is very detail.
Thanks, I started assembling it early this morning and stopped at 5pm +.
Tonight don't sleep also cannot complete
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Post by Stan80 » 01 Nov 2014 19:36

Slowly slowly, assemble part by part. Sure will complete de....
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Post by chriscentro » 01 Nov 2014 20:12

Stan80 wrote:Slowly slowly, assemble part by part. Sure will complete de....
Ya, twice I missed assembling some parts. luckily 1 of the time no need to dissemble to place the missing parts.

Ken cheong to complete it as I have recee some bushes to take photo of the Iron Kong. :lol:
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Post by Stan80 » 01 Nov 2014 21:28

I will have to tell myself to wsit patiently for your pic... Haha
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Re: Zoids!

Post by Astro2212 » 02 Nov 2014 21:32

U all reali sibeh the veri CAN...if give me,tnk sibeh fast i finish 20 hoon kees but nothin done...
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Re: Zoids!

Post by chriscentro » 02 Nov 2014 21:43

I'm freaking exhausted, spent the past 2 days assembly my Iron Kong.
I reckon it's about 95% complete, just need to re-do the head and glue some parts tight.
it feels so fragile, like it's gona break into pieces every time i touch it :lol:

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Post by Stan80 » 02 Nov 2014 21:57

Superbly done Chris. Zoids by nature and design are quite fragile as the joints are held together by rubber caps. Hold the iron kong by the body or groin.
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Post by chriscentro » 02 Nov 2014 22:01

Stan80 wrote:Superbly done Chris. Zoids by nature and design are quite fragile as the joints are held together by rubber caps. Hold the iron kong by the body or groin.

haha, was just telling my wife, I was holding it like a baby...
Btw, what kind of glue is suitable for sticking the parts together?
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Post by Stan80 » 02 Nov 2014 22:03

I did used normal uhu glue as it is gentle on plastics. Then use plastic spoon to scrap off any excess.
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Post by Evirobie » 03 Nov 2014 08:58

Avoid using plastic cement if you are not going to spray it. The coloured part where cement is apply will change color.

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Post by chriscentro » 03 Nov 2014 09:32

Evirobie wrote:Avoid using plastic cement if you are not going to spray it. The coloured part where cement is apply will change color.

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Stan80 wrote:I did used normal uhu glue as it is gentle on plastics. Then use plastic spoon to scrap off any excess.
Thanks guys for the advice..didnt know that UHU glue is so "sticky". 8-)
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