Hyun Kye (h_kye@skidmore.edu)
Tue, 3 Oct 2000 10:19:58 -0400

Hmm I see;; ^^;; Well I just that it looks REALLY too similar to my 1/100 Nu
Gundam Model which I bought pretty while a ago;; ^^ But if you say Sazabi
parts also do look pretty simplistic, then probably you might be right.

Actually, I really don't think that test model in this picture was done by
Bandai though? As you know Bandai would never do such a thing in their
catalogue right? The question is, whoever got this picture, WHERE DID YOU
GET IT FROM? Is it from one of those magazines, right?

Hyun Kye
-----Original Message-----
From: Edward Ju <gundam@loop.com>
To: gundam@aeug.org <gundam@aeug.org>
Date: Tuesday, October 03, 2000 3:03 AM
Subject: Re: [gundam] Pic of Nu Gundam MG revealed!

>>Wait, on the battom left corner, it says, "This completed item is a test
>Oh yeah... you've got good eyes. I wonder how different it will be from
>the real thing though, considering Bandai usually just puts a lineart in
>place if the actual kit isn't ready for prime time.
>>Meaning this ain't the real Master Grade and it is probably some
>>other model put together and colored and all.
>Hmm, when was the last time Bandai did something like this in their
>catalog, though?
>>Besides, look and the parts.
>>I don't think some of those parts really deserve to be called Master
>Take a look at the MG Sazabi kit. They're equally oversimplistic if you
>ask me. Even the mods from the 10+ years old Hobby Japan magazines put
>them to shame.
>>It is just a good coloring but the model itself really can't be Master
>>Hyun Kye
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