garrick lee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 4 Oct 2000 18:43:21 -0700 (PDT)
hrmmm...actually, i'm complaining about the
uberexcessive detailed separate parts that the model
kits come in nowadays (that, and the fact that i
when something as simple as a booster exhaust comes in
about a half dozen pieces, you gotta wonder if they're
not putting the amount of effort into the wrong thing.
personally, i'd rather have the one piece beam saber
than the 2 part thing that you have to plug together.
--- BlazeEagle@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 10/4/2000 10:58:43 AM Eastern
> Daylight Time,
> Bimmicus@excite.com writes:
> << Beats me. The HGUC kits seem designed for
> extremely easy assembly, and as
> such, seem to shy away from truly tiny parts (which
> is just what a separate
> hilt ring for the sabers you describe would be...
> tiny). I've noticed that
> bits which were quite wee in older kits have become
> noticably bulkier and
> more toylike in recent releases (e.g. the
> RICK-DIAS's vulcan phalanx) >>
> uh, the HGUC GP01 *does* have seperate hilts that
> push into it's back pack,
> just like in the anime, just not clear blades for
> the hilts, instead it comes
> with a one piece white blade and hilt. It's like,
> Duh, all Bandai had to do
> is make clear blades for the hilts. Besides, it's
> chin piece was *MUCH*
> smaller then the hilts where. It was as small as
> any other's 1/144 chin is.
> I built the old HG Zeta Gundam and the HGUC's have
> just as small parts as it
> had. The HGUC GP01 has several itsy, bitsy parts in
> "Believing a sign of Zeta"
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