In this episode Syd and Ryan clarify some of the rules in the Sci-Fi Modelling Competition 2012. They also have some general photography tips on how to get the most out of your kit for the competition. And Ryan shows a sneak peek of an almost competed SDF-1, and it actually looks like a giant spaceship turned robot.
For information on the Prizes & Categories for the Sci-Fi Modelling Competition 2012 click here!
when we submit our pictures, do you prefer the model kit to be in a standing pose, or a dynamic pose for the 4 required pictures?
Hello Syd and Ryan. Sorry it took so long to reply to your question, college is tough. Anyway as to how i lost my fringer, my grandpa is in rodeo and i was trying to hook up our horsetrailer to my electric fourwheeler. Well the horsetrailer ball slipped and the front wheel crushed my finger. It’s cool that you know so much about the Oilers Syd, i got to go to an Oilers vs Calgary Flames rivalry recently when my grandpa was inducted into the Canadian Cowboy Hall of Fame. Thanks for reading my comment and making all the videos, you guys are awesome and thanks again.
Hello Syd & Ryan. I love the show and I watch it every week. I have a 2-part question for you guy’s about the Sci-Fi Comp.
First, if I were to build a kit using parts from many (more than 1, less than 5) different officially licensed kits, would that be allowed and if so, would I need to submit pics of the different kits’ box-art?
Lastly, If the answer to my previous question is no, than are we allowed to submit an entry that has two or more kits in it as a single entry? e.g., battle scene/diorama.
Thanks for taking the time to answer our questions and keep those episodes coming.
I have make another order : (
The order I made changed to feb restock. >_<;
Way too close to deadline.
Well, I guess its kinda late to cancel my orders huhuhu… 😡
Time to re-plan!
Finally caught up on all the videos up to this point and can’t wait for the next one. I have built an RG Aile Strike and have an MG Wing Gundam Zero Custom waiting patiently for me to have time to build. Just wanted to say thanks for all the videos and keep up the great work.
Happy holidays to all at HLJ. Since it’s nearly Christmas, might as well as a Christmas related question. How’s the weather over there in the part of Japan you guess live in? Will it be a white Christmas for you guys? I pray that it will be where I live, even though we have been getting some warm weather conditions in the East of Canada.
to: syd. i am new to gunpla. just got my self an MG destiny gundam full burst mode. just wandering, if its easier to panel line b4 or after putting the kit together. how fine do i need for a gundam panel liner to get into the panel line, 0.02 or etc. and also would u suggest to spray paint a flat cote paint on d parts b4 slapping them on together.
Hi Sid and Ryan. Just one quick question about the rules of the competition. Will we be allowed to put works in progress pictures on Facebook to share with family and friends only. Would like to get some feedback on the work. It will not be shared to the public. Thanks.
HLJ : Luke
@ Mike, facebook is public so no. If you share images they it will make the entry invalid, sorry.