On Saturday, December 26th, at 10am JST Syd on “GunPla TV” live-built Bandai’s new 1/100 MG V2 Gundam Ver. Ka!
Kits featured in this video:
1/100 MG V2 Gundam Ver.Ka
×CloseYou need to login in order to like this post: click here
tuki888 said on December 26, 2015
i got the old version of this, but this looks more awesome.
×CloseYou need to login in order to like this comment: click here
Gary said on December 27, 2015
Wow that was a long wait
MS Sinstroke said on December 27, 2015
That was pretty cool, i hope that you do more of these in the future, sad that i missed it being aired live. But Glad i got to watch it anyways, Way to go Syd, I think you just convinced me to buy one of these in the near future. Well, Hope you had a merry Christmas and have a happy New Years. I might be new to your show, but you have a fan for life.
PS Maybe next time you do a live event you can do a little more hype work, i didn’t know this was happening until 6 hours after it was over.
IPod said on December 27, 2015
nice build! the level of engineering that went into this kit is crazy. it kinda reminds me of the bandai’s transforming valkarie kits; heard they could be a real nightmare to transform. looks like the v2’s head/torso module kinda has the same thing going on… . I’ve never been a big fan of mobile suit designs that feature the whole core fighter/separate leg & torso module thing (78-2 is about the only one that i’ll overlook since its where everything gundam started). that being said, i may have to pick up a v2 ver ka for myself simply based on the fact that its just so impressive that bandai appears to have incorporated the absurdities of this suit’s modular design in a model so well and made it look awesome while they were doing it, too! kudos to bandai and kudos to the gunpla tv team for another awesome live stream build! thanks guys!
tobeseenfull said on January 1, 2016
the frame on this kit is pretty intense.
gjuan4444 said on January 9, 2016
Question for you guys, would I get a silvering affect on my decals if I use them on a matte finish?
Syd said on January 22, 2016
Yes, you probably would. If you have mark softer you may be able to get way with it but I wouldn’t advise putting decals over a flat/matte finish.
THE GUNDAM LOVER!!! said on January 11, 2016
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
Notify me of new posts by email.