Moldrunner

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    Hrhr I think your ‘rude’ comment was deleted πŸ˜€

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    Hehe between Java and Beork I would tend to Beork, if it is about the main figure. But Java made a really sweet dio out of it.
    And yes! It is always extremly sattisfying to see WIP and chat about thechnics and solutions.
    Just browsing pictures and get some inspiration. The best, if you need a break on your own build.

    • Beork replied 6 years ago

      I prefer Java in general because theres much more skill and vision involved. His finishing is a bit rougher, but that makes it more artistic in a a way.
      I on the other hand am techically less gifted and in principle just rebuild stuff others have done with some changes because I just dont have the same pieces.
      Not saying I mind getting 2nd of…[Read more]

      • You both used different technics.. and the handcraftet armor of Java is epic. I But I love your alien-style design.. it is just porn. It is so elegant and unique .. thats pure art. Javas design is more classic.. humanoid.. You win in creativity. And the .. may it be simple.. finish just fits and feels right… its my personal opininion, cause I…[Read more]

        • Beork replied 6 years ago

          Well, its not my design, is what I’m saying. It’s based on a Kobayshi design and another modelers build thereof.
          Ah well, in the end the discussion doesn’t matter, taste and such I guess. I appreciate you liking it ^_^
          Did you see Javas build after this his entry?

  • … when modeller fight over a woman it ends up in a build-off.
    Haha, I wonna see this between you guys.

  • Is there a chance, that you can create a plattform, that shows all the entries? See, I don’t care about winning or not, but I spend far over 100 hours on my build and in the end noone even sees it. That is what drives a modeller.. to build something to be displayed. So people can look at it and say wow… the looks and the reactions of the viewers…[Read more]

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    The Breadly is amazing. All detailed and a nice finish. It is a worthy winner. Compare it to the finish of the tank dio at the advanced category…..

    • Yeah gotta agree with that, the Bradley is a superb build. And the dioramas, well I really enjoyed seeing a French tank in there, it’s so rarely to see them being appreciated, even more a diorama of those years, found it interesting, but I see where you are going.

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    I think everybody would gladly understand a further delay. Looking st the circumstances. And patience is one of a modellers strength. I really thought Syd would leave after the contest. Never expected him to leaving everything behind and this task to his unprepared colleagues…

    • Anna replied 6 years ago

      We had many modellers eager to post their photos online, and didn’t want to keep them waiting any longer, but we will have a video — hopefully within a few days. Though Syd isn’t physically present, he was a preliminary judge for this competition, with Ryan and Todd’s help.

  • Hrhr .. wait the sizelimit of the pics were not the big issue for me, but I couldn’t cover, all the details in just 8 pics..

  • It is a bit too rude, but… yeah it feels not right, and I agree.

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    Hehe sorry,for rantingn I appreciate your comment. Java and Beork really deserve it to win. But than I see bare plastik weathered with Tamiya weathering makeup as a winner.. really…. come on..

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    Hehe see.. I like Anna, and the other girl.. sorry, I cant remember the name.. from Toy Tengoku. I saw almost every episode of them, but If the where taken in charge for judging the entries, I feel sorry for them. Scott, Luke and Brian,should be able to judge the quality of a build. Yeah Tod und Sid for sure. Even if they might be not the pro…[Read more]

    • Anna replied 6 years ago

      Rest assured, I didn’t judge — and didn’t want to πŸ˜› Syd, Ryan, and Todd judged the contest. Luke and Brian haven’t been with us for a while now.

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    You see the colorseparation a bit better, but I am sure its not the real truth. Especially with shiny finishes it is hard to catch it

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    Nice. mine is still one its way.

  • Congratulations to the winners and a big sorry to everybody, who deserved better. After looking over the announced winners and comparing, with what I saw during the competition. I have to say… this covers not the best of your entries.

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    Haha this thing is driving me crazy. The more I look at that build, the more angry I become…. Is this really a big gun? You know it, when you see it? Take the framework of the canapee.. nothing is masked.. nothing is clean.. That covers not the best of their entries. It is like….,lits so many, lets come to an end. Very very sad. People put…[Read more]

    • Moldrunner I couldn’t agree with you more!
      I’m trying to hold my tongue but come-on!!!!!

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    Some of em are really a supprise to me.. Where for exapmple is fluffys 3 2 1 Zero … ? Or your Jet?
    sure I am kinda disapointed and it is not up to me and I wonΒ΄t hurt someone, but what on earth makes the Mosquito topping them? Ok its brushwork, but .. don’t get it.
    And sadly the announcement was not even worth a show? I think without Sid…[Read more]

    • Thank you, Moldrunner. You made my day. An I’m going to call it my “3 2 1 Zero” from now on πŸ˜€

      • Hehe see.. I like Anna, and the other girl.. sorry, I cant remember the name.. from Toy Tengoku. I saw almost every episode of them, but If the where taken in charge for judging the entries, I feel sorry for them. Scott, Luke and Brian,should be able to judge the quality of a build. Yeah Tod und Sid for sure. Even if they might be not the pro…[Read more]

        • Anna replied 6 years ago

          Rest assured, I didn’t judge — and didn’t want to πŸ˜› Syd, Ryan, and Todd judged the contest. Luke and Brian haven’t been with us for a while now.

      • Hehe sorry,for rantingn I appreciate your comment. Java and Beork really deserve it to win. But than I see bare plastik weathered with Tamiya weathering makeup as a winner.. really…. come on..

    • I actually really like the Mosquito, was expecting It to score as the best of intermediate instead of a Bradley. It’s a nice looking, elegant plane and the kit is nice to look at. I am quite surprised it got bumped to advanced tho, mostly due to the category guides.

      • The Breadly is amazing. All detailed and a nice finish. It is a worthy winner. Compare it to the finish of the tank dio at the advanced category…..

        • Yeah gotta agree with that, the Bradley is a superb build. And the dioramas, well I really enjoyed seeing a French tank in there, it’s so rarely to see them being appreciated, even more a diorama of those years, found it interesting, but I see where you are going.

  • Well, I go empty handed…

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    Really nice finish of one of the most awesome kits. With a Sazabi on the workbench you have to go all out. And people went crazy on it. It is still something that is not crossed ony todo list. I like your dark shiny interpretation of the red.

  • Moldrunner posted a new activity comment 6 years ago

    If you are refering to the joints, you can have this with Bandaikits too. Especially, if they have to hold heavy shields and weapons. Also that it is no Bandaikit it is of a great quality. The mold is top and there is nothing falling appart, when assembled. Even after several coats of paint I just had to sand 2 parts to make em fit again. Sure,…[Read more]

    • otaku replied 6 years ago

      Plum ain’t exactly Bandai. BTW, a freaking creative color scheme. You could swap the color scheme out for another and have a totally different look.

      • If you are refering to the joints, you can have this with Bandaikits too. Especially, if they have to hold heavy shields and weapons. Also that it is no Bandaikit it is of a great quality. The mold is top and there is nothing falling appart, when assembled. Even after several coats of paint I just had to sand 2 parts to make em fit again. Sure,…[Read more]

    • Java replied 6 years ago

      Looking super sweet,yeah nice work.

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