Johnny was cold, probably colder than he had ever been in his life. Looking over to the captain then out his window, all he could see was blackness. Europe had been torn by war and yet was still a void at night. The b-17 hummed with gentle pulse and it was almost about to put him to sleep when a spark appeared in the sky. Well maybe not a spark, because it moved , but lighting fast. He strained his eyes closer, certain the his nerves, cold and sleep deprivation was playing tricks on him. The object moved again but directed toward his bomber.
"Captain I think we have a problem"
"what is it?"
his last words hung in the air, as soon the German beast came into sight and he wrapped his mind around it, it was too late.....
Here is my Finished MG Sinanju, gundam model kit. Built outta the box, with aftermarket gundam and German decals. Painted with lacquer spray cans and weathered with acrylics. I had previously painted a HG gundam kit as a Nazi death machine, so thought I would go with a Luftwaffe/Panzer "foo fighter" what if theme. This model kit was pretty crazy awesome and a bit intimidating, due to the tons of moving parts. I was pretty impressed with myself that I was able to get him all toghter , weathered and detailed without screwing up too much and not losing anything.
Other than a few decals being less than prefect and a couple small mistakes I am very happy with this build.
As always questions and comments welcome.
anyways this one is a MG(master grade) 1/100 scale.
cool ill check it out in a min!
KEEP ON CREATING
thanks dude, makes me feel awesome i could inspire you to try harder! if you ever have any questions or need some scale modeling advise, i am always around!
i have a thing for slapping German grey paint on things, this one(and one that's being finished) were to hard to resist.
yea that's why i didn't do the silver on the shield too, didn't want it to take away from all the German markings.
Very unique colors shawn, and the decal give it great boost in detail.