DW:Gundam 3 Rant Ensuing

I know people are still waiting on my D-Arts X review, and it's still going to be a minute thanks to camera issues. But I feel the need to discuss a recent purchase I made that I'd been waiting for since I've heard about it...


Tools of the Trade

Since my HGUC Dendrobium review brought up many of my advanced techniques (if you can call them that), I'm going to go into detail on my workstation, tools and materials I use with almost every kit.

I: Layout
Here's everything that's required for me to complete any kit that comes my way. Well, most of the time, but I'll get into that in a bit.


HGUC 1/144 GP03 Dendrobium Review - Part 3 [Finale]

Ending this series with the docking procedure, complete weapons payload and my final verdict.

Previous parts:
[Part 1] [Part 2]


HGUC 1/144 GP03 Dendrobium Review - Part 2

Picking up right where I left off, part 2 will focus on the core of this beast, the Gundam itself.
Don't worry. The longest part is over. ^_^; *phew*

OMG-SUS! Finally!!

At last! I finally received my D-Arts X from Rockman X today!
*Cheers* *Confetti* *Applause*



HGUC 1/144 GP03 Dendrobium Review - Part 1

I can say that since it's announcement back in 2002, I wanted this kit. The final product of Anaheim Electronics’ GP Development Project, The RX-78GP03 Gundam GP03 Dendrobium mobile armor is one of the most remarkable and overpowered units ever to be given to a borderline retard*!

*For the record, I hate Kou Uraki, and felt he had no right using such a marvelous piece of machinery.

Anyway, it's not until 2010 that I'd be able to realize this dream. Thanks to a three-check month and Christmas funds from family, I was able to obtain this behemoth!


Sorry for the Wait...

Apparently my D-Arts X (might as well just say it) has been delayed until next Tuesday before shipping, so reviewing that is still a bit off.
If you're real curious about it, read Z's review, as his photos blow anything I can take out of the stratosphere!

So, to ease the patience of, what, all 2 of you, I got a small (understatement) review coming up in the next couple of days. Photos are being taken today, and hopefully resizing them and writing the review won't take too long, so I'd say Saturday at the latest.

I don't want to rush it like I did the Endless Waltz ones. Only to have to fix it later...

UPDATE: I probably won't have this up now until maybe Wednesday. Turns out it's a bigger project than I thought. That, and schedule conflicts...

UPDATE 2: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO: Part 1 of the new review series is up now!