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This is my GB entry:

The Ma.K. Lunadiver Stingray from Hasegawa 1/35. I don't no anything about the Ma.K. Universe but I love the design of those battle suits, tanks, robots and spaceships. It's like a mixture between steampunk and WWII, great! Really worth googling it, there are amazing builds out there. Looking very much forward building this one.

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I don't know anything about a lot of the series sci-fi figures and kits but I also love to see them built up. should be a great build/finish to watch.
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Even the backside of the box is looking nice :-)

The painting instructions come with a cool cardboard card and the decals are looking great too.


The kit comes with two extra figures (poweredsuits)

Painting instructions are on the side of the box, very nice!


Getting excited, lol

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And the sprue shots... No aftermarket, building this OOB.




Stand for the Lunadiver

...not so much impressed ;-)

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I don't know anything about a lot of the series sci-fi figures and kits but I also love to see them built up. should be a great build/finish to watch.

Maybe that's a good thing, no knowledge is standing in my way building and painting this baby, lol

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First time i see that, this will be interesting. Subscribed!
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Cool, even if I can't tell the front end from the back !! [biggrin]


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Haha, a lot to figure out... I guess it's the same as with my cat, tail at the end ;-)
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....... and there was I thinking it might be the Pinocchio suit after a bout of heavy lying with a long nose like that [biggrin]
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whatever its meant to look like I think we're bound to see something great at the end with your skills [wink]
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That is way more parts than I imagined but I forgot they have an interior and pilot.Hmmmmm.........need to do some research on these figures, kits. there was one at the model show yesterday............Hmmmmm.
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Congrats for Carrier group build win! I think this will be as stunning!
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That is way more parts than I imagined but I forgot they have an interior and pilot.Hmmmmm.........need to do some research on these figures, kits. there was one at the model show yesterday............Hmmmmm.


Haha, go for it :-)

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Congrats for Carrier group build win! I think this will be as stunning!


Thank you! This kit sure looks like fun :-)

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Wanted to start with the cockpit but run into a problem, guess I have to make a decision... This is what I encountered: I assembled some body parts to get a feeling of what will be seen of the pit. The cockpit interior sits on a frame in the lower body

I could fully close the upper side but nothing of the cockpit will be seen

Or open a small hatch. Still very closed...

But there is also a big hatch. Very nice to show of the interior... but there is almost no interior, hmmm

Have to think about it, but tending to do some scratch building, creating a interior around the seat... could be fun :-)

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