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Made in ru
Lone Wolf Sentinel Pilot





Russia

Tehnolog tank


I'm in Russia and I can't find any of there lol

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UK

 Freakazoitt wrote:
Tehnolog tank


I'm in Russia and I can't find any of there lol


well this is them on the Tehnolog website

http://www.tehnolog.ru/product/zod/super_tank.php

and here's a Russian based ebay seller

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/like/131500804243?limghlpsr=true&hlpv=2&ops=true&viphx=1&hlpht=true&lpid=108&chn=ps&device=c&rlsatarget=&adtype=pla&crdt=0&ff3=1&ff11=ICEP3.0.0-L&ff12=67&ff13=80&ff14=108&ff19=0

 
   
Made in jp
Fixture of Dakka





Japan

well the full name is Kenbishi Heavy Industries HAW206 Prototype by Kotobukiya


some info on the kit
http://www.hobbylink.tv/135-kenbishi-heavy-industries-haw206-prototype-by-kotobukiya-part-1-unbox

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Made in us
Thermo-Optical Tuareg





California

A new item coming out for Gundam: The Origin.



The Mobile Worker, a prototype Mobile Suit

Something of significant interest to me as a Gundam X fan, they're making the Build Fighters version of the Leopard



Hopefully that means we'll see a proper HGAW Gundam Leopard in the future.

   
Made in us
Gargantuan Gargant





New Bedford, MA USA

Kinex did a line of Titanfall toys. The Atlas and Ogre Mechs stand almost 11" tall and retail for about $40. The line is underperforming and can bought on clearance for around $20 for the mech kits (Target, Amazon, AC Moore)

Atlas


Ogre


I bought and built the Atlas kit. It's pretty close to a Forgeworld Cerastus Imperial Knight in size. Although it does, in truth, stand about a heads, height taller my Cerastus Knight.


   
Made in jp
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Japan

Bought this one today


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If I am ever luck enough to be selected to pilot a giant robot, I'm going to be pissed if it doesn't have legs!

   
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 Alpharius wrote:
If I am ever luck enough to be selected to pilot a giant robot, I'm going to be pissed if it doesn't have legs!

That reminds me of 'Doozy bots'.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8um1N78AhY

Basically, an ill-fated idea for an American children's TV show using the premise of kids turning into versions of the Gundam robots.

The wheelchair kid must be peeved that he got turned into Guntank.

 
   
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Sacramento, CA

 Jehan-reznor wrote:
Bought this one today
Spoiler:



Been debating picking that up, really looking forward to getting the origin Zaku. (Hopefully today!)

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Terminator with Assault Cannon





Florida

Nice tank bot!

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Made in pl
Freelance Soldier





I have the early Guntank in my shopping cart, but I'm waiting for a couple of other releases to ship it all together. The original Guntank is kind of goofy looking, but the Early type is an excellent example of how to revamp an old design and make it appealing to a new generation.

In other news, this summer Kotobukiya is putting out a proper injection kit of Shin Getter-1! Can't tell you how long I've been waiting for it to come out!
   
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Eastern edge

 Jehan-reznor wrote:
Bought this one today





I have been eyeing purchasing that same beast!

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Cairo, Egypt

 adamsouza wrote:
Kinex did a line of Titanfall toys. The Atlas and Ogre Mechs stand almost 11" tall and retail for about $40. The line is underperforming and can bought on clearance for around $20 for the mech kits (Target, Amazon, AC Moore)
Spoiler:

Atlas


Ogre


I bought and built the Atlas kit. It's pretty close to a Forgeworld Cerastus Imperial Knight in size. Although it does, in truth, stand about a heads, height taller my Cerastus Knight.



Those are very nice. I'd been thinking about a hulk buster Iron Man as a knight but these are nice too.

 
   
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Freelance Soldier





Watch a review or two before purchasing a K-Nex Titanfall mech, I've heard nothing but bad things about them:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-V9_0adPBI
   
Made in us
Gargantuan Gargant





New Bedford, MA USA

As a childs toy the K'nex TitanFall mechs are a fail. They come apart too easily while handling.
That Youtube video covers that quite comprehensively.

As a cheap model you would add bits to and glue into place for a 40K Titan conversion for $20, it's a win.

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Sacramento, CA

built the Origin Zaku II today, this rifle is ridiculous.


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 Cyporiean wrote:
built the Origin Zaku II today, this rifle is ridiculous.


very nice
i think i have a zaku or 2 somewhere i still need to build myself.....but then i'd have to once again face the fact i've yet to get around to repainting any of them
   
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New Bedford, MA USA

At fisrt I thought, "It's more machine than man" then I remembered it's not a man.

It's more gun than Mech

   
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Eastern edge

That is one Massive up-size for a anti-armor rifle!

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California

It's an anti-warship rifle.

   
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So, how awesome are the old zeon mechs for the adept us mechanicus robot! I have to get down and pick some up I say at a second hand/retro store I found. Might cost me $10 for three of them

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California

Wait for the Mobile Worker that I posted earlier. He'll fit those Admech needs just fine.

   
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New Bedford, MA USA

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Dublin, Ireland

Thats sotsu sunrise thing is really awesome. What sort of size is it?

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Norristown, PA

Maybe I missed it but how big is this guy? Seems large. Would it be a good proxy for the new AdMech servitor tank guys?


 shasolenzabi wrote:
 Jehan-reznor wrote:
Bought this one today





I have been eyeing purchasing that same beast!

   
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 Cyporiean wrote:
built the Origin Zaku II today, this rifle is ridiculous.
Spoiler:




It's ridiculously historical! Gotta love man "portable" 20mm anti-tank guns of WW2.



The model looks cool in any case.

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Sacramento, CA

 Necros wrote:
Maybe I missed it but how big is this guy? Seems large. Would it be a good proxy for the new AdMech servitor tank guys?


Spoiler:
 shasolenzabi wrote:
 Jehan-reznor wrote:
Bought this one today

I have been eyeing purchasing that same beast!


Here it is next to the Zaku, which you can see standing next to a Coke can in my earlier post.


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This bad boy just came back into production at a really good price.

http://www.squadron.com/1-72-MPC-Space-1999-Eagle-1-Transporter-p/mpc791.htm



I always liked the Space 1999 Eagle, it looked... plausible as a space craft in a way that few sci-fi vehicles do. All the exposed pipes, the flexible cargo bay, the prominent thrusters, it looks like something designed to work.

1/72 is a bit small but there aren't that many details on it that can't be fudged for 28mm.

I have a dream of getting like 5 of these and building a rural space port board where they'd just serve as terrain.

 
   
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Sacramento

$20.89 at Hobbylinc Kyoto... so for a measly $100 you could have your rural spaceport.

   
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Chicago

 Kid_Kyoto wrote:
This bad boy just came back into production at a really good price.

http://www.squadron.com/1-72-MPC-Space-1999-Eagle-1-Transporter-p/mpc791.htm

Spoiler:


I always liked the Space 1999 Eagle, it looked... plausible as a space craft in a way that few sci-fi vehicles do. All the exposed pipes, the flexible cargo bay, the prominent thrusters, it looks like something designed to work.

1/72 is a bit small but there aren't that many details on it that can't be fudged for 28mm.

I have a dream of getting like 5 of these and building a rural space port board where they'd just serve as terrain.


Awesome! There was a book I used to check out from the library when I was a kid and I think it showed how to do a bit of detailing and improving this kit. Though compared to today it was a bit simplistic, I was really taken by the kit at the time.

I've also been dreaming about a spaceport board. I've finally got enough spacecraft'ish vehicles, but just no time to get it done. This would be another great addition.

Is the Star Trek Runabout still in production? That's another great large'sih kit that I wish I'd bought back in the day. It's bigger than a Valk.

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