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Here is my Finished 1/100 Master Grade Jesta model. Hand painted and weathered, with the exception of flat black, primer (krylon) and spray top coat (testors dull) I built this kit as a nice diversion from 1/35(and a procrastination project, as I should of been building a diorama) This kit was pretty dang incredible and allot of fun to paint, put together, and of course play with XD  For the most part I built him "outta the box" swapped beam saber color and gave him old MG handguns and a knife.

MG gundam kits have always been a bit intimidating to me. They contain allot of parts (moving parts too) are pretty complex and there is allot to screw up. Years ago I built a few MG's without paint and thought I would never reach a level where  could paint one. Anyways with this build I wanted to keep it simple and not take too much on. While I had a bunch of smaller mistakes and I am not incredibly impressed with some of my effects, I am pretty proud of what I was able to accomplish on this one. Being a bit unsatisfied is a good thing as it will make me want to do even better on the next one of these I build.

Anyways I built this guy in the hopes of getting tons of pictures of him. This weekend I hope to see how he does outside and do a bit more of a goofy photo shoot. I got a few more "accessories" I am working on for him that will be done this weekend if the weather is good......

Questions, comments and suggestions welcome!
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Here is my Finished 1/100 Master Grade Jesta model. Hand painted and weathered, with the exception of flat black, primer (krylon) and spray top coat (testors dull) I built this kit as a nice diversion from 1/35(and a procrastination project, as I should of been building a diorama) This kit was pretty dang incredible and allot of fun to paint, put together, and of course play with XD  For the most part I built him "outta the box" swapped beam saber color and gave him old MG handguns and a knife.

MG gundam kits have always been a bit intimidating to me. They contain allot of parts (moving parts too) are pretty complex and there is allot to screw up. Years ago I built a few MG's without paint and thought I would never reach a level where  could paint one. Anyways with this build I wanted to keep it simple and not take too much on. While I had a bunch of smaller mistakes and I am not incredibly impressed with some of my effects, I am pretty proud of what I was able to accomplish on this one. Being a bit unsatisfied is a good thing as it will make me want to do even better on the next one of these I build.

Anyways I built this guy in the hopes of getting tons of pictures of him. This weekend I hope to see how he does outside and do a bit more of a goofy photo shoot. I got a few more "accessories" I am working on for him that will be done this weekend if the weather is good......

Questions, comments and suggestions welcome!

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A new try for a mecha soldier
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This is the PGA-01 Azure. An experimental fighting GA in the Zenith Squadron. Though the paint scheme may be unconventional, there are no regulations on specific paint schemes for elite squadrons such as the Zenith Squadron. This armor is based off the I-07's ([link]) muscular frame and modified from the I/MC-07's ([link]) exterior armor plating. The main differences include the experimental FEATHER flight system, which uses multiple variable wings to increase lift, reduce drag, and increase mobility during flight. Like the I/MC-07 it utilizes experimental beam weaponry, but it also uses a newer foot design. This design is akin to the prosthesis that are used by double amputees to regain their ability to walk. In exchange they are lighter and faster due to the lost weight. Aside from the external modifications to the armor itself this unit is the one of only GAs on active duty to have an incorporated AI system giving the pilot capabilities that most humans would never achieve on their own: increased accuracy, further mobility through a more advanced fly by wire system, path prediction/limited precognition for cqc.

Performance:
Land- 120~MPH
Marine- 45 knots
Air- 1000 MPH (With a range of 3000 square miles)
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Here is my Finished 1/100 Master Grade Jesta model. Hand painted and weathered, with the exception of flat black, primer (krylon) and spray top coat (testors dull) I built this kit as a nice diversion from 1/35(and a procrastination project, as I should of been building a diorama) This kit was pretty dang incredible and allot of fun to paint, put together, and of course play with XD  For the most part I built him "outta the box" swapped beam saber color and gave him old MG handguns and a knife.   

MG gundam kits have always been a bit intimidating to me. They contain allot of parts (moving parts too) are pretty complex and there is allot to screw up. Years ago I built a few MG's without paint and thought I would never reach a level where  could paint one. Anyways with this build I wanted to keep it simple and not take too much on. While I had a bunch of smaller mistakes and I am not incredibly impressed with some of my effects, I am pretty proud of what I was able to accomplish on this one. Being a bit unsatisfied is a good thing as it will make me want to do even better on the next one of these I build.

Anyways I built this guy in the hopes of getting tons of pictures of him. This weekend I hope to see how he does outside and do a bit more of a goofy photo shoot. I got a few more "accessories" I am working on for him that will be done this weekend if the weather is good......

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This is the PGA-07 Fenrir. The best close support GA money can buy. Its an I/X-07 [link] armor with rack upon rack of detachable missile pods, a 50mm gatling cannon, and six 30mm autocannon. This baby carries an array of depleted uranium, incendiary, and smart burst ammunition for all the cannons outfitted to this armor. This unit is also capable of carrying 400 micro-guided rockets, and 200 micro-missiles, with different kinds of rockets for different situations. Its got anti-air, anti-personnel, anti-radar, napalm, amphibious, and space use missiles. Interior missile bays are capable of carrying guns, blades, more missiles/rockets, and even bombs to get the job done. This entire unit is shrouded in plasma stealth technology to shrink the radar cross-section to that of a car in the sky. This unit carries so much ammo that extended use in combat is too costly to maintain, so only selected squadrons are allowed to use these regularly in combat. The Zenith Squadron is the main utilizer of these units.

Performane:
Land- 90~ mph
Marine- 20 Knots
Air- 400 MPH (Range of 1500 square miles)
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This is a variation of the Kargan "Mauler" Mekton (from R. Talsorian Games' "Mekton II") that I came up with for fun.

It ditches the flightpack, replaces the leg verniers with jumpjets, wields a more powerful 150mm handheld cannon, and adds a shield and two missile launchers. (The launchers are mounted on the backpack, not on top of the shoulders. That way, the arms can move around freely without affecting the firing arcs of the missiles.)

The flight-capable version can be found here: [link]

Lineart can be found here: [link]

Just to be safe... The Mauler is the I.P. of R. Talsorian games. No infringement intended nor implied, etc etc etc.
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The Long Arms is a mid to mid-long range attack unit. Its slender design and an ok armor rating makes this a speedy hit and run craft using its duel laser rifle type or standard shell type. And also equipped with quick reverse thrusters to get outta harms way.

Drawn on typing paper with pencil and inks, enjoy! :D
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Frames for a Free Colony company for Mobile Frame Zero.
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