In Progress

B-club MG Zaku F2 conversion kit for the MG Zaku F2:
(yes it sounds like an oxymoron but it looks better than the stock kit. Pics: 1
B-club MG Gouf Flight Type conversion for the MG Gouf Custom:
So far I've mounted the joint system into the resin pieces and begun some early painting. I replaced the bicep armor with inverted thruster cones to give a more rounded appearance. Pics: 1, 2
B-club MG Gelgoog Jaeger conversion:
I've done some crude assembly and replaced the once resin ball posts in the crotch with the PVC ball posts that I cut from the original plastic kit crotch. This should hold up MUCH better under the weight of the almost entirely resin body. I Mounted the Fuel tanks on small ball joints to allow movement. I also decided to keep the waste joint, but I need to lower the high a little.
Pics: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
An anime accurate MG Zeta:
By combinding a MG Zeta, MG Zeta Plus, and the old 1/100 Zeta Gundam model, I hope to make an anime accurate Zeta model, so far it can still transform. Pics: 1, 2
B-club MS-07A Gouf conversion kit for the MG Gouf:
I have assembled the parts on the MG Gouf frame and combind rge ankle and foot joint system from a MG Zaku F2. I also recast the resin F2 conversion kit feet and adapted them to fit on the MG Gouf. This dramatically increases posability. Pics: 1, 2, 2
Jafcon 1/12 Ramba Ral resin figure:
This is my all time favorite anime character, so I had to get this one right. I spent 8 hours alone getting the head and face correct. Pics: 1
B-club 1/100 YF-19 from Macross Plus: Completed model now in the Macross 1/100 Gallery.
There are many more than this, but most are not photographed............

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