View Full Version : Oh, thank you Robot Damashi!

2009-07-25, 12:08 AM

Okay, so it's not diecast, but it's a 1/144 Turn A! An actual proper figure I don't have to fail at making! YESSSS!!!! Right, must get around to getting the Turn X, because sod's law says it'll suddenly disappear when the Turn A hits. And a few Extended MSiA Zakus. Now, follow it up with a couple of SUMOs (Harry's and Poe's, natch), a WADOM, a Kapool, a couple of FLATs and the Cannon Infelileto and we're in business...

2009-07-25, 11:28 AM
I really must widen my horizons-I think I understood or recognised all of about 7 words in the second half of that post.
Do you have to paint the figure yourself or is this an early proto or test shot?
Oh and I like his 'tash.

2009-07-25, 05:14 PM
Was about to pm you about it...then postponed it...for about two weeks :lol:

There's pictures of a coloured sample up and about somewhere.

Martyboy, the final version needs no painting, this is an early prototype.

2009-07-26, 04:55 PM
Awesome... Super-excited about this one. All obsession aside, Harry's SUMO is a real possible, surely?

2010-04-08, 08:04 PM

ROBO-BOLLOCK! Outstanding. And there's a preorder for a WAD from an ebay seller too. Do the Sumo, you bastards.

Why the Hell didn't they do this a decade ago, though?

2010-04-09, 12:21 AM

I like that they're making this.