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RX-77-2 Guncannon – Gudam 79
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I was planning on building a Guncannon using Chris Roach’s T-Joint Frame. The idea was simple enough, but I only ever got around to building the head. That was a four weeks ago. Last weekend, I started the ‘Micro Mecha’ line, with a special frame. I thought I should use the head from the unfinished T-Joint frame, and the new Micro Mech Frame to make a new Guncannon. The reason this MOC turned out better than the Valvrave is because I actually had a Gunpla to use as reference. This way, the proportions were perfect. Anyway, it’s done now. Enjoy.
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Here's the trailer for the series. As far as I know, I don't know where to watch it or download it, as I haven't seen it. I've only built Gunpla (Gundam Plastic Model Kits) of the characters in this series, and watched other Gundam series (such as Age, Seed, part of Seed Destiny (which kinda sucked) and my favourite one, 00).
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So here we have the Guncannon. The only thing I got wrong was the chest, but even that works mostly.


From the back, you can see that there’s the backpack and some cool details on the arms, legs and guns.


To finish off, here’s a quick size comparison with a Lego Games Microfigure and a typical Minifigure. Even though this guy packs about 100 pieces, he’s still quite small.
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Anyway, here’s a little update on ‘Project Spectre’ (that’s what I’m calling it now). For those who didn’t read it in the 15 Piece Vehicle Challenge MOC, it’s a project where I am trying to take my famous MOC Spectre and turn him into a fully 3D-Animated character using Maya. As you can see, it’s all modelled


Sadly, I won’t be working as much on it from now on. The couse is moving onto the environment aspect of animation, so Spectre here might have to wait a while.


The cool thing about Spectre, which is something I’ve always wanted to see…


…is that his eye can work just like a camera lense!


You’ll notice here that I’ve also started the texturing. Shortly after taking this photo, I realised I had a little more time.


So, I textured some more. Here’s what I’ve done so far.


And that’s it! There’s a few really cool new MOCs coming soon. These include a finally-finished Optimus Exprime from ‘Transformers Go!’ (all I have to do is turn it into LDD) and Valvrave Four in the Micro Mecha line. Also from this line, I plan to build Chamber from Suisei No Gargantia, a less conventional Mecha anime. Anyway, comment, like and add me as a favourite builder! And as always, happy building! :)


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Comments

 I made it 
  March 20, 2014
Quoting Rasmus Olsen A neat build, although the jetpack would look better if it was shorter. If you want to see the dubbed version of Mobile suit Gundam, you can see it at: www.watchcartoononline.com
Nah, I mostly prefer subs. I do watch dubs from time to time, though, but only after the subbed version. Most often the subs are better than the dubs, as it shows you the anime in the way the creators intended (as they change a lot of the jokes in dubs). Still, some dubs are good (especially the Ghibli dubs).
 I like it 
  March 20, 2014
A neat build, although the jetpack would look better if it was shorter. If you want to see the dubbed version of Mobile suit Gundam, you can see it at: www.watchcartoononline.com
 
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