I always have been a big fan of Robotech as a kid. My unklel bought a Tomahawk kit when I was 8 years old, and ended up giving it to me. I played with it so long till everything on it was broken.
22 years later I saw that Wave was bringing this kit to live and I instantly orderd it without even thinking for a second.The kit is the size of a HG Gundam kit but has the price of a MG kit, which IMO is a bit much.
It has a bit of a awkward face to it because it looks like a smiling frog imo. The build was very easy and I didn't feel like moding it.
I worked on the O for about 4 months now and really wanted to do some airbrushing. I started on the tomahawk, so I would keep my cool on the O. I used the Hairspray method I learned about on DC23s blog and airbrushed it with some khaki and dessert yellow.
At the end this kit came out much better than I thought it would.
Hi Guys, so I finally finished it, well actually it was done quite some time now but I just didn't have the time to take any pictu...
I was going to write how cool this kit is and how awesome it looks in real life and how pictures just
Finally I can share with my Sazabi, it's been a will since me and Kamm got starded on this build off and I must say this is a real relie...
This is my first painted model out of the new Warhammer 40k "Dark Vengeance" Starter Game
My first Resin kit, the Kshatriya, is finished.