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VF-1D model painted to look two-dimensional

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二次元模型 ガウォーク&ファイター

Two-dimensional model: Gerwalk and Fighter



ハセガワ 1/72 スーパーオストリッチには、不要パーツが盛り沢山なので、つい…。
Hasegawa's 1/72 Super Ostrich comes with lots of unnecessary parts, so...

For the Gerwalk's arm, leg, and backpack, I used a Bandai battroid.

[Not sure what this says. Maybe "for Gerwalk and Fighter, the VF-1D and the VT-1 were both used"...but maybe it means the VF-1D was used for Gerwalk and the VT-1 was used for Fighter. My Japanese needs work.]

The effect parts are a joke. (Smirk) [no idea what he means]

I took on this challenge because there are so many fake two-dimensional versions of Shoji Kawamori's art. [Not sure I got this right.]
To be honest, I took the liberty of using image processing to borrow backgrounds from the show. I sincerely apologize.



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I only wish I could paint miniatures and models that well.

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