Following up from the ACGHK 2008 post, the second part of the coverage will feature Gundam models displayed for the Dengeki King of Gundam Modelers Tournament. Ngee Khiong and Marvin also have great pictures of the gunpla work from Hong Kong blogger 九龍宋公明. Be sure to check theirs out too!
A big Thank You to Danny Choo for linking this to his news items.
《四腳陸戰兵器》 (4-legged Ground Warfare Weapon)
Gyan now has a new steed~
1/100 MG Nu Gundam and Sazabi
A dark purple Gundam Astraea
A badly damaged Gundam Ground Type
A Tieren vs an Overflag
Dynames Gundam with extra customised missile parts
A customised model of a Virtue/Nadleeh hybrid
There are quite a few numbers of armour-purging Virtue/Nadleeh models this year.
An interesting hybrid between Strike Noir and Calamity Gundam
A bitter ending to a desert duel between a Zaku and a GM Ground Type
GM Ground Type Bruce Lee Custom?!
This is one of the most impressive armour-purging Virtue/Nadleeh I've seen in this exhibition, and it's in 1/144 scale!
A nicely customised Epyon Gundam
SD Gundam and Zakus playing volleyball (or rather a Gundam Hammer)!
A replica scene of the Gundam Capture Operation in Gundam 00
Don't let the Gogg to do the goalkeeping next time guys
雪地型鐵人 (Tieren Snow Type) by 小TomTom (Little TomTom)
The Bucue does suit quite well as a dog statue!
This customised Flag now looks like a mech from Patlabor series
A Gundam Musume (Gundam Girl), who seems to resemble Lacus Clyne. Perhaps Ngee Khiong will have an interest towards her as his next blog header? : P
1/60 PG Sky Grasper Cagalli version
Two Zakus defending in some ancient grounds
The well known scene between Strike and Aegis in Gundam Seed
Another customised Tieren
This scene reminds me of the Musou series. "Tieren" literally translates into "Iron Man", hence the title of this work
Haruhi Gundam! This drew a lot of attention as a lot of people want a piece of her~
This amazing diorama set is made by Yaya, featuring a "4-legged Railgun Tieren", a red "GN Tieren Test Type", and the "China New Resource Resarch Centre"
1/35 Hard Graph Hover Truck
And last but not least:
Definitely one of the most impressive work out there; a group work submitted by 小TomTom (Little TomTom).
A lot of impressive work this year I have to say. Took me nearly an hour just to move through the crowd and take these pictures, but it's worth it. I wonder whether this year's Gundam Expo will have something as impressive as this, but we shall see when the time comes.