GM Sniper 2 Completed Part 1

GM Sniper 2 Completed Part 1 This past week was spent finishing up work on the GM Sniper 2. Realistically, there were only 7 or so steps left from the last update. The decals, the after decal gloss coat, panel lines, flat coat, weathering (in two steps, paint chipping and pastels), then the final flat coat. So there’s not much to […] Source: GameraBaenre’s Blog

GM Sniper 2 Principal Painting is DONE!

GM Sniper 2 Principal Painting is DONE! Its been two weeks since the last update post. There were a few busy weekends where not much progressed and all the work in these past two weeks was just the endless cycle of paint-mask-paint-mask. So this will just show you how f-ing tedious that process was and hopefully show that it’s actually worth the […] Source: GameraBaenre’s Blog

Back from Guayaquil = slow progress on Sniper

Back from Guayaquil = slow progress on Sniper Work has me on travel a bit, and last week, I was in Ecuador, Guayaquil specifically. I did make a quick picture post of the skirts right after getting 90% of it painted up just as a quick teaser and to keep my motivation going. But I didn’t really go into details about the process. […] Source: GameraBaenre’s Blog

IBO Diorama WIP 2: The Drill Kick

IBO Diorama WIP 2: The Drill Kick Quick post to show you guys how I added the motor to the leg. I used a cell phone vibration motor that I picked up on ebay. covered the open space of the foot with styrene and just drilled a hole for the motor.    Used a piece of square tube to house the motor. Cut off the ball joint part of the leg and replaced it with the tube. After that, just … Read More

TGG invades the IPMS Seattle Spring Show

TGG invades the IPMS Seattle Spring Show As Angel mentioned on our FB page, this is the 2nd spot in our “TGG Tour”. A few weeks ago, a group of us went up to NorCal to hit up Tatsu Hobby’s spring contest the Blue and Yellow Ball. This past weekend, along with new Washington State TGG Transplant Mike Wine; Angel and I […] Source: GameraBaenre’s Blog

GM Sniper 2 Update: throwing some paint and starting work on the base

GM Sniper 2 Update: throwing some paint and starting work on the base It’s been awhile since I last updated on this project. We got new Kampfer shirts in, so the last update was used to promote that. Somewhere in the middle of this post there will be some shameless plugging for our new Kampfer shirts as well as our reprinted Shiki shirts. But enough of that; on […] Source: GameraBaenre’s Blog

Kampfer Shirts!

Kampfer Shirts! We just got these in from the printer. They didn’t have any mediums, but they will be printed and will be added to our inventory when we get those on hand. In the meantime, you can pick up sizes small, large, X-large, and 2X-large. Check out the store here! And order some other shirts to […] Source: GameraBaenre’s Blog

GM Sniper 2: priming and resin casting

GM Sniper 2: priming and resin casting I was originally going to post this progress update on Monday; but since we had just gotten back from Tatsu Hobby’s contest; I wanted that post to stand on its own. So a few days later, I’ve continued to plug away at the kit as I got some new ideas flowing but still need to […] Source: GameraBaenre’s Blog

TGG goes to TatsuHobby’s Blue and Yellow Ball

TGG goes to TatsuHobby’s Blue and Yellow Ball This past weekend was Tatsu Hobby’s Blue and Yellow Ball. This is one of their 4 quarterly contest and the theme was anything in either blue or yellow – at least one of those two colors and their shades much cover 70% of the kit. The contest officially starts at 1PM with the last entries […] Source: GameraBaenre’s Blog

Back to work on the RGM-79SP-2

Back to work on the RGM-79SP-2 Finally getting back to work on this project. Taking a two week vacation really breaks the momentum I had going for this kit. I actually thought about bringing pieces of the thing with me to work on while I was in Tokyo and Hong Kong. Then, knowing my damn luck, I would have lost said […] Source: GameraBaenre’s Blog