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envyliger:

My Liger S and its 3 CAS units (Decimate, Ravage, and Blitz) Follow me peeps!

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queenaltaria:

Zoids 1/72 HMM RZ-041  Liger Zero BD Clear Ver.

Oh man. I was so excited when I found out that they’d be doing a Zoids BD release for Zero, because I knew for a fact it’d mean we’d be seeing a beautiful clear Liger Zero, and I wasn’t wrong. 

Thanks to the kit being clear, the build time for this kit is relatively small since there’s no detailing or repainting/retouching needed like I usually do with kits — or like with the other normal Liger Zero I have in my to-do pile which will be a Hiou Mk-II custom and thus will be entirely repainted before built — and because of all the translucency the kit does fine without detailing. Every single piece is clear — even the PC parts are a clear black.

This is the first time I’ve ever actually built a Liger Zero. Ever. Didn’t even do a standard Tomy one back in the day because when I got into Zoids they were very, very expensive and sought after. Plus I was just a high schooler with a part-time job, so funds weren’t exactly piling up. I did eventually build two Liger Zero X kits, but they were so majorly different from the standard (and even the CAS darlings) that I find it hard to count them compared to the good ol’ vanilla Liger Zero.

The HMM kit is absolutely beautiful and the amount of articulation it has is beyond compare, I think. Especially since this is a flexibility that comes with stability: it’s a solid kit that won’t fall apart on you at the drop of the hat, unlike the more problematic Shield and Blade Liger kits. Even in the clear moulding which uses polypropylene plastic (silky smooth and somewhat soft to the touch due to the petroleum jelly in it) there’s no overly loose components nor parts that like to pop off at will. It was a dream to build, and so damn easy save for some small fiddly pieces that were just a pain in the butt to put together. 

So happy to have this. A wonderful companion for the HMM Clear Blade Liger that kyuofcosmic has, along with their Clear CAS Limited Zero which is going to be en-route soon. 

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thegreengai:

Awesome customs by マッスルゾイドバス  (very tempted to color my spare Gairy like that handsome Saix)

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envyliger:

Liger S Ravage (Second CAS for Liger S). Battle against Genosaurer Reaper CAS.

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kyuofcosmic:

Gravity Wolf Anubis Racer edition.

My poor beat up Gravity Wolf took a spill off my shelf a few months ago so I thought while I was fixing it, I’d give it a new coat of paint and try out some techniques with painting and stenciling. I ran into a few problems, mostly because of the age and not-terribly great quality of the plastic but overall it was fun to do. Clicky joints and scuffs took some putty; younger me wasnt very gentle to Zoids. Oh well. 

The colour scheme looks great in person [painted mirror chrome, gloss black, gold and sky blue inspired by Zone of Enders and Lapis Lazuli] but its suffering to try and take photos of. In strong sunlight there’s five million flares and everything shows up super shiny/washes out the detail but indoor light doesn’t quite capture the colours. I might try shutter speeds + twilight to try and get the right photo matches but that can be for another day.

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the-pink-blade-liger:

My two customs chilling with each other! My konig wolf and my pink blade liger

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strawberryhyena:

Just a few more shots of my pink blade liger! :D

Twinsies!

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thegreengai:

Underwater Night pictures with Holotech warshark. Nightfall makes photo things tougher (blurry + loads of underwater “mirror” effect) but the dark does make Holoshark’s purple look really cool. Last 3 pics were the most fun test shots.

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sir-phobos-boa:

Zoids Chrome Death Saurerwon on ebay, description said it was chromed by Grimm Studios, same people who made my Gravity Cannon

sir-phobos-boa:

Zoids Chrome Death Saurer
won on ebay, description said it was chromed by Grimm Studios, same people who made my Gravity Cannon

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sir-phobos-boa:

Zoids Guardian Force Ultrasaurus
Made from a Hasbro 1/72 scale Ultrasaurus and the Gravity Cannon by Grimm Studios
The Guardian Force Ultrasaurus is a massive mobile base of a zoid. Rather than the usual 4 republic super cannons, this zoids was outfitted with the massive Gravity Cannon. The cannon fires specialized shells made from meteorites that created an intense localized gravitational field on impact. Words cannot express how happy I am to finally have this done, only 6 cannons were made and mine happened to be number 6. It is the biggest model i own and i thank Grimm Studios alot for the opportunity to create such a beast! 2/2 of pics