MG 1/100 Hi-Nu WIP 02 (TT HONGLI)

Posted: September 21, 2010 in WIP

Day 2 of the bootleg….. Wanted to spray, but the skies were looking dark throughout the whole day. So ended up not spraying, but I decided to do some panel lines and to build the waist. There were still some troubles putting the piece together, but luckily, it wasn’t as frustrating as the upper body yesterday.

Separated the fingers. The fingers are F^&*ing loose.

The arms aren’t completed as the blue parts are still awaiting spray painting… This pic is to show you guys the inner frame in the arm, and the other with armor on.

Phew…… I am mentally wasted…. It takes alot of willpower to build a bootleg… I think I have to take a break from the Hi-nu for now… 2 days in a row is really mentally challenging. LOL. I am not joking.

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Comments
  1. bd77 says:

    Its a TT Hongli, you should be lucky on not getting mentally… raeped… with the fittings.

  2. TwilightReap says:

    And here i was thinking of getting a TT hongli Mg destiny extreme burst mode.

  3. Aya says:

    Somehow you make me interested to Try build a TT hongli hahahahaha Cut and sanding kyrios last time and Chaos now gave me a huge headache already hahahahaha.

  4. divinelight says:

    well, I want to know if the shoulder backpack could be snapped together or not later, because mine can’t and leave a huge gap there.

  5. Mikee says:

    You got owned By a kit, LOL…

  6. zoidiect says:

    cement wont works on TT kits….that’s what been troubling me when working on KGale..i remembered building my TT HG exia TA, i stepped on some parts so that they will fit…

  7. mangyver5223 says:

    I think this is your first experience with TT products. You should got yourself cement or superglue etc to fix that problems it was TT products. 🙂

  8. MaftyNavue says:

    some people say that building a difficult gunpla is fun.. So basically doing a hongli is more challenging and fun than doing regular gunpla eh?

  9. ren says:

    wah.. good luck on your build dude.. oh! masking tapes do come in handy when you wanna make joints tighter.. wrap them ard the ball-pivot or tubes.. =D

  10. John says:

    Wow… actually bootleg is always a bootleg… but based on my previous experience, I did try this fake TT Hong Li Gundam once, they’re at least much better than the other fake brand in the market (GHD Models and what ever)

    But no doubt we cannot compare them to the original from big brother Bandai….

    Look forward to your next progress on this project…. good luck man….

  11. Z says:

    From the small images, it looks like the regular model since the color looks fairly solid… then I clicked on the first image to see it full size… “OH MY! THAT..THAT FACE!!!” I mean, the overall shape is there… but something just doesn’t look quite right ^^;. Wow seems like they copied everything… right down to the manual ^^;

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