It wasn’t another two weekends after that I’ve finally top coated the finished model with clear aerosol spray cans I got locally (Originally intended for Mr. Hobby Matte Clear Top Coats but they are way more expensive and are out of stock at the time; FYI: 1 Mr. Hobby Matte Clear = 4 local clear…).
Behold, the Beast of Possibility in its glorious Perfect Grade!
Clad in stark white armour, Unicorn looks terrifically menacing in size, being a 1/60 Perfect Grade and all. Before moving further in, let’s have a look at 1/60 PG RX-0 Unicorn Gundam in its standard—well—Unicorn Mode.
With the event titled as Cosplay Invasion 4, it would be a mystery if there aren’t any cosplayer stalking around the halls, don’t you think?
KanColle cosplay was pretty much the highlight of the event, with lots and lots of Kanmusume (And Kanmusuko) scattered all around…
Moving on from the many figures as seen in the last post, in this post we’ll shift our focus upon the larger dolls this time around that graced the very same booth.
Continuing from earlier post, let us have a glimpse at the many figures and stuff on display during the event.
Kotoburd made an impact (OK, OK that was a lame pun…) during Cosplay Invasion 4, at the figure display booth of which I’m one of the exhibitor of. =w=
Held within a medium-sized hall on the 2nd floor of Penang Times Square, Cosplay Invasion 4 ended up a success last weekend, with waves of crowd throng the place, especially on Day 2.
Perhaps being free-of-admission and the attendance of popular guest cosplayers contributed to the said success? w
Many thanks to the organiser Miao-san for the Media pass, which allows myself entry to a certain restricted area, usually off-limits to regular visitors. XDc