Got email from Pixiv:
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Did I get onto some “hot 300” list for the day? :p
I have no idea what their metrics are. Please tell me how excited I should be lol…
My friend and I finally baked and decorated Doctor Who cookies using the cookie cutters I handmade for her!
My amazingly talented best friend Nick made me a set of Doctor Who cookie cutters for Christmas, back in 2009 (clockwise from left; Dalek, Tardis, K-9, and “slightly 3D Tardis”).
I love these things so much, you don’t even know. So for the 50th Anniversary (and the Who Party with Katie and Julie!) I OBVIOUSLY had to make some really detailed cookies! He came over and helped to decorate some of them. We had a blast (and excuse me if those Daleks aren’t amazing!).
Improved version of the Semaphore Gundam. Uses the same battery pack boosters. Not quite a mid-season upgrade or mass-production model—more of a “second pass” by the engineers.
They gutted out a small maneuvering unit and attached an extra laser rifle from Semaphore to the bottom, allowing it to function as a shield or remote weapon.
A ton of fixes and updates to this design. I also decided to split some optional parts across two versions.
First image (GM Planetarium) has an added booster arm in the front.
Second image (basic GM Planet) has an alternate backpack fin, shoulder shields, and a collapsed version of the rifle.
Both have some sweet price tags that I made from scratch :)
Unlike all of the other mecha in this series, the GM is the most “Gundam-style,” intentionally. However, it has a ton of bells and whistles for taking down those relentless main characters, such as an array of laser emitters on each shoulder, and barrier generators all over its body.
Okay Sentinel Getter is cool and all but get back to making this please.
I saved all the colored mecha pages from GUNDRIVER once. Here’s ten of them.
The African, Middle Eastern (I think?), and Native American mecha are so cool. I wish this was animated.