Gaijin Gunpla


Having purchased the Gouf with bonus clear parts, it means I get a chance to play around with the armour. So, of course, I took some pictures. Note to everyone who may want to do this: The clear armour pieces on the legs are extremely difficult to remove once on.

They snapped as I removed them leaving tiny shards of clear, hard plastic in the frame. I had to pry them out with my tweezers being careful not to damage the frame and making it unable to fit the proper armour parts.








As of this writing, all pieces have been painted and the decaling has commenced.

There are a lot of decals…

Categories: Builds, Gouf 2.0, MG

5 Responses so far.

  1. Asian1skill says:

    really i i thought dat da gouf didnt have dat much decals??? btw the clear parts are looking good lol

  2. marc says:

    they look good indeed

  3. mangyver5223 says:

    is the clear part of arms and legs included in its package or you buy it separately?

  4. Gaijin Gunpla says:

    Thanks guys,

    @mangyver5223: the clear parts are included with the kit as part of BAndai's 'Clear Parts Campaign'. Basically, what bandai does is take one of the runners and produce it in clear plastic as well as the normal colour. You then have the choice which armour to use. Because all the runners are different for each MG gunpla, you will get different amounts of clear armour parts depending on which MG you are building.

  5. Tonzo says:

    IN MY rx-78-2 VER. 2.0 CLEAR VERSION IT HAS A NOTE IN THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT THAT ACRYLIC CAN BE EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO SEPERATE AND THAT YOU WILL LIKELY SNAP PEGS. sorry for the caps!

Leave a Reply