Oh, you are welcome, George-san! You always care for us!Thank you so much for sharing the pictures of your adventure, Katsu-san !
Best regards to your family
Ouch! Yes, it was a 6 mm plastic pellet.Looks like it was lots of fun! I am guessing that is airsoft stuff rather than paintball?
Last time I played paintball I got shot in the ass because I had bent down behind cover but left that one area sticking out
I had a black and blue for a week
Thank you, joberg-san! Yup, that is my daughter Yuki and she made that Nostromo crew jumpsuit a few years ago.Good stuff Katsu-San Wait, that woman is from the Nostromo
Oh, wow! Thank you so very much for your kind comment, yaris-san!Awesome build....!!!...as always...!...really interesting to see the level of detail and committment to accuracy you apply.
Yuki's Nostromo suit is excellent, great pose also...!....Japan's Ellen Ripley for sure....!!
I guess maybe it's a SEGA or something, I'm not sure.Oh nice. Looks fun. See some N64 was being played. What is the system on the bottom right? I do not recognize that one. (Japan only, or Japan design only?)
I've still not tried any type of VR.
That field looks like a ton of fun!
Also the VR goggles are very cool. I can see why you are so distracted
You are welcome and thanks for watching.Awesome sight,Katsu-san.Thanks for sharing these photos
Is that your wife with the M-14 rifle in the first picture? Looks like a take no prisoners kind of crowd! If I ever get back to Japan I'll bring my old BDU uniform and jump in with you.
Here is the Seahog. The green parts are from the Revell 1/72nd A-10, the grey parts are from a 1/72nd S-3 Viking, the floats are from an Aeroclub vacuform set and the blue is part of 1/48th Skyhawk wings. I patterned it after the Russian Be-200. More pictures on Whatifmodelers or Beyondthesprues websites. Now I just have to paint it like the latest pattern on USMC Harriers.
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