Pepacon '07 report by dotubo

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  1. tikitiki_m

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    He reports us the show case.
    "http://dotubo.cocolog-nifty.com/photos/07/001.html"

    You could see Hi-Nu Gundam in this link, but it wasn't sold at the place.
    June gave assembled model to dotubo after wonder festival and he brought it to show.
  2. laruru

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    Thanks for the info.
    Seeing those amazing crafts has made my day. I'm as excited as if I had my morning coffee. I'm off to a good start today!
    The demonbane blood papercraft is sold for 2000 yen. And i wonder how much Hi-Nu Gundam is?
    Not that I have the sufficient budget to afford it, it's just my curiousity.sign1
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    Hi-Nu Gundam has never sold in the show case, no one has the template.
    If he will sell the kit, I think it's price will be over 8000 JPY.
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    8000 yen. Definitely will be out of budget! sign1
    Yup, I've heard about June never sold the template and nobody has it.

    but, curious enough, recently I came accross a Hi-nu Gundam template. It has the similarity of June's Hi-nu, colours and all. But I doubt it was "THE" Hi-nu, if you know what I mean.
    Unless June knows Korean, then it wasn't the genuine (or should I say legendary?) hi-nu template.
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    Your finding template is made by Korean, he was inspired by June's model and made his Hi-Nu model.
    But if you have June's Hi-Nu bust model, you would find your Hi-Nu template is different from June's one.
  6. laruru

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    ah, I see. Thanks for telling me that.
    I don't have June's Hi-Nu bust model, that's why I don't know where's the difference.

    ah, one thing that crossed my head,
    Other than having papermodels exhibition, what else does the pepacon have in their agenda/schedule?
    I seem can't find the report on Dotubo's blog.
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    >I seem can't find the report on Dotubo's blog.
    ??
    I show the link at 1st post.
    You could see photos in the site.
  8. laruru

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    What I meant was, there's no written report on the link you posted.
    I could see the photos in the blog gallery report.

    In anime conventions, they have cosplay sessions, interview sessions, exhibition booths, panel discussions.

    I wanted to know what stuff they have in pepacon. thus I went to the blog's main page: ã©ã¤ã¼ã®è¶£å‘³ã®ãƒ–ログ to look for more report on the pepacon. but to no avail.
    That's why I was asking what else do they have in pepacon and I couldn't find the (written) report in dotubo's blog.
    kinda don't make sense, sorry. somehow, my english is stuck when comes to writing it.
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    Pepacon means paper craft only convention.
    The photos and texts(under the photos) tell us all , there were only assembled paper models and some sold templates at the place.
    There was a Entertainment this year 1st time, you could see some figures on white table.
    It's difficult for me to explain what they were doing , but it's kind of paper figure's "Sumo".
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    thanks for the explanation.

    paper figure's sumo.
    hmm... must've missed that one. Will take another closer look on the pictures.