Rel Grade Studios Spent 5 Months to Build A Perfect Neo Zeong

MODELER: Relgrade Studios
Perfect Neo Zeong
MODIFICATION TYPE: 3D print, scratch built parts, conversion
KIT USED: HGUC 1/144 Neo Zeong

WORDS FROM THE MODELER: This is a Perfect Neo Zeong conversion designed from scratch, fully articulated and 3D printed with plastic and resin. The conversion kit features a hidden gimmick where the shin opens for a hidden Mega Particle Cannon

What inspired the modeler to make this project?

Making things unique has always been cool and special. And the fact that no one has made the "Perfect Neo Zeong" yet felt like the perfect opportunity to make something cool, rather than just another cool or silly wrap. The hardest part was making it feel special and look the way it was supposed to be. Everyone always says, "Oh, but it needs bellbottoms and it doesn't have enough curves. But trying to make that design work at the size and scale of the Neo Zeong is easier said than done.
It took the modeler about 5 months to build the conversion parts. The process involves redesigning the legs, which took the modeler 4-5 times to get it exactly how he wanted. Painting the kit took about a week provided everything was printed and assembled. The parts were printed using resin printers combined with PLA material and fused deposition modeling (FDM).

The legs alone each weigh about 2.7 kg (6 lbs). The total weight is over 11 kg (24 lbs). The total height is approx. 87 cm or about 34 inches even without the psycho shard expansion.


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  1. I like the boxy leg design. It goes very well with the boxy design of its arms.

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