Next to Goose Mark was Elektro Gigante, with CDs of 3D data for Ma.K.
On to SF Media's table with...
.. this superbe rendition of the Mercenary Army One Man Pod...
... and this Strahl Army Hover Bike, both straight out the Ma.K Sketchbook.
Both were sold out at the end of the day. Congratulations and keep the good work!
Arpeggio was next, with their gorgeous machined engine bells...
and their even more gorgeous machine engine belles.
(Wow, am I inspired or what?)
If womanly curves are not your cup of thinner, how about trying some of these boxes?
With two types (A and B) and four sizes (1/16, 1/20, 1/35 and 1/48) you should be able to find something that fits you, I am sure (but how about larger, enhanced sizes, such as 1/12, 1/8, and even 1/6?).
In fact, these boxes were made by cutting them out of an original bag they have made for the occasion. By the way, Brickworks is the name of the company branding the ladies.
Speaking of works, DrunkDog Works and Saruya was my next stop, with a lonely Lunar PKA.
Apparently, he was so lonely he sucked on his thumb too much...
At the table across from them was SUS4 SYSTEM, with fine grade wire springs and 1/35 Medusa for sale.
I really think this yet another very cool design of Sensei's, superbly mastered by Hide-san.
Hide-san was showcasing a Q4 1/20 Gladiator he built and painted. Just jaw-dropping!