Hi V Gundham Gone Monday

Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by Amazyah, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. Getter1

    Getter1 Active Member

    Good point. Later on I might try to find the bolg page where June was talking about that.

  2. modelnutz7

    modelnutz7 Member

    Hi V Gundam

    Hi Guys,

    I've just downloaded the files for the model but J is corrupted, I only get the very top of the sheet the rest Is black.

    I have downloaded twice with no joy, can anyone send me this sheet Please?


  3. Amazyah

    Amazyah Senior Member

    Out of all the complaints I have heard about the file being corrupted, 100% of them were fixed on the third download.
    Don't ask me why, I have no idea. Maybe it is just a matter of timing.
    I think so many people are trying to get it before it's too late and the server ends the download early.

    Try one more time.

  4. Getter1

    Getter1 Active Member

    Alright I found the bolg entry on June's site that I had read a while back (mind you Google translated Japanese is nearly unreadable). Here's the link to the page but curiously the entry has been crossed out (but still readable). Follow the link below and look in past log, November 2005.


    I may have misunderstood as it appears that he applied for a copyright to produce his 1/60 Ground Gundam as meantioned in past log, April 2006.

    Perhaps he and others only have these kits up for such a short period in order to hinder potential pirates and their loyal followers would be the ones who were aware of it's release in the 1st place. So all in all it's more likely a protection stradegy.

    Oh modelnutz7 If you PM me with an e-mail addy I can send you the pages that got corrupted as I was able to download the Hi-Nu with no problems.

    Getter 1
  5. Amazyah

    Amazyah Senior Member

    I think you hit the nail on the head with that one.
    That makes a lot of sense.

  6. xyberz

    xyberz Member

    Still kinda strange that you can actually copyright something that another company owns the full rights to, unless somehow he contacted Bandai to strike up some deal with them in order to sell the models in the first place.

    That's the only way I could really see it happening and him being able to sell a model. Otherwise it'd be a pirate of the copyrighted character owned by Bandai in general.

    Also I hope that the instructions on this model doesn't go down when the model gets taken offline. I've only copied the first part, the head, and put all the pictures and translated the info into a Word document. The pictures are such high quality that the file size is already 7MB and it's only the first part of 14 total. It's gonna be a huge instruction file when I finally copy it all. Gotta make sure I do it all by tonight just in case he takes that down with the model as I'd hate having to figure it out the hard way, trial and error.
  7. TheWebdude

    TheWebdude Just a Member

    In Japan you can acquire limited sales copyrights/permits (for a fee of course). These are usually for the duration of festivals/conventions like Wonderfest and allow designers to sell their works under strict guidelines as far as duaration goes.

    As far as Bandai or any other company having copyright over a brand (Gundam) it does not mean one cannot establish copyright for a paper or card model pattern of the same Gundam.
  8. xyberz

    xyberz Member

    You mean that they probably got some rights from the company in order to sell the models in the first place?

    Otherwise, I wonder how it would be done. :???:
  9. TheWebdude

    TheWebdude Just a Member

    I don't know the specific details of the practice, only that it does exist and seems to be specific to Japan.
  10. kaitain

    kaitain New Member

    I've got all the instructions as 14 individual PDFs, if anyone needs them, albeit in the original language. It might save some extra leg work.


  11. kaitain

    kaitain New Member

    Instruction pages as PDFs

    As I'm new to the forums, I'm assuming its ok for me to post these. They are the 14 instruction pages turned into PDFs using the tool I mentioned in my first post. This post contains parts 1 - 5, and so on.

    Each was expanded to include the step-by-step images before doing the print run, and are between 200kb - 400kb each.

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    Hope that they prove useful.



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  12. kaitain

    kaitain New Member

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    kaitain New Member

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  14. Amazyah

    Amazyah Senior Member

    Thank you kaitain.
    This will be a big help to many, I am sure.

  15. rlc321

    rlc321 Gundam designer wannabe

    kaitain i want to add THANK YOU very much i gave up trying to down load every single picture you have done us all great service. thank you again.
    and welcome to the site i hope you enjoy ir here as much as i have.
  16. fktco00007

    fktco00007 New Member

  17. rlc321

    rlc321 Gundam designer wannabe

    english instructions

    i just sat for two hours making a english version of the instructions for the sd hi v model i hope its helpful:grin: :grin: :grin:
    and thankyou to the member who uploaded the original instructions without them i couldnt have made this.

    cant seem to upload the pdf its only 4.02mb so should but if you need them jus pm me and i will gladly send them.

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