I would Blog more....

But exams have a way of making you study...

Phong Chang, widely known on MocPages as a superior mecha builder, demonstrates his power with his Armored Core: C-397G Vulcan.

I've been watching Phong's creations since I started MocPages way back then. I've missed a couple of his since I got flickr. Note to self: always check MocPages for extremely talented builders who have not joined flickr.

1 comment:

Phong Chang said...

Hello, this is Phong. I've recently improved much further in mecha and have created MOCs to make this guy look like child's play. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/114267

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