WWRp Bramble MK2 Linkin Park Exclusive

WWRp Bramble MK2 Linkin Park exclusive Review

This video review of the WWRp Bramble MK2 Linkin Park exclusive was recorded on a whim. Watch at your own risk. Lol.

Armed with Canon EOS 7D but with no tripod, we (the hubby and I) made this video after the Little TP fell asleep waaay past midnight. ^^; Headache and/or dizzy spells may be experienced after watching. But since it’s my first time to do this, please don’t hate me and go easy with the comments. Haha.

Thank you! Happy Monday!

Photos via Good Smile

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8 Responses to “WWRp Bramble MK2 Linkin Park Exclusive”


  1. Hoshiko says:

    Haha, I don’t any of us will hate you. It’s a good video for your first attempt.

    This bramble is really cool. I like the rusty, grudgy look of it. And based on your review here, it’s very detailed too. I am still amazed that the bags can really be opened. Cool stuff.

    1. xine says:

      Awww, you’re too nice, Hoshiko ^^ Appreciate you taking the time to watch my review.

      Yeah, threeA did an amazing job with this Bramble. I’d really hope to get more threeA stuff in the future.

  2. softz says:

    Hey Xine!! I enjoy this video, you have a clear voice. I don’t know what Linkin Park has to do with this robot. But, the robot really looks great. The weathering effect and that Gatling gun are simply wow! :D

    Great stuff!

    1. xine says:

      Thank you softz! Nice to know you enjoyed watching it. Linkin Park collaborated with threeA for this charity effort. It is an awesome robot indeed. ^^

  3. Wieselhead says:

    Now I’m sitting here being impressed by this little tin guy. I didn’t expect it would be that poseable, these fingers are great and he even has a cute little head.

    The paintjob and the dry brush effects let it appear as if it is made of metal, is it by chance?

    The video was nice to show the size of him and to imagine the look and feel.

    1. xine says:

      Hi Wieselhead. It’s actually plastic. Not sure what type but the paint job makes it look like real metal. Thanks!


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