This is a very unplanned one…
Not bad, considering this is just an SD kit. Parts of it needed to be coloured.
The sword bits on the shield are detachable.
You can see the GN drive in the middle of the torso, detachable. The hip parts needed to be coloured blue.
The neck gives a very good range of motion.
The arm uses a ball-socket joint which gives a good range of motion but no elbow joint, sadly.
This follows it’s 1/144 version. The socket is accommodate most type of stands.
Similar to the 1/144, not mistaken.
It uses a simple ball joint to connect to the shoulder armour and contains the second GN drive unit.
The GN Sword V can become either a sword or rifle.
For a small kit, he sure can move a lot.
A good range of motion for the legs.
For range combat, the rifle mode. A carry over from the GN Sword II design.
Good thing this kit’s clear parts are translucent green.
This for added power for the Qan[T]. Now… Why the GN drive in the shield looks… empty?
Yes, the sword bits can be detached for combat purposes.
The GN drive can be actually be attached to the one in the shield, really.
The GN Sword V can increase it’s output by combining with the sword bits.
As you can see from this picture. Behold, the biggest SD sword in my collection.
You have to take out from the shoulder for it to be attached… Unlike his 1/144 cousin.
Combining the drives achieves perfect drive synchronization, aka H4X-Mode.
Good for long range attacks.
That’s one big sword… for an SD.
You DON’T want to mess with him on a bad day…
Lowe: Hey, finally. Another SD~!
Lowe: I’ll provide fire support, GO~!
And not to forget, the (sparkling green) stand.
note: WordPress is kinda funny when you use the square brackets in the pictures’ caption…