Now, the last part of the WIP for SD ExS.
Yes, this SD had a knee joint. You could cut a bit of the part that blocks it’s rear movement. Note, the yellow part here is the joint for the ankle. You could, in theory, remove some parts that blocks the joint so it can move fore and back. But then, posing still maybe an issue (might get loose, yo~).
For an SD, the pelvic-thigh part is somewhat like some of the recent 1/144 HGUC kits. The PC part here is for sticking into figure stands, it’s a space-based MS, you’ll needed for it’s poses.
Seam lines are abundant. Literally all over the place. Then again, MC Model are using late 90’s style of molding, like my SD Cyber Wing Zero. Will all the rich details, it’s forgivable. =D
Seriously, the manual DOES need some fine-tuning. Yes, I nearly did put the seals UPSIDE-DOWN.
I know that the ExS has four thrusters, but… I was stumped at first why they gave five. Until it hit me… *noticed a knife stuck to his head*
Since these are small parts, especially the hinges, we might tend to lose them. MC Model had the foresight in supplying us replacement parts. Kudos to them. (p.s. I’d lost of one the hinges by accident, as it flew off when I was cutting it out…)
This is where some people might get some issues. You need to ensure that the slanted part is facing up in merging with the baffle part (the one in white).
A magnificent looking SD, and it had took me great deal of time to finish it. Posing him can be an issue due to the heavy “school bag” and “water bottles” at the sides.
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