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First Frame Arms Girl
I had not been build kits for very long and I decided to try out one of the Frame Arms Girls to see ...
If you think this is just a simple recolor, think again! This utilizes the same body sculpt and melee-focus of the original Jinrai, but comes with a completely new array of MSG weapons! Featuring various swords, shoulder cannons, and throwing stars, this kit is fresh enough to warrant its own release while being familiar enough to look great with the original!
"The latest addition to the spin-off series of Kotobukiya’s original Frame Arms robot series, Frame Arms Girl, is FRAME ARMS GIRL JINRAI Indigo Ver. This model comes to life based on an illustration by Humikane Shimada where Takayuki Yanase’s mecha design is transformed into an original female character!
JINRAI is the original female character created by Humikane Shimada through modifying Frame Arms GOURAI.
A collaboration between Kotobukiya’s original Frame Arms Girl series and the stylish robot series MARUTTOYS!
Featuring a sporty color theme, this set product contains a NOSERU with newly-sculpted... (learn more)
Shadow Tiger, the Frame Arms designed by Yoji Shinkawa (KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS Co., Ltd.) is reborn as a Frame Arms Girl, designed by Yoji himself!
The model was sculpted by Katsuhiko Hori, who has bro... (learn more)
In a collaboration between Frame Arms Girl and Kotobukiya's original character Nipako, an all-new model kit is born: FRAME ARMS GIRL ARCHITECT NIPAKO VER.
This unit's design is based on the origina... (learn more)
Jeanne (or Gene) from the mobile game spinoff of the popular online RPG Phantasy Star Online 2 by SEGA games, Phantasy Star Online 2es, is now available as a fully articulated plastic model kit! The g... (learn more)
Frame Arms? Girls. Megami Device? Girls. Macross?? Girls! Gundams??? Girls!!!! What's next!!! LBX?? No one's done that yet!! DO IT NOW!!
Once again, Kotobukiya is blazing the trail of model kit gir... (learn more)
Here's an interesting little combination release! Similar in size and proportion to the Desktop Army Gourai, this fully buildable Frame Arms Girl Sylphy blends the line between chibi figure and model ... (learn more)
First-party aftermarket support for Frame Arms Girl kits? Awesome! These wrist joint parts are available in three different colors, and they improve on the stability, smoothness, and strength of the o... (learn more)
Frame Arms Girl Magatsuki is based on the Frame Arms model of the same name designed by ToMo and transformed into an original female character illustrated by E-ji Komatsu. And now, a variation kit of ... (learn more)
The total height is about 125 mm. A cute sister with the smallest size in the series.
Newly developed body structure. You can enjoy the display in a pose that sits on the ground. By dividing the to... (learn more)
First Frame Arms Girl
I had not been build kits for very long and I decided to try out one of the Frame Arms Girls to see how they look and are built. I decided on the Jinrai Indigo version as it was the one that looked the coolest to me. As some on who had only built high grades so far opening the box to see the 24ish runners was kind of intimidating. But I went at it and built it by myself. It was a decent build. I liked how everything came together for the most part. The main issue I had with the kit was the some parts were really tight when you tried to put them together and would not fit. I spent like 5 or so mins working on putting two pieces of the upper part of the arms together on each of her arms. Over all it was a great kit, but not something I would suggest for a beginner or some one starting out with kit. I also do not know if it was just that specific kit that hard that issue or if other ones have that issue as well.
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Frame Arms Girl is a spin-off of Kotobukiya's original Frame Arms model kit series.
The Frame Arms Girl series combines the customizability of the plastic model kits with the aesthetics of our Ani*Statues. The kits come with multi-colored parts and face parts pre-printed with tampography, making them easy to assemble with no paint required. Equipped with the signature 3mm joints and PVC hands from the Frame Arms series, Frame Arms Girls can be used with a variety of parts from the M.S.G (Modeling Support Goods) and Frame Arms series.
All of the subsequent models will come with interchangeable heads, arms, and legs, allowing you to create your own customized Frame Arms Girl!
Here's the spinoff series of Kotobukiya's original robot designs, Frame Arms!
This Frame Arms Girl was designed by Mr. Yanase Takayuki and is based off illustrations by Shimada Fumikane!
This release focuses on melee weapons and features an array of blades and close-range weapons!
Four pre-painted face parts with different expressions are included (looking right, looking left, looking forward, screaming).
Includes newly sculpted hair and hair accessories, allowing for three different hairstyles.
The face parts are pre-painted, allowing users to build a model that closely resembles the character illustration.
A number of weapons, including newly sculpted throwing stars, are included in a special color scheme.
By combining the swinging movement of the waist joint and the sliding movement of the hip joint, the model has a wide range of flexibility.
The hand parts are attached with ball joints, allowing you to pose the hands in a variety of expressions.
The model kit includes five sets of PVC hand parts. The hand parts, including the joints, are compatible with the other hand parts within the Frame Arms Girl series.
The included left arm and left leg can be exchanged to recreate a model faithful to the original illustration.
The kit includes decals for the eyes and other markings.
The 3mm connection points on the arms and legs are compatible with parts from the existing M.S.G series and Frame Arms series.