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A little tricky, a little loose, but fun! I'm new to Gunpla, and even though I read the reviews of this kit I purchased it anyway because I lo ...
Super Cool!!! I personally loved this the only issue I had was the hands.
Beautiful kit but it's not perfect I grabbed this kit because the design and look are absolutely beautiful but the kit does have issues ...
Needs some love to get it 100% right. First of all the design is something i love to death, but i cant say that id recommend this kit at all unless you love the design like i do. This kit has missing colors which are remedied by stickers which is a no no for me. Some of the wepons are way to heavy for the arms so they sag over time. Overall this kit aesthetic is amazing and all of its gimmicks are also amazing, but to get this kit to do what you want you need a little experience.
decked out crossbone Loads of accessories, highly posable, and only cons being a loose cloth connection and weak connection for holding the larger weapons.
A little tricky, a little loose, but fun! I'm new to Gunpla, and even though I read the reviews of this kit I purchased it anyway because I love this design. However, you can believe the criticism - it's on the loose side - a few of the "cloak panels" don't totally stay on, etc. BUT, I love it. I really do. I imagine that someone with more skill than I have could tweak the kit and work out the kinks, but for a 2nd-timer, I just rolled with it.
Bottom line - this kit is fun, has a ton of weapons, gimmicks, etc., but is not the most sturdy build.
MG Crossbone Full Cloth The MG Crossbone Full Cloth gundam, is in my opinion a very bad kit. The Crossbone Gundams are a very good design in the MG model line but the inner frame is very light so it can support much. That lone factor is this kits biggest downfall. Adding all that extra weight with the full cloth the frame just cant support it. On top the that the little Dracula style collar is has isnt even attached. It just sits overtop of the beam saber holsters and between the head, thus reducing the head articulation and the frustrating action of parts falling off. That and the two smaller cloth sections by the chest arent even attached. They just slide in some grooves in the chest and the friction less hatch barely holds it in place, so even breathing near this kit causes them to fall off. On top of all of that, it cant even hold most of its weapons. It's a very cool and bad ass looking kit, but just isnt that great sadly. 2/10, would not reccomend. Better getting any of the other MG Crossbones over this one.
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don’t need cement.
You don’t need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up
I'm new to Gunpla, and even though I read the reviews of this kit I purchased it anyway because I love this design. However, you can believe the criticism - it's on the loose side - a few of the "cloa ...
I personally loved this the only issue I had was the hands. ...