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I want this!nmmnmmmmmmnm
Preorder January 2021
at this point i gotta collect all the RG Eva kits
Looks nice, but way more fragile than advertised I fully admit that I'm pretty new to model kits, having only ever done a few, and this was my first RG kit, and while building it was fine and an enjoyable 6ish hour experience, the part after it was where all the headache was. My biggest issue with the actual build outside of the over fragility is the hip which is this weird sorta rotating disc that just doesn't lock into place fully, so it's very easy for the whole body to just slump over if you move the legs just a little bit too much. As for actually posing it, it just does not want to move without something popping off. I tried to get it into a position similar to the 4th image in the slideshow above and the arms just would not get into the position necessary, on top of the legs not being able to hold that position without the hip just giving out.
For a kit that is marketed as something with a lot of pose-ability and articulation, this thing just loves to fall apart at the slightest touch. I was cleaning and had to move this only for a part to fall off, once I reattached the part, another one fell off. Took me about half an hour to fix it completely and put it back into a somewhat decent pose. For reference, had to move a $15 HG model I bought at the same time as this one and didn't have an issue with that at all, held up just fine.
While this kit looks nice at the very least, posing it is such a frustrating thing to do, and just doesn't want to move in the way it looks like it was advertised to, and for $50, it's hard to say whether or not I got my money's worth. It could be that I'm just new and doing something wrong, which could be the case! But nonetheless, this was my experience with it, so I'd say if you're new to model kits maybe go for something else, and if you're experienced, and maybe you know ways around the issues had, it could be worth the time and money cause I do love the design and overall look of this kit, just not the frustrations I had with it.
Finishing: Top Coat/Super Clear
You don't need cement.
You don't need paint.
Recommended for 15 years & up