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Bandai Hobby #07 RX-178 Gundam MK II (Titans) 1/144, Real Grade
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- Features of a MG and PG kit at lower price
- Molded in separate colors, no paint required
- Easy to snap together, no glue required
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Modelo en escala del los mecha de la serie de anime "Mobile Suit Gundam". Las piezas ensamblan a presion y vienen moldeadas en color por lo que no se requiere de pegamento o pinturas para su terminado. Los modeles son totalmente articulados y transformables, y un vez armados varian, segun el nivel de detalles y de escalas, de unos 13 cms. hasta 18 cms de alto aproximadamente. Cada kit viene con su instructivo a color con las piezas en sus bolsas originales selladas. Fabricado por Bandai.
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The kit is ingeniously engineered in that it has a a high level of detail, plentiful articulation and armor separation gimmicks while having a build process that should be easy for anyone who has built a few HG kits to follow, just keep in mind you'll be dealing with smaller pieces more often than a HG and it has a inner frame which will seem a bit intimidating on the runner but it's actually really simple to use, gives the kit a actual skeleton allowing for unrivaled posability and means you don't have to deal with any pesky polycaps
The use of color separation on the weapons is also a refreshing change from HG kits, on the HG MK II the rifle and blaster are only grey while the RG uses multiple colored pieces to achieve animation accuracy. The Gundam also uses black and two shades of blue throughout every part of it but the backpack to give it some great visual complexity.
My only real gripes about this kit is that they didn't opt to include clear green pieces for the sensors on the weapons like they did with the chest sensors and head and instead opt for stickers My second is the mesh tube used on the upper leg, the mesh tubes you'll put in the lower leg and back is simple enough but the ones for the upper leg will take a couple tries to get right, they also only give you almost exactly all that's required for the build so be careful with your measurements when cutting them out, I feel Bandai could have made this process a lot easier by having these pieces pre cut out. In the end the pieces do look nice and help sell the idea of this being a real palm size mecha ready to come alive any second.
One thing to keep in mind about the dark plastics this kit uses all over will leave some obvious whiteish nub marks but you can very easily use a black gundam (in my case I used the ultra fine panel lining marker) to cover them up
Do you like the MK II? Do you like the RG line? Do you like the Titans colors? If your answer is yes to any or all of these three questions then this kit is the kit for you because it is all of those.
If you are a beginner I would suggest you start with the HG kit, maybe the HG Revive and work your way up to the RG since this is fairly complex and overwhelming for some. If not it's ok, just take your time and pay attention to what you are doing. If you can't read Japanese the pictograms tell the story on how to build it fairly easily.
The cons: I can't find any.
The pro's: I just got another one because of reasons.
It comes with a fully articulate inner frame and great color apps and a few accessories. The model itself moves easily and can achieve some great dynamic poses without an action base. The pieces fit together well, some a bit loose, but nothing a bit of super glue and patience won't fix.
If you're willing to spend the time to panel line and decal the kit, prepare to take several hours to finish this kit. Previous builders of real grades will find this frame to be refreshing and solid compared to the ones before. While it is sort of a low blow that bandai pulled just to recast in a different color, they include several option parts. The clear green missing from the scope and present in the eyes and chest is a luxury in my mind as there used to never be clear green. Some master grades still don't get clear green. As for the beams this is a pretty annoying let down, but thankfully you can buy some pink beams or use some from another kit.
Personally I painted this kit with a few cans of spray paint and flat coated it this took be a good 20 hours of work, but it was well worth it and very relaxing. If you or the person you are buying this for enjoys putting things together, working with their hands or just gundam in general, this is a great buy. Real grade kits truly hit the best price point with great play value and craftsmanship. Good luck to all builders and have fun!