Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Figma Kuroneko Part 4

Two large extra parts for one designated pose

Some action poses from Figma Kuroneko after the introduction on her articulation design in Part 3:

The "official" pose featuring the option face part with a smirking expression and the flat left spread palm. ^^

A look at the two special option parts that were left out in Part 2:

The chair

The dark brown almost black color gives the impression that the part is actually a wooden chair, and a high-end one at that, but it's actually made of plastic. ^^

Closeups on the details.

Bottom view.

The chair can hold Sci-fi Revoltech War Machine alright, but is definitely small for him. ^^;

The "Shift Body" fixed dress part.

Closeups on the details.

The option part features the same ball-type abdomen joint as the main figure as shown in Part 3

Two "dummy" pegs occupy the slots meant for the figure's legs beneath the dress.

The pegs are removed to reveal the knee slots.

The upper body and legs of Kuroneko are detached from the default dress part, ...

... and reattached onto the "Shift Body" fixed dress part to realize the special "form". ^^

The role has shifted, with the normal dress part being the component left out by the figure. ^^

The figure can be posed sitting firmly on the chair. ^^

Gave Kuroneko her special hand units with the cup and saucer to realize the "official" pose featuring the two special option parts:

Closeups on the details:

A different "scenario" with the sitting pose:

I always view the special sitting pose, along with the two special option parts as one of the gimmicks of this Figma set. The figure herself, especially the paint work and detailing, and expressions on the face parts are more attractive to me, so I certainly don't feel that the special parts are the most important part of this set. They are certainly interesting, but are actually limited in application and don't contribute a lot to the figure's posability.

More action poses from this Figma figure coming up in the next posting, which will be the last one for this review series. ^^

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