I am kinda lazy right now, and haven’t finished my MG ARF too, drat. So i did some photo shot on my D-Arts Izanagi, might as well write a review about it. D-Arts is a new line up in Bandai Tamashii Nations, CMIIW, i just got into action figures not that long ago so i don’t know much about this world and what is going on.
The most anticipated tales series after vesperia finally got a localization. It is actually a port from Wii game, Tales of Graces, that yet be localized despite the game released back in 2009. With some tweak and new additional story, thus Tales of Graces F born.
The head and arms unit are finished! Yay. And my tamiya spray had arrived so i painted the gold parts for katans too.
Let’s save the katanas for later, and here are the head and arms unit.
Finished the body unit. It was really fun build, especially the inner frame, magnificent. The concept of this MS itself is awesome, exposing a lots of inner frame. The armors are just “decoration” that add the aesthetic value of this Gundam if i should say. The engineering of this kit is good too, Bandai did a job well done to hide the nub marks, and i didn’t even need to sanding the nubs to get the result that i desired. Kudos Bandai, and me hahaha.
The first time i saw this kit, was back then when i came over to my friend’s house. And i saw ARF standing in his shelve looking mighty, it looks like a samurai and just wow, it is so unorthodox ( the hell, a gundam wields katana ? o_0 ). Soo different from all the gundam that i’ve ever seen. And last week i had a
chance, money to pick this gunpla, so here we go.