Next up we’ll knock out the arms and backpack. Again following the O ring design, the arms and shoulders feature 3 main “O” parts, where the GN Condensors will fit.
Next up we’ll take a look at the backpack, which really serves no purpose except to hold the GN drives. Looking at the design, it has two thrusters, but when you think about the power that dual GN drives are supposed to output, two thrusters seems a little… well lonely and unfit to handle the job.
With this, the inner frame is done. What’s left is the condensors and the outer armor. For the most part the arms were no problem. The shoulder connecter has a rather troublesome hologram strip that really doesn’t want to stay in place. Add in the fact that the it’s a really tight fit when connecting to the main body adds a little frustration. You need to use some power to push it onto the joint, which tends to make the hologram strip pop out. Again, the backpack is there to serve one purpose, which it does well.
So the next order of action will be to do the outer armor, which I plan on panel lining, and top coating before I move onto the GN condensors, as those come with clear parts and stickers. We’re near the end!
-PG 00 Raiser: Box B – 0 Raiser Build-
WiP Part #1 time: 1.5 hours
WiP Part #2 time: 3.0 hours
WiP Part #3 time: 1.5 hours
-PG 00 Raiser: Box A – 0 Gundam Build-
WiP Part #4: 1.5 hours
WiP Part #5: 4.0 hours
WiP Part #6: 2.0 hours
WiP Part #7: 2.0 hours