Tuesday, 23 August 2011

HCM Pro Freedom Gundam











There's a repost to recap the grace of Freedom Gundam which I had retaken the pic to enhance your view pleasure. This is my very first HCM pro as well as my first Freedom Gundam figure so it's rather significant. Even though I prefer bigger toy, I kind of like the details and articulation of HCM Pro figurines. The imperfection would be some panel lines appearing thick and difficulty handling this delicate toy with my clumsy hands. Nevertheless the toy is very posable and it comes with a clear display stand. There are surprisingly numerous points of articulation from limbs to funnels. The weapons of this toy alike model kit, comes attached to tree. The biggest problem to me is still the size, you really need to have slow and steady hands to pose the toy.

10 comments:

LEon said...

Look good esp the last photo with the firing effect. Ya it take lot of time to take the photo of the toy just right... but it is rewarding. :)

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Thx! Will take sometime posing the toy. But they are enjoyable moments. Ha! Ha!

on_o said...

Great job with the final 3 pictures bro. When I saw that, a voice in my mind shouts "Stella~~~!" (NOT the Tiger beer one...)

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Ha! Ha! Actually the Tiger G Stella is quite good too! Must be shouting 'Stella' when you were going through her photo gallery. Lol...

canopy said...

Hmm, since I haven't got the chance to get an HCM... what's actually make it different from the usual gunpla (I mean like HG or MG)?

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

HCM Pro is more of a toy rather than model kit, with everything preprinted. HCM Pro is a miniature figure which is till date the most articulated Gundam action figures.

sl619 said...

HCM pro is really hard to pose, job well done bro! does the freedom come with the stabbing light effect as well?

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Oh yes, HCM Pro sure is difficult to pose. Yup the figure comes with the stabbing light effect to encourage collectors to but Destroy Gundam.

chubbybots said...

Love the action poses together with Destroy gundam!! Personally I would do some inking on the freedom to bring out some of the details! Think it will enhance the look!

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Good to hear from you back blogging. Agree you on the lining. However, unlike model kits, I usually don't panel lines my toys and keep them as it is.

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