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Gunpla TV – Figure-riseLABO Kotori Minami

Another great creation from Bandai has arrived: Figure-riseLABO Kotori Minami from “Love Live!”. Kotori’s sparkling dress makes for a stunning plastic version of organdie fabric, and the glossy finishes, glitter, and detailed plastic injection really make for a beautiful finished product. This ‘kit’ has the quality of a figure, and is great fun to put together. Join Dave to take a closer look at this amazing display of Bandai’s technology!

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Figure-riseLABO Kotori Minami

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  1. The series really continues to impress, detail is amazing and can’t see any outstanding seamlines! Truly amazing!

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  2. this is a kit?

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    • Yes, it is!

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  3. Those balloons are particularly impressive, I could almost believe they’re tiny pieces of foil filled with helium. The plastic effect and the sculpt on them in tandem is very impressive indeed.

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  4. Thanks for the review

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  5. like the balloon design

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  6. The quality of the kit is amazing, the plastic texture for each color is different and some of it has amazing detail work (like the transparent cloth).

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  7. looks nice

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  8. It is amazing how far we have come with plastic injection.

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  9. Amazing~! Thank you!

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  10. You’re right, this doesn’t look like a model kit at all to me. Great quality.

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  11. That dress looks so yummy. And I wish those balloons would look good with some of my gunpla.

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