Desktop Army – Sylphy [Stryker] Frame Arms Girl non-scale plastic model kit by Kotobukiya

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Kotobukiya is going to release the Frame Arms Girl ( フレームアームズ・ガール ) Sylphy ( シルフィー ) [Stryker] ([ストライカー]) non-scale plastic model kit from the original series of Megahouse “Desktop Army” ( デスクトップアーミー ). Will be released in February 2019. Around 110mm tall, 4,800 yen. Kit is NOT pre-painted nor completed.

  • You can order this item here:


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——Description from Manufacturer——

The next entry in the collaboration series between Kotobukiya’s original “Frame Arms Girl” series and Megahouse’s Desktop Army is SYLPHY [STRYKER]!

Designed by BLADE, SYLPHY [STRYKER]’s character design is transformed into the unique style of the models from the Frame Arms Girl series!

  • A new mold for the Frame Arms Girl series, this model portrays Sylphy in her “STRYKER” form
  • BLADE’s uniquely proportioned character design is expertly rendered into the Frame Arms Girl format
  • Despite being smaller than the maority of the Frame Arms Girls, the model has several points of articulation giving the model a wide range of movement
  • The thigh joints can be moed up and down, giving the model a wide range of movement.
  • The anchors on the back of the model’s feet are expandable to give the model extra stability when standing.
  • The kit includes three interchangeable tampo printed face part [looking left, >.< , and crying] that are also compatible with other Frame Arms Girls.
  • The face parts are pre-painted for easy assembly with no paint required.
  • The kit also includes one blank face part.
  • The model comes with a neck joint that is also compatible with head parts from Kotobukiya’s Megami Device line.
  • The kit comes with a specially designed Desktop Army base.
  • The kit includes extra decals for the eyes.
  • The shoulders, arms and legs are equipped with 3mm joints making it compatible with parts from the Desktop Army series as well as Kotobukiya’s M.S.G and Frame Arms series.

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Kotobukiya has a simple guide of how to build a FAG plastic model. It is written in Japanese but you can still get a very good idea on how to build the model even if you don’t know any Japanese. You might have a hard time understand it tho if you never build any plastic model kit before.