Well, the cement has dried. That’s right, I had to use model cement on this kit. Twice, actually. The second being to get the black parts onto the front skirt.
There’s the lower half of the kit. The top half just drops on from above.
It looks cool but let’s face it the Rebawoo is no Sinanju. Even so this guy is meant to transform. Well, not really but he does have some kind of flight modes.
To start that magical transformation you take your top half.
Pull off the wings on the sides.
Bow the head forward while bringing up the front.
Take the shield and reverse the beam tomahawk handles so they point down. You can see the grenade launcher for the Sinanju rifle is attached to the shield as well.
Yes, you do use some Sinanju parts in this build.
Attach that shield to the underside of the Rebawoo.
Speaking of the Sinanju rifle, here it is.
On small adapter goes clips on.
This adaptor allows it to connect to the underside of the Rebawoo. Fold the shoulders down here too.
Swing the arms towards the back and then fold them underneath.
Now take those wings which you took off earlier and change their configuration slightly.
Then put them back on.
There ya go.
The bottom of the suit is also… interesting.
Rotate the legs at the hips so they point outwards.
Bend the knees and flip the little fin on the sides of the leg armour upwards.
Assemble two missile sets.
These missiles can go on either the bottom of the wings on the top half of the Rebawoo.
Or you have the option to put them on the hips of the bottom half of the kit.
And there you go.
I like it much better in its mobile suit form.