Ditto. It looks pretty well articulated. If this turns out to be a sturdy and well balanced figure (as it looks to be), it's just really going to get under my skin. It strikes me, a little bit, like disrespect to the army-building collector community. We've asked for this for a long time, and then they put together something so close to what we want, and pull it right back away from us with this "animated style" lousiness.BobaTheFett said:This is a real heart breaker. Alongside Grievous this should have been realistic as the lack of those two leaves a HUGE hole in my CIS troops. But I won't buy either until they release well done, realistic versions.
Hey Rune, they wouldn't let me touch anything (what am I, 3?!?!?) But the best I could tell, head, shoulders, elbows, hips, knees, maybe ankles. Looks cool, but I don't believe it had anything "fancy."Rune_Haako said:What kind of articulation does it have Paul?
Maybe it's you, if you think that looks 100% movie realistic. From the short 'nose' to the different proportions on most parts (calves, for instance), it's hardly "realistic". It's just fairly detailed compared to what a droid based on the Microseries would probably be, and has kinda realistic paint apps with nice weathering & all.Cramer said:Now look, all the figures are 100% animated and the battle droid looks 100% movie realistic.
Someones drinking drano.
It isn't just him. At first glance it did look realistic to me as well. After some others have pointed out the discrepancies I guess I can see them, but maybe I'm not as nitpicky (and I truly mean that with no disrespect to anyone - I'm as anal and nitpicky as you can get when about certain things.)Toonimator said:Maybe it's you, if you think that looks 100% movie realistic.