Visually good, exactly like pictures. However, functionally it's clunky and hard to pose. The hands are very fragile feeling and body parts fall off easily. Still, once you've got it into the pose you want it is a very nice reference for drawing.
I was very pleased with the condition of the packages when I received Body Kun and Body Chan in, and was also very happy when they arrived a whole month early. But the problems where also in many
The only problems where that:
- The joints (especially shoulders) just snap when you put pressure on them, (but they can be put back together easily, which is good)
- Body Chan is so incredibly fragile she just falls apart so easily, and her hips definitely are no where near as flexible as a normal womans.
- The wrists on both keep breaking when i change hands.
- All of the instructions are in Japanese. (Wish I knew that before I ordered it).
- The stands don't contest into them properly because the holes in their backs are to small.
But all up I do recommend Body Kun and Body Chan as though their are many things I hate about them, they still are better than nothing.