Decided to redesign this one trying with a better proportioned model. The upper chest and legs are done however I'm expecting to have to redo them due to the chest reconstruction that will most likely change the proportions.
About this creation
A nice redesign of and already created eva with more tweaks than the original and a few extras.
My 00Qan[T] is built off of the same base as the Heavyarms. Since it was possible to build the 00 Qan[T] off of it, it should in theory be possible to build the Exia or Harute off it. You are welcome to have a go at it. The frame is on this page if you can't find it on mine. http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=448250
I agree with down below i have even tried to create exia it was too hard because of the flimsy body of the exia there are lots of narrow parts of exia with loads articulation within them i should post my gundams but the is too much effort good luck :L
Exia would prove to be a great challenge for any builder (I don't dare attempt it--it looks way too complicated for me to do). Really, go for whatever one appeals to you--you can't really go wrong with that. I'll be working on the Gundam 00 Qan[T] from the Gundam 00 Theatrical Movie once I finish with my Gundam Heavyarms Custom. If you have any questions or anything, feel free to ask them--I'll always do my best to help. On a different note, trying to duplicate GYUTAK's work, might not only prove impossible to replicate in LDD, it also might not be the best fit for your Gundam's body type either. Not every frame works for every Gundam (take my word for it). There are huge differences in body proportions between the original RX-78-2 Gundam and the Gundam Exia, or any Gundam from Gundam 00. Your best bet is to try and figure out your own style of building that best suits what you want to convey. Also, consider what you want out of your Gundam: poseability? playability? Carry a minifig? Details? Accurate proportions? Are you trying to accurately re-create all the various gimmicks on the Gundam, such as hidden weapons or moving parts? There is a lot to take into consideration. With most Gundams you won't be able to cram all of the above into one model, so you have make compromises. For example, you might be able to get all the details and gimmicks and proper proportions into the gundam that you want, only to discover that it can't stand on its own anymore, or that its so huge that you can't play with it. This would be the first thing to keep in mind when building gundams.