I received the Super Duck set030 Cosplay A2 together with a TBL S4B, and only just got it put together.
Firstly, the head sculpt seems somewhat different in features compared to the company's original advertisement. The good thing is that the head tone matches the TBL Pale body exactly, unlike their ad.
The outfit is made out of a 2 piece rubber suit with black fabric backing (does it stain???), the top and the pants. The choice of Super Duck's design seem obvious to solve the fine body hugging details of the A2 outfit. And so, they ended up printing the black details over a matching TBL Pale skin coloured 2 piece rubber suit. I wonder how long this material will last; if it will disintegrate after 5 years???!!!
With the TBL silicon body well covered with talcum powder, it still took me a while to get the outfit on the S4B. For those who are going to attempt this, please take care not to tear the little rubber details at the bottom edging of the top piece. A tiny little corner detail of mine actually tore partly due to my handling, trying to pull the top in place, so I managed to glued the detail back in place with UHU glue.
Because I used the S4B body, it was an effort to get the pants up through the seamless feet. I had to fold the bottom of the pants upwards over the feet/heel to slowly get it all through and carefully. I would recommend using a TBL S10D instead, as the removable feet would save you some trouble, besides the free-standing stability of the figure.
The back of the pants doesn't finish off very seamlessly with the body (it won't go further over the butt and does not hug the shape of the butt either, thus leaving a gap), and so the overlapping of the details between the top and the pants is untidy to me. You can also see the creases of the outfit material which gives it all away. Not very nice!
The shoes are just high heels, which work better with the S10D removable feet. It was a little struggle to get the soft S4B seamless feet heels into these. The rubber pants overlap to cover up any exposed ankles.
The large weapon is rather well detailed with the lion (or demon?) head on both sides of the blade tip.
The HS looks quite good here, I believe, as long as half of her face is covered by her hair! That's my opinion of the sculpt any way.
I've never played Neir Automata, but after watching one Youtube commentary on its design/creation, I was quite impressed by the philosophical aspects that went into the design and story of the game.