Thank you! You assume right, it is non articulated. I *guess* you could try to force a bit the leg's position, and perhaps a bit the arms, but that's all; the model is "deformed" to look nice in this pose, so changing it could make some parts look a bit odd.
It's strange, I find always find myself far more interested in doing a fully articulated "action figure" than a statue... even though I know it's going to be a lot more work and likely not look as good when displayed... :/
I've but a few articulated models built, usually models come in a fixed pose and that's it. As far as I remember at the time I built this one, it was one of the most detailed and nicely designed that I could find (for Valkyries that's it).
There are some nice models which are "posable" at build time, but they're not articulated; although they're bigger than I want them to be (I've not enough room to store big models). Then you've Gundams, which are amazing and many of them are articulated.
I so understand you... I know I've more models that I'd like to build than the ones I'll be able to do in my lifetime. Good luck with the Unicorn Julius models are excellent (I want to start building the ED-209, not to mention the war machine he is designing now) *sigh* I'm depressed now