1/8 Pastel Ink Popup vignette, made by Good Smile Company, from the Moetan series. So far this is one of the most complicated figurine to assemble.. (which was held by char rhousemann before..). BUT one thing to say for this figurine, SUGOKU KAWAII~. Best GSC figurine ever created so far :O
The quality of this figurine is superior good, the sculpt and the painting are exceptional! (spots from the picture is actually dust from my camera, it’s not from the figurine 🙁 )
the ribbons are detachable, very pretty, but also a little fragile ^^;
Her hand is exchangeable. She comes with 2 right hands. One hand to hold the wand, and the other one for holding nothing.
She comes with 2 bases, one is ordinary plain blue base and the other one is customized base. The customized base, is the best base I’ve ever seen since my collecting days… huge, detailed, and pretty! the left jellyfish, ark-kun and the surfer are detachable.
and also putting ark-kun there is that easy…, when you do it, insert the peg to ark kun first before you plug it to the base.
The book is very detailed, you can read the text (click the image to see larger image). It’s the japanese english learning book. You can see the explanation “figure”, “hobby”, “collect”, “wonder”, and “witch”.
Overall this figurine is nice, a must buy. BEST figurine quality I’ve ever seen 🙂 another great job done by Good Smile.
Nikon D40, Sigma 150mm F2.8 Macro HSM Lens, Nikon Speedlight SB600
Good Smile Company
in stock @ HLJ
ps: Tried to clean my camera sensor yesterday, but failed… now my sensor has more dust in it *cry* I need to buy some cleaning pack, any recommendation? I’m leaning towards sensor-swabs right now.., or should I just bring my camera to camera clinic? ($80 for cleaning sensor, ouch)
Update 11 May 08
Took another photos of this figurine here