12 Aug 2012 09:19:28
So, thought I'd do a post NOT about a translucent figure. Lol.
This is the last figure I bought from CTcon 2012.
Once again, she was completely random and boxless- but that's part of the fun is to find out who she is.
So without further a-do. Here she is:
(P.s. Playing with emotes this time.)
So, it took A LONG time for me to find out who she was. This figure has NO MARKINGS at all!
I found her by searching through anime characters with yellow ribbons in their hair.
But I finally found out who she was and I have mixed feelings.
Her name is Hayami Koharu (速水 小春) from Hinatabokko (ひなたぼっこ).
(I'm not a fan of those types of games, but I at least like cute things.)
So, it was published by Dennou Club & Tarte and heres what the game is about, for those who are curious:
Natsuki Hayami is an ordinary college student who lives with his sister-in-law. While searching for a part-time job he runs in Natsuki — manager of popular coffee shop. Her twin-sister, Hinata was his teacher, he once had a crush back in high school. For the sake of the sweet feelings he once had with Hinata, Natsuki ended up taking the job offer at her little coffee shop. He also accepted the offer to live with her. Natsuki started his new life where he shares the house with a couple more of beautiful attractive opposite sex;
Hinata's sexy twin and their pretty little sister. All of a sudden, he has a new problem; He can't decide which one he wants!! -vndb.org
Eh- I'm not interested.
The figure details are a lot nicer.
Again, it's a trading figure. (it's what I collect most.)
Manufactured by Solid Theater (ソリッドシアター) and originally sculpted by Azusa Rei (梓 零).
It originally cost 500Yen in Japan, but I bought it for 2.00$ (opened) in the US.
She's PVC and about 2.5" tall.
As I said before, this figure is ADORABLE!
I especially like how she has a little scenery around her. Her pose is cute, she's eating a fat sandwich! >3<
And she has a really funny cat next to her.
Sorry, I don't know what the sign saids.
The PVC is well made. It's pretty thick seeming, brightly painted and actually has some weight to it.
It's surprisingly high quality for being to small.
(Though you can see in the pictures, there are some bubbles in the mold and places where the paint is in the wrong place, like the white on her fingers.)
The figure can be in several pieces:
She's easily lifted from the base (nothing holds her to it.)
Her head, torso, hand/arms and legs are all separate and you can take off her ribbons to.
On the base, you can remove the sign, cat and box.
The joints are fat and hold together fantastically!
She's very solid after being put together.
Thanks for looking!