Welcome to this week’s bi-monthy figure review. Today we are looking at Racing Miku 2018 produced by Aquamarine!
Hello again with another figure review! I am attempting to try and do 2 reviews a month so we’ll see how that goes. Today we will be looking at ALTER’s figures of Miria Akagi and Chie Sasaki in their YES PARTY TIME outfits.
Happy Birthday, Nishikino Maki! in honor of her birthday today’s review is a special review of ALTER’s 1/7 NicoMaki!
First figure review I’ve done in awhile. A few changes that happened in the 3-4 years since I last I did reviews. 1) I upgraded to a full frame and 2) I recently bought a 90mm macro lens to replace the 40mm one I used on my initial reviews.
Today we’re going to be looking at Kotobukiya’s 1/7 Illustrious – Endless Tea Party ver. You might recognize her from Azur Lane.
Hello it’s been awhile since I’ve updated my blog (3 years since last update?) but with current events I figured it’s as good a time as any to at least do something with it. I’ll be updating with a figure review later this week.
For today’s post I figured I should share some photos I’ve had on my computer that I never really finished editing. Earlier this year I went back to Japan for a really short trip to see Love Live Fest! I still don’t think I can really put down my experience into words but I’m sure if you dig around my Twitter long enough you might be able to find some of my reactions.
During those short 5 days we managed to squeeze some time into our schedule to visit the Sega collab cafe! This post is mostly gonna be the photos I took:
Hello again! Today I will be doing a mini-review for redjuice’s Project: INORI which I received early this week!
Hello everyone! I realize it’s been years since I last updated my blog. I’ve actually taken a lot of figure photos since my last entry but somehow I never got around to blogging about them (you can find the photo archive on my social media)
However, yesterday I attended the Dallas screening/”Live Viewing” of the Aqours First Live concert! The entire event was such a memorable experience that I wanted to at least jot down some of my thoughts and impressions.
It’s definitely been a while since I posted my last entry! Finding that work-school-life balance can be tricky sometimes, so whenever I do find myself with some spare time it really is nice to actually do some figure photography and blogging.
I’ve started organizing “themed” shoots with my friends, and our last meeting (which was about a month ago) concentrated on Fate/Type-Moon characters! After having these photos sit around on my hard drive for a month… I finally have time to edit them and share!
Hello everyone! I haven’t updated this blog since August! As always if you’re reading this, thank you so much for your support and still finding my posts and photos interesting.
If you’ve been following me on Twitter and Facebook, you’ve probably seen some behind the scenes photos of my latest projects! I’ve been experimenting around with some glitter paper backgrounds! I bought these a while back during a Michael’s scrapbook sale (it’s a good time to get supplies for your dioramas) I know a lot of idol groups use glittery backgrounds during their photoshoots or music videos so why not the same for figures? And scrapbook paper is the perfect size for almost all scale figures! Continue reading