Was looking through a couple of photos stored on my Macbook pro just a couple of days ago when I chanced upon some from my Japan trip last year August. A first hand experience at a stand-up sushi bar.
“Are we looking at the right model?” queried James, fashion designer of the latest wear Ringo was wearing.
“Are we looking at the right model?” queried James, fashion designer of the latest wear Ringo was wearing. Continue reading “Ringo Noyamano: Sexy on Wheels [NSFW]”
Many of us pay an exuberant price for concerts just to see our favorite stars perform. Some pay an extra just to get a close up of them. Some rely on DVD concert releases, and for the rest of us, we stick and wait for the photos of close up shots to be posted online.
Review of Alter’s Chua Chram
One word could be used to describe this sculpt – Amazing. Yet, there’s a small drawback (or big) to this figure, is it’s scale. The 1:10 scale makes it’s pretty awesome at it’s current scale (LIke comparing a 1/144 Gundam model kit to a 1/100). But if there was a 1:8 or 1:7, it would be epic win.
While this figure was a little more on the high price range, I don’t see a reason why not to spend it on this figure. With the amount of details and sculpting paid to just for this figure, I’m pretty happy Alter did not raise the price too high.
There are probably a lot I could go about how awesome this figure is, but I’ll spare the details and let your eyes do the decision making ^^; But do like to give a thumbs up for the skirt here (Prairie Skirt?). Most manufacturers usually skip the details on the skirt, but for this figure, details were especially given attention to. Oh! I did wish there were strings on the guitar though; makes it much more realistic.
Yes, firstly, here’s the new theme that you’re seeing. I haven’t had much time to talk about it due to real life commitments (army ^^;). Will talk more about it when I get back home.
And here’s the photos of one of the cosplay shoots I did during my short trip in Tokyo back in August.
Haven’t had much time to update my blog as I have been spending most of my weekends resting and sleeping, yes, sleeping. Don’t have time to catch up with animes as well ^^;
Comiket! Doujins! Ero! Anime! Cosplay!
I have finally attended Comiket after years of being unable to attend it due to my then-school timetable clashing with comiket.
Comiket is held twice a year at Tokyo International Exhibition Center (東京国際展示場) Tokyo Big Sight, or more commonly known as Tokyo Big Sight or ‘that-upside-down-pyramid-thing-that-defy-the-laws-of-physics‘. The nearest train station is Kokusai Tenjijyo on the Rinkai Line. You can also take the Yurikamome Line (Monorail) from Shimbashi station to Kokusai Tenjijyo, another station with the same name as the train station that’s near Big Sight.
Okay, enough of babbling, time for the cosplay photos and kawaii girls! ^^
Deculture! This time, we have the team from Macross Frontier! With poor Alto being snatched and share by two lovely ladies, Ranka and Sheryl!
This should be the final set of very long overdue group photos taken during Cosfest 2008. ^^
Scream out ‘Deculture!’ for more pictures!
While surfing a couple of image boards just a few hours back, I came across a category of images which has been tagged ‘paper child’.
I don’t really know how to explain paper child with descriptive words, but I can briefly say that it is actually paper cut outs of anime characters, with optional speech bubble, made to look 3D using ‘optical illusion’.
Read more about Paper childs after the jump!