Did you see the last pic in our review of Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Yukata version? Yes, that custom Nendoroid Yukata Miku wearing the yellow-ish yukata can now be examined in a closer look, as the maker posted the pics recently.
Mikatan posted the first part of an in-depth tutorial about how to paint a Nendoroid expression. However, since the blog post uses some images from ImageShack, a few of them are only displaying ‘frozen frog’ due to the ‘domain unregistered’ issue, thus making the tutorial a bit uncompleted. XD
Our reader Kwang put a request to repost the tutorial along with completed pics (taken from the Japanese version of the blog post) … and I thought, “Why not?” as long as it would help many Nendonesian as well.
Well then, kindly read the tutorial after the break.
Today’s Nendoroid custom delight is Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: ODDS&ENDS version, whose design is based on the single CD cover.
‘ODDS&ENDS’ is a song by ryo(supercell) feat. Hatsune Miku, which is also used as the opening theme of PS Vita game Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f.
Well then, here are a gallery of pics on the lovely customized Nendoroid.
Yes, I have another custom Nendoroid delight for you, Hatsune Miku fans. As you can see in the pics, a custom work of Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Red Riding Hood version is spotted somewhere in Japan.
Yes, I put the “brackets” outside the “Custom” word, because I am not sure whether this one is really a custom Nendoroid or an upcoming one – eventually. Why? Because the pics are posted in the blog run by Max Factory’s staff. The blog is intended for internal use though, so any contents posted there are usually considered as personal thought (a.k.a unofficial). XD
Well, as you can see in the pic, Nendoroid Jack Frost is standing beside an evil-looking version of him, known as Nendoroid Black Frost. If you are fans of Persona and/or Shin Megami Tensei series, I think you should have known about him. ^^
Let me take a quote from Persona 3 FES Compendium to describe him better: (reference)
“A Jack Frost that wished for evil powers. This powerful demon is born when a cute Jack Frost remembers its nature as a demon.”
Kindly see all of his pics after the break, if you are interested. ^^
We have already had several custom Nendoroid of Hatsune Miku previously, as such as the Knight version, Love is War version, as well as Zatsune Miku. Well, we have got another one to add: customized Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Magician version.
In case you have no idea where this version of Miku came from, well, she is actually made based on the costume from PSP game Hatsune Miku: Project Diva, used in the “Miracle Paint” PV:
You can see all the pics after the break. ^^
(While we’re at it, do you remember the custom Nendoroid Megurine Luka: Witch version? XD)
Nendoroid Ciel Phantomhive was originally released on 2010, following the success of Kuroshitsuji (a.k.a Black Butler) series. Nendoroid Sebastian Michaelis was also released a year before Ciel, and getting resale simultanously with Ciel’s release.
Apparently, a fan decided to make another version of Nendoroid Ciel, based on the Ciel in Wonderland is the second OVA of the series, adapted from the well-known novel Alice in Wonderland. This custom Nendoroid is called as Nendoroid Ciel: Alice version – or shall we call it Aliciel? XD
Gather up, Miku fans! We have spotted another custom Nendoroid Hatsune Miku here, and this time it was inspired by a popular song from ryo/supercell.
“… hajimeru no yo kore wa sensou ureshisou na KIMI o miru nante!”
Do you recognize that lyric part? Yep, it is taken from Koi wa Sensou (a.k.a Love is War), hence we will take a glimpse at custom Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Love is War version.
Kindly scroll past the break to see the pics of this cool-looking version of Nendoroid Hatsune Miku. ^^
It seems that customized variant of Nendoroid Hatsune Miku keeps popping up every now and then. Well, let’s add one more to the group today, as we spotted a custom Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Princess Knight version being made there. XD