So the Nico Nico Live Broadcast by GSC dubbed as “Hatsune Miku no Jikan” has been broadcasted earlier. There are a couple of Miku stuff there, but we are going to focus to the Nendoroid Snow Miku: 2014 version first.
As you may have known, the live broadcast also served as an election to choose the base design for next year’s Nendoroid Snow Miku. In the end of the live election session, design #8 got the most votes there.
Wearing the witch hat and the cape/coat with crystal staff, she looks pretty
plain classic to my taste, but I guess the voters might see her with “simple is the best” in mind. XD
Meanwhile, the election also voted for the best pet to accompany the next year’s snow diva. The design getting the most votes is design #7 – the rabbit fairy. XD
Well, what do you think about the design, Nendonesian?
Still cannot make up your mind about getting this Nendoroid? Well, now you might be able to consider for applying as personal sponsor for Good Smile Racing, as there are more official photos of Nendoroid Racing Miku: 2013 version posted in her official page.
Since 2012, it is a kind of tradition to hold an annual contest to determine Nendoroid Snow Miku’s design with a defined theme. Yep, Nendoroid Snow Miku: Fluffy Coat version and Strawberry White Kimono version are products of that contest in the last two years.
Fast-forward to today, and we are facing the contest run for Nendoroid Snow Miku: 2014 version and this year’s theme is magical girl and pet – it certainly reminds me of that particular magical girl and her contact-obsessed companion. XD
Well, what do you think, Nendonesian?
The first official press photo of Nendoroid Racing Miku: 2013 version has been posted by GSC. The new Racing costume looks great, although in my opinion, it kinda looks like a mix of Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Append version and the previous Racing Miku Nendoroids.
Unfortunately, there are not photo of the optional expressions and accessories – the parasol and Nendoroid car – but I guess it should be available shortly.
For you who wanted to get her, you have to “apply” for select sponsorship package, which is available at Good Smile Racing Global website starting on March 21 (18:00 JST) until May 7 (12:00 JST).
creepy cute uniquely-looking Mikudayo is getting the cherry blossom treatment similar to her “sister”, as Nendoroid Sakura Mikudayo is announced today, on April 1st.
Nendoroid Mikudayo with a cherry blossom theme!
Sakura Mikudayo is a special version of Nendoroid Mikudayo with a special cherry blossom-themed image!
Mikudayo herself was carefully involved with all the details and colors used to perfect this beautiful version of Nendoroid Mikudayo!
She comes with both her standard expression that suits the start of April perfectly, as well as a beautiful standard expression that shows that Spring has begun!
It’s a figure you’d best enjoy on this special day of the year!
Yep, she is pretty much Nendoroid Mikudayo in cherry blossom theme – nothing more. However, if you are really curious about it, you might want to take a look at the in-depth preview of her by Mikatan.
This Nendoroid will be displayed at GSC x Karaoke Tetsujin Cafe today from 11:00 until 21:00 JST.
Thinking of getting her? Well, she is scheduled to be released this month with the price tag of approximately 3939 Yen and her pre-order will be available …. sometimes in the future.
via GSC, Mikatan’s blog
GSC has setup a campaign to promote their newly announced Nendoroid Petite: Hatsune Miku Selection a few days ago, that says:
We are currently running a special Twitter campaign as a part of the recent announcement for Nendoroid Petite: Hatsune Miku Selection. If we manage to reach 3939 tweets that include the #nenpuchi_mikusele hashtag, a special set of Twitter skins including a background, icon and header image will be released for everyone to enjoy!
… and yesterday, it has reached more than 2000 tweets, so GSC has decided to release 3 out of 6 Twitter themes (or skins, as they called it) to be used to decorate your Twitter profile page.
Well, what are you waiting for? Head directly to the source page to download the cute Twitter themes.
P.S: We chose the Aku no Musume (Daughter of Evil) theme for our Twitter profile. XD
It’s March 9th (3/9) today, so it’s time to say … Happy Miku Day! ヽ(´▽`)/
Anyway, Nendoroid Petite: Hatsune Miku Selection has been available for pre-order since yesterday, and as expected, it packs several surprises for us.
Vocaloid melody in cute, petite size! ♪
The cute and small Nendoroid Petite action figure series is getting a brand new set of Vocaloid figures named the ‘Hatsune Miku Selection’!
The six official characters are all included in brand new poses, and a number of fanmade characters are also included such as the winner of PIAPRO’s Gem Outfit competition, ‘Mikurisutaru’, as well as some characters from popular songs on NicoNico Douga such as ‘Daughter of Evil’, ‘Servant of Evil’, ‘Deep Sea Girl’ , ‘Akahitoha’ and ‘Romeo and Cinderella’. There are a total of 12 different characters to collect and enjoy! ♪
Go past the break to find out the special campaign for this Nendoroid Petite set.
The 12th character in the Nendoroid Petite: Hatsune Miku Selection has been revealed! … and nope, Mikudayo does not make it into the 12 Petite selections. XD
Anyway, the final Petite in the set is Nendoroid Petite Hatsune Miku: Romeo & Cinderella, which is based on the illustration by nezuki.
Nendoroid Sakura Miku will be released by the end of this week, so naturally, Mikatan is doing a quick review of this Nendoroid.
As promised by Mikatan last week, she showed the 11th characters in the Nendoroid Petite: Hatsune Miku Selection. Yes, it is another variant of Hatsune Miku that is usually called Hatsune Miku: Mikurisutaru.
Similar to the Deep Sea Girl version, this one is also a fan-made character that features in the 3DS game Hatsune Miku and Future Stars: Project Mirai.
The 12th character is set to be revealed next Thursday. I have a hunch that Mikudayo will be featuring as the final Petite there. (￣▽￣)
In any case, Mikatan also explains some stuff regarding product releases, so kindly visit her blog for a bit more insight.
via Mikatan’s blog