It seems that the annual Snow Miku festival at Sapporo, Japan has begun as various pics and design of Snow Miku 2013 is starting to appear there.
Nendoroid Snow Miku: 2013 version also made her debut in form of some official photos displayed as the exterior skin of a train there.
One thing I like the most about Nendoroid is their interchangability. Swap a Nendoroid’s face with other Nendoroid’s face, give her another Nendoroid’s body, and ta-da! You have created a brand new Nendoroid of your own! There are just so many kinds of combinations enough to make Nendoroids so much fun to play with. Here is an example: Totori with Sena’s faceplate that gives her another level of cuteness IMHO. XD
Well, the “faceplate” might be taken out of this feature in the future, as GSC has just showed their plan to change the faceplate model for the future Nendoroid in their Nico Nico broadcast earlier.
It seems that the new system are proposed in order to minimize the cases of broken neck joints (and to save cost, perhaps). The new system incorporates the neck as part of the Nendoroid’s body. Sadly, backward compatibility with older Nendoroids have not been discussed yet – this is my main concern, so I do hope GSC give it a deep thought before they implement the new system into future Nendoroids.
So what do you think about it, Nendonesian? Are you okay with the new system or against it for some reason?
Nendoroid Shinonono Houki, along with Nendoroid Hatsune Miku 2.0 and Nendoroid Rin + Wooser, are the only Nendoroids that already got completed paint job when they were displayed during GSC’s Nico Nico broadcast earlier.
As one of the main heroines in Infinite Stratos, it seems that GSC liked to spend more time featuring Houki, as they displayed more official photos of her in the broadcast.
Along with the
surprising Nendoroid #300 announcement, GSC also announced several new Nendoroid scheduled to be released sometimes next year. Nendoroid Kagamine Rin: Append version and Nendoroid Kagamine Len: Append version are among those 2013 releases.
The mystery of what character is going to be the Nendoroid #300 has been resolved, thanks to the live Nico Nico broadcast earlier.
Yep, in a move that probably surprises no one, GSC has decided Nendoroid Hatsune Miku 2.0 to get the honor to be their milestone 300th Nendoroid.
The cute lolita Nendoroid Alice from an online mahjong game titled Momoiro Taisen Pairon, has been available for pre-order since earlier today, and now she is getting the preview treatment by Mikatan.
I can see that her design is based on the famous Alice in Wonderland series, but to see such a lovely blond curl is simply too cute! Not to mention that she also comes with some pretty interesting stuff: her bunny pouch, a rabbit staff, mahjong tiles, and a chair.
Head directly to Mikatan’s blog to view more close-up pics of this lovely lady.
via Mikatan’s blog
Another surprising day: Nendoroid Alice from the online mahjong game Momoiro Taisen Pairon comes out of nowhere (well, not exactly) to be available for pre-order starting today.
“You know… you could give me a little compliment?”
From the online mahjong game, ‘Momoiro Taisen Pairon’ comes a Nendoroid of Alice wearing a dress that shows her love for Lolita fashion, as well as huge black ribbon in her hair! She comes with a number of optional parts including different expressions, a chair, mahjong tiles, her rabbit staff and a pouch, which means you can even pose her in the middle of a mahjong match – just about to play her tile!
As a special bonus for the first release of the figure, a serial code for a new Alice card which can be used in the game is also included. The card is only available with the Nendoroid, so don’t miss out!!
Alice will comes with three faceplates: normal, winking, and determined expression when she is having a mahjong match. She will bring some interesting stuff as well: a chair, mahjong tiles, her rabbit staff, and a pouch.
The cute lolita girl is scheduled for May 2013 release, priced at 3500 Yen.
As you have known, the main heroine in Hidamari Sketch x Honeycomb is getting a Nendoroid. Yep, Nendoroid Yuno was initially seen back then at this year’s Summer WonFes.
today yesterday and the fully-painted Nendoroid underwent the preview treatment by Mikatan.
I assume that most of you have already known about Nendoroid Hoshikuzu Witch Meruru, since she has been available for pre-order since earlier today.
Well, now it’s time for getting some tidbits about her as Mikatan performed her usual preview treatment.
Surprise! GSC has just announced Nendoroid Hoshikuzu Witch Meruru based on an anime character within the series Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai. If you watched the anime, you should have known that Kirino is a huge fan of the magical girl.
Hoshikuzu Witch Meruru is joining the Nendoroids~☆
With a second season on the way, ‘Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai’ is still as popular as ever – as is the anime series which features within it, ‘Hoshikuzu Witch Meruru’ and from that series within a series comes a Nendoroid of the magical girl, Meruru!
She comes complete with two different expressions, her weapon, a heart-shaped stand and even Comet-kun, the mysterious creature that gives her magical girl powers. A special stand to recreate the trophy seen in the cosplay competition in the series is also included! You can display Meruru in poses ranging from epic battle scenes to cute magical girl poses – however you think she looks best!
Three faceplates are included, i.e: smiling, winking, and excited expressions. She also comes with her magical rod, a heart-shaped stand, as well as Comet-kun, the mysterious creature that gives Meruru the magical power. There is a special stand to re-create the trophy seen in the cosplay competition in the anime.
The cute magical girl will be released on May 2013, priced at 3500 Yen, and produced by Phat Company.