Yesterday, I got a rare chance to sneak outside my home office room to have some photo session with my Nendoroid. Well, since it was rather sudden, I only managed to bring one Nendoroid, that is, Kagamikku along for the ride. My time is also pretty limited, so I could only snap a few photos there. Anyway, enjoy the mini photo gallery after the break.
Today, we’ll view Nendoroid from another perspective. Yep, we’re going to discuss about the folks behind Nendoroid: the sculptors. Unlike most model kits (Gundam, Macross, etc.) which are already fully manufactured by machine, Nendoroids still have “human touches” despite being mass-produced in the factory. OK, let’s dig further on some famous Nendoroid sculptors.
Here’s my first Nendo-review: Nendoroid 28d Hiiragi Kagami (Saitama Shimbun version). This Nendo is released to celebrate 65th anniversary of Saitama Shimbun (a daily newspaper in Saitama) and there are only 7,000 pieces available. I think I’m kinda lucky to get my hand on this limited Nendo. ^^;