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Up on the GSC site tomorrow!

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The third figure in the 1/8th Scale Bakemonogatari series:

Suruga Kanbaru!

Kanbaru is the third to join this set of figures, and she is just as incredible as both the previous two figures in the series. Yesterday I went over the actual figure of Kanbaru, which you can read about here:


1/8th Scale Suruga Kanbaru


But today we’ll be taking a look at this part:

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The base!

The piles of books that surround Kanbaru are made to look identical to how they did on the DVD jacket!

These books actually caused a lot of trouble for the sculptors…

   / ̄ ̄\
  / . _ノ ヽ、_\  ← GSC Sculptor
 | o゚⌒  ⌒゚o |  
 |   (_人_) |   ” Aww… time to start mask painting those books again…”
 |   `i  i´  |  
 |   . `⌒   }   
  ヽ       } 
   ヽ     ノ 
  /      ヽ 

They really did moan about it quite a lot… it must have been quite a nuisance to work with. ^^;

If you’re not sure what mask painting is, you can take a look at this article:
1/8th Scale Senjougahara (Part 3) – Stationary Painting

But simply put, it’s a method of separating the parts that need red painting from the parts that need white painting.

 

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Close-up on the books!

You can even see all the bookmarks are there!

Also, it might be hard to tell from this photo but…
Both the white pages and red covers use gradient painting!

It’s almost a waste to have so much detail on the base of a figure!

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Here’s the base from a different angle!

You can really see she is surrounded by books!

I wonder how these are going to be made… I’m pretty sure the production team is going to have just as much trouble as the sculptors…

     / ̄ ̄\
   / _ノ  ヽ、_\  ← Gakkun from the Production Team
  | (≡)  (≡) |  
  |   (_人_) |     ”I’m sure we’ll figure something out!”
  |   `i  i´  | 
  |   . `⌒   } 
   ヽ       } 
    ヽ     ノ 
   /      ヽ 

We’ll just have to leave it to them!

 

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Here is the base by itself!

At the moment the base and Kanbaru don’t actually connect in anyway, you simply place her onto the base! (That might change during production, however.)

That means you can do things like this as well:

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Kanbaru can sit on the edge of the desk!

You could seat her on all sorts of things~

The elbow floating in the air looks a little strange, but you could easily put some real BL books there instead, or ever have her supported by another figure!

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The Valhalla Combo!

This particular set of figures isn’t really designed to all be displayed together, but they still look good when displayed next to each other!

Unfortunately Nadeko is on a trip in China at the moment so I couldn’t display her with them this time… maybe next time!

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The third figure in the 1/8th Scale Bakemonogatari series:

Suruga Kanbaru!

         ____
       /      \
      /  ─    ─ \ 
    /    (●)  (●)  \
    |       (_人_)    |  ________
     \     |r┬-|   ,/   | |           |
    ノ     `ー’´  \    | |           |
  /´                  | |           |
|    l                 | |           |
 ヽ    -一ー_~、⌒)^),-、  | |________|
  ヽ ____,ノγ⌒ヽ)ニニ- ̄   | |  |

She’ll be on the GSC site from tomorrow!

Check out our partner shops if you have any questions regarding ordering yours. (Japanese only)

But that’s not all for today!

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Let’s go back to the first figure in the series:

Hitagi Senjougahara!

We got a review from a certain someone to celebrate the figure’s release!

Hello to everyone!
Today I’ll be showing some of my favorite photos of the figure and commenting along with them, but first a little history about myself: In the past I used to build models from Gundam, sketch pictures of Crusher Joe and build 1/35th scale models from TAMIYA for contests.
but ever since I got introduced to the world of figures at Wonder Festival, I’ve changed compeltely into more of a collector than a builder. I absolutely love collecting figures now. To see one of my very own illustrations make the change into a figure is an absolute honor for me. Thank you so much.

It’s Bakemonogatari’s character designer and animation director…

Akio Watanabe!

Oooh! This is amazing!! I can’t believe it!!

Let’s get going with his very own figure review!

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First up I tried to match the figure up to the composition of this poster. Unfortunately the lighting in my studio isn’t very good, so the pictures didn’t come out great, but the real thing looked a lot better. There is nothing more to say about the stationary other than it looks absolutely incredible.

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It’s amazing that I can see new angles of my illustration that were never even there in my 2D version!

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All these pieces of stationary must have taken ages to make! They look great!

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It even looks great with a close-up. The slightly opened mouth and cold glare are both captured so nicely!

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The hands look so soft, and even the nails are painted so meticulously.
It really is a stunning figure in my opinion. When you actually see it for yourself and get to handle it, you’ll be amazed way more than just by looking at the photos!!

By the way… if there are ever any older figures I can’t get my hands on, I’m counting on you guys to get them for me! I might be very involved in the anime world, but I’m very jealous of figure sculptors now!

– Akio Watanabe

Thank you for taking the time to send this!!

As a big fan, so it makes me really glad to read this!
It makes me glad that I keep running this blog!

The 1/8 Scale Senjougahara
– Even praised by Watanabe-san!

Check out our partner shops if you have any questions regarding ordering yours. (Japanese only)

That’s all for today!
I hope to see you all again tomorrow!!  (・∀・)ノ゛

* Please note that this blog’s contents is originally written for a Japanese audience and is then translated for our foreign customers. All pre-order and release dates are the Japanese dates. Also note that not all products can be sold in certain areas

(C)西尾維新/講談社・アニプレックス・シャフト

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Is everyone enjoying their new figure?

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Good Smile Company’s 1/8th Scale:

Hitagi Senjougahara!

The finale of the Senjougahara blogs is here.

It’s quite the challenge to show everyone the production side of the figure world, but I was really amazed by how it was all done while I was in China, so I want to try and convey that amazement to all my readers.  You can find the previous parts of the Senjougahara blogs here:


  1/8th Scale Hitagi Senjougahara (Part 1)
 1/8th Scale Hitagi Senjougahara (Part 2)
   1/8th Scale Hitagi Senjougahara (Part 3)


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Lat time I went through how the stationary was painted.

For the part in the picture above, the scissors, pen and ruler would all me made as a single part and then painted by using various masks.

Today we’ll look at how the painted pieces are put together!

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In this photo, the eraser and the tips of the ruler are being glued together.   

This is done one-by-one!

The little pink container in front of her hands here is filled with a special bonding agent, and the little sacks on her fingers are to prevent the glue from sticking to her skin!

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The biggest part – the scissors.

As you can see these are actually first made in two different halves.

Then, once again…

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They are glued together, one-by-one!

The toothpicks there are actually tools used for the gluing – the sculptors here at Good Smile actually use the little toothpicks as well!

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… the factory workers in China really are craftsman!!

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Gluing the outer and inner parts of the stapler!

The stapler has a large area in which the outer and inner parts can be glued together, so by creating them in two seperate pieces and then gluing them together a more accurate rendition of a stapler can easily be made.

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The scissors, craft knife have all been glued together!

There isn’t much place to glue the smaller parts like the craft knife and pen, so gluing them is very difficult –  if you use too little glue they’ll come apart, but if you use too much the glue will end up visable.

There is no way I’d ever be able to do this…!!

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Pens are being glued on here…

Take a look at the bottom right to see a complete part… how can it be so tiny!?
I don’t even think I could hold a pen that small…

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By the way, let me pose a question to you now…
How do they always come out at the same angle?

It’s done by using these little tools:

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Bases that adjust the angles!

As the gluing is done the parts are placed on these bases to make sure the angles are correct.

Every single Senjougahara figure has every single part finely tuned like this! It’s incredible!

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Finally a little dusting!


Particularly clear parts like the ruler show dust very easily, so at the end of the process all the parts are dusted off with this fluffy little tool.
Careful work down to the very end!

     / ̄ ̄\
   / .ー  ー \   ← Production Team’s Gakkun
  |  (●) (●) |  
  |   (_人_) |    ”This kind of thorough work
  |   `i  i´  |    is done for all scale figures.”
  |   . `⌒   }
   ヽ       } 
    ヽ     ノ 
   /      ヽ 

You can appreciate the price of scale figures seeing how much work needs to put into them. I’m definitely keeping better care of my figures ever since my China trip!

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Good Smile Company’s 1/8th Scale:

Hitagi Senjougahara!

   / ̄ ̄\
 /   ⌒ ⌒\
 |    ( ●)(●)               ____
. |   ⌒(__人__)          /      \   “Senjougahara, please!”
  |     |r┬-|           /─    ─    \ 
.  |     `ー’´}  \     / (●) (●)     \
.  ヽ        }     \    |   (__人__)     | 
   ヽ     ノ       \   \   ` ⌒´     _/
   /    く. \      \  ノ           \
   |     \  \    (⌒二              |
    |    |ヽ、二⌒)、      \         |  |

She’s on sale at all of our partner shops!
Check out our partner shops for ordering details or questions. (Japanese only)

But today I’ll be looking at some other new products!

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figmas of Hitagi Senjougahara and Koyomi Araragi!

They look so good displayed with one and other!
Ararararagi-san doesn’t get nearly as many figures as Senjougahara, so this is for all those Araragi fans!

I want more figures of male characters… please sell, Araragi!!

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figma Hitagi Senjougahara!

She comes with three different expressions, as well as a ton of stationary just like the scale figure… she also comes with exchangeable hair parts to put her hair up in a pony tail! You can create all kinds of scenes from the anime… and even more if you grab Araragi as well.

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Araragi also comes with three expressions, separate fringe parts, his bag and effect parts! I really love the two different fringe parts – the one covers up his eye and the other one shows it.

Plus you need to see the back of his neck!

You can see the teeth marks from Shinobu-san… It’s perfect!

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Recreate the first episode!

Everyone remembers the scene where Senjougahara fell from the stairs!

figma Hitagi Senjougahara and Koyomi Araragi

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    /      \
  /  ─     ─ \
/     (●)  (●)  \
|       (__人__)  |    ________
\      |r┬-|   ,/   | |           |
 ノ     `ー’´  \    | |           |
/´                | |           |
|    l               | |           |
ヽ    -一ー_~、⌒)^),-、| |________|
ヽ ____,ノγ⌒ヽ)ニニ- ̄   | |  |

Are now up for preorder!

Check out our partner shops for ordering details or questions. (Japanese only)

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Extra News!

1/8th Scale Suruga Kanbaru coming soon!

It looks like yet another incredible figure…
It’ll be on the blog sometime soon as well, so look forward to it!

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Random Extra!

This here is one of the foods I ate while in China, it’s called “Ankake Fried Rice”, it came out on the a baking dish which I thought was interesting. ^^;

Chinese food has a very fine taste to it which I actually really enjoyed!

I also have a photo of some of the giant clam that I ate… but it looked a little gross so I decided to lave it off the blog…. though it actually was very tasty. 😛

That’s all for today!

I hope to see you all again tomorrow!! (・∀・)ノ゛

* Please note that this blog’s contents is originally written for a Japanese audience and is then translated for our foreign customers. All pre-order and release dates are the Japanese dates. Also note that not all products can be sold in certain areas

(C)西尾維新/講談社・アニプレックス・シャフト

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She is on sale as of today!

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Hitagi Senjougahara!

If you head down to the stores right now you should find her lined up for you to buy… if you’re in Japan of course!

Check out our partner shops for more details on getting hold of her. If you’re not in Japan take a look at your favorite  online store as well!

Today I’ll be continuing with the third part in my Senjougahara Special!

“What?! There’s still more?!”… and if you’re thinking that… then yes, there is still much more! ^^;


1/8th Scale Hitagi Senjougahara (Part 2)

1/8th Scale Hitagi Senjougahara (Part 1)


While I was on my trip to China back in December, I managed to get a look at some of the painting of this figure. It really was incredible to watch it in action…

Today I’ll be showing you some of that incredible action!

By the way….

If you haven’t read the previous articles on my factory tour some of the lingo might be lost on you, so take a look if you have the time:


Mikatan’s Factory Field Trip! – Part 1
Mikatan’s Factory Field Trip! – Part 2
Mikatan’s Factory Field Trip! – Part 3


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Some more photos from the December factory trip!
All these pieces are freshly molded parts that have been painted white.

They are in fact Senjougahara’s torso!

If you take a look here….

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This is the painted product!

     / ̄ ̄\
   / .ー  ー \   ← Production Team’s Gakkun
  |  (●) (●) |  
  |   (_人_) |  ”The various colors on Senjougahara made her quite
  |   `i  i´  |   difficult to work with. The violet kept coming out too dark.
  |   . `⌒   }   I think the eventual product looks great though!”
   ヽ       } 
    ヽ     ノ 
   /      ヽ 

There is actually a ton of drama involved in the painting of the torso as well, but if I were to get into that it would take me about a month to get through… so I’m just going to hold myself back for now…

As you can see, even the inside red bit of the uniform is carefully painted!

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Let’s move onto today’s main event!

The famous stationary parts!

For size comparison, the left corner shows the size of the ruler, scissors and pen in comparison to Senjougahara’s thigh.

As you can see, each of the pieces are made separately!

The reason they are made from clear plastic is because the ruler is going to stay that way anyway!

But this is where the painting starts!!

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1) First the parts are painted with a green air brush.

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(2) This completes the base painting of the pen!

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(3) Then the handle of the scissors is painted…

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(4) Just the tip of the scissors are then painted.

         ____
      /::::::─三三─\
    /:::::::: ( ○)三(○)\    “Eh?!
   |:::::::::::(__人__)::::|     But doesn’t that take ages then?!”
     \:::::::::   |r┬-| ,/
    ノ::::::::::::  `ー’´ \

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The blade of the scissors crosses over with the pen, so a mask is used to make sure the painting is separated completely.

This was one of the people in charge of painting the scissors’ tips. who paints the tips of the scissors.

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(5) The base of the scissors are then painted.

The part of the scissors’ blade above the pen is painted with an airbrush. The mask above is used to paint both sides at the same time, it takes just a few seconds!

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(6) The finer details are fixed by hand painting!

The masks sometimes have a little leak that causes the painting to come out a little bit wrong, so here is where they fix all the little errors that might come from that.

She holds two paint brushes at once!!

That’s what you call a true craftsman!

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7) Work Complete!

This tiny little part actually uses an incredible 4 masks alone!

It’s hard enough to get one of these to come out so nicely… but they are able to make thousands all with the same good quality!

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The complete parts are stored away in this container.

The container is actually made specially just to hold these specific parts! It is made both to store the parts safely, and to make them easy to count at the end of the day.

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The outer part of the stapler! (The plastic part)
In a previous article I mentioned that some of the color was lost, and that’s because the two parts of the stapler (the outer and inner parts) are painted seperately!

The inside of the staplers are painted, and yet you’ll never see that painting – but it’s still a much more efficient way of painting them.

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The inner part of the stapler! (The metal part)
The two parts are stuck together with a glue, but I’ll be getting into more detail about that in a future article.

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Remember how tiny these staplers are! I believe these are the staplers that are used right by Senjougahara’s skirt!

It looks like they are each held together using two clips while they are painted. Isn’t it beautiful!!?

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Here we have some craft knives!

It’s quite amazing to see how many of them there are here…! Even from this photo you can see the gradient painting  if you look carefully.

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Good Smile Company’s 1/8th Scale

Hitagi Senjougahara!

   / ̄ ̄\
 /   ⌒ ⌒\
 |    ( ●)(●)              ____
. |   ⌒(__人__)            /      \   “Senjougahara, please!”
  |     |r┬-|            /─    ─    \ 
.  |     `ー’´}  \      / (●) (●)     \
.  ヽ        }     \    |   (__人__)    | 
   ヽ     ノ       \   \   ` ⌒´     _/
   /    く. \      \  ノ           \
   |     \  \    (⌒二              |
    |    |ヽ、二⌒)、      \         |  |

Visit one of our partner shops and grab her today!

Check out our partner shops for ordering details or questions. (Japanese only)

Tomorrow we’ll have the finale of this blog series!

Plus I’ll be introducing some other Bakemonogatari figures!!

That’s all for today!
Hope to see you all again tomorrow!! (・∀・)ノ




*Please note that this blog’s contents is originally written for a Japanese audience and is then translated for our foreign customers. All pre-order and release dates are the Japanese dates. Also note that not all products can be sold in certain areas.

(C)西尾維新/講談社・アニプレックス・シャフト




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She’s on sale from tomorrow!

Good Smile Company’s 1/8th scale…

Hitagi Senjougahara!

Everyone who has been waiting will finally be able to grab the beautiful Senjougahara for their own!

Today’s blog is a second part feature on this beautiful figure!

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        /     \
     /:::::::─三三─\     ”Eeeh? There’s more?!”
   /::::::::: ( ○)三(○)\
    |   、” ゙)(__人__)ル ゚。 ゚     ___________
   \      ゝ’゚      ≦ 三 ゚  | |              |
__/     。≧       三 =  | |              |
| | /    ,   -ァ,       ≧=  .| |              |
| | /   /    .イレ,、       >   | |              |
| | | ⌒ ーnnn ,≦`Vヾ  ヾ ≧   |_|___________|
 ̄ \__、(“二)。゚ /。・イハ 、\、l二二l二二  _|_|__|_

That’s right… there is still so much to cover!

I won’t deny that it’s partly because I’m personally a huge fan of Senjougahara… but I also do want to show as many people as possible the beauty behind this figure!

For anyone who has not seen the first blog about this figure, you can find it right here:


1/8th Scale Hitagi Senjougahara (Part 1)


Today we’re going to have a more detailed look…

At all the stationary!

I’ve been writing this blog for four years now…  but this is the first time I’ve done an article on just some extra parts that come with a figure… but the stationary really is so incredible…

It all comes apart into the six pieces you see here.

The yellow craft knife and red scissors on the left don’t connect to the others – they come just like that. You can place them anywhere on the stand that you like.

Alright, let’s try putting the pieces together.

First up the part with two staplers connects to the eraser part!

You’ll find a piece on the end of the pink stapler to insert into the eraser.

Next, the scissors part connects with the drawing triangle part.

You’ll find that that the drawing triangles on each part connect together.

Be sure to hold the parts at the bases!

If you hold them at the edges you’ll find that they will come apart very easily, or you might accidentally snap some parts off!
Hold them carefully and securely when you are trying to connect them together!

Stationary all connected!

There are four small prongs made from clear plastic which allow you to connect it to the figure’s base. Put the longer one on the pink stapler in first, and do the shortest one on the scissors at the end.

Now that we’ve got them all connected up, let’s take a look at just how high quality these little pieces of stationary are!

 

Even the ruler’s measurements are correct!

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      /::::::─三三─\
    /:::::::: ( ○)三(○)\      “S-Seriously…!?”
  |:::::::::::(__人__)::: |
     \:::::::::   |r┬-|   ,/
    ノ::::::::::::  `ー’´   \  

Yep. it measures a total of 4cm! ^^;

Good Smile Company even takes care when making tiny 4cm extra parts for figures!

The closest shot I could get!

Just look at the detail of the sculpting and painting on that craft knife!
If you compare it’s size to the finger’s in one of the earlier photos you’ll realize just how tiny it is! For something so tiny to have so much quality is incredible!

The stapler’s use gradient painting!

They really just look like real staplers…

The color is actually lost a little bit because of the close-up photography!

There is actually a reason behind that, but I’ll get into that another time.

This is the size of the eraser!

If you can’t find it, it’s in the bottom right! 😛

It’s about the same size as a Petite Nendoroid’s leg… the little scissors and craft knife on the floor are also tiny! (Plus they have gradient painting as well!)

All the stationary piled on the floor!

The stationary in itself looks amazing… so no matter how you display it, it almost always looks great! You can display it using the actual stand as intended, or if you feel like a change you can display it this with the various pieces just lying on the ground… or you could come up with you very own work of art using them! It’s up to you!

Petite Senjougahara playing with the stationary!

Oooh! It’s so adorable!

There really are so many ways you can use the stationary… if any of you come up with some interesting uses, be sure to mail them through to me!

       / ̄ ̄ ̄\
     / ─    ─  \     ”W-What the heck is this?”
    /  <○>  <○>  \.
    |   (__人__)   | 
    \    ` ⌒´    / 
    /  し          \

Quiz Time!

What are the parts in the above photo?

When I went to China in December, I was lucky enough to see the painting of some of the Senjougahara figure! I took a ton of photos of it as well!

In tomorrow’s blog I’ll be discussing the process that these pieces of stationary went through to get made!

Good Smile Company’s 1/8th Scale,

Hitagi Senjougakara!

   / ̄ ̄\
 /   ⌒ ⌒\  
 |    ( ●)(●)                ____
. |  ⌒(__人__)            /      \    ”Senjougahara , please!”
  |     |r┬-|            /─    ─   \   
.  |     `ー’´}  \      / (●)  (●)    \
.  ヽ        }     \    |   (__人__)      | 
   ヽ     ノ       \   \   ` ⌒´     _/
   /    く. \      \  ノ           \
   |     \  \    (⌒二              |
    |    |ヽ、二⌒)、      \         |  |

She will be released at all of our partner shops as of tomorrow!

Check out our partner shops for ordering details or questions. (Japanese only)

That’s all for today!
Hope to see you all again tomorrow!! (・∀・)ノ

*Please note that this blog’s contents is originally written for a Japanese audience and is then translated for our foreign customers. All pre-order and release dates are the Japanese dates. Also note that not all products can be sold in certain areas

(C)
西尾維新/講談社・アニプレックス・シャフト

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Today I’m going to start off with an apology…

Sorry for the delay!!!

            / ⌒`”⌒`ヽ、       
           /,, / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄\ 
          /,//::         \   
         ;/⌒'”:::..            |⌒ヽ    
       /  /、:::::…           /ヽ_ \  
     __( ⌒ー-ィ⌒ヽ、   /⌒`ー’⌒  )  
━━━━━`ー──ゝィソノー‐ヾy_ノー─”━━━━ 

Both the (´・ω・`) face and Teddy have been waiting for ages too! But I’m sure all of you have been waiting even more patiently than them… especially after seeing her displayed all over at events….

But…

She’s finally here!

Good Smile Company’s 1/8th Scale

Hitagi Senjougahara!

It’s the girl who was possessed by a crab from the popular anime Bakemonogatari! The pose is based on a famous key illustration from the series – a very unique pose which places her looking over her back with various pieces of stationary falling from her skirt.

Let me sum up my feelings in one sentence…

She is absolutely incredible!

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       / \  /\  キリッ
.     / (ー)  (ー)\       “I just can’t put it into words!
    /   ⌒(__人__)⌒\     It’s simply that amazing!!”
   |       |r┬-|      |  
    \      `ー’´   /
    ノ            \
  /´               ヽ
 |    l              \
 ヽ    -一””””~~``’ー–、   -一”””’ー-、.
  ヽ ____(⌒)(⌒)⌒) )  (⌒_(⌒)⌒)⌒))

But at the very least I can go cover the figure for everyone!

This is how she looks from the front!

The figure is actually designed to be displayed with her facing backwards… but it looks nice from the front as well! It’s a rather strange feeling to not be able to see the figure’s face when looking at her from the front, but it’s a nice change!

Her Beautiful Face!

It’s not often you see a figure with a face in profile like this!

 

Getting the posing of this figure right was apparently quite a challenge!

Here is the face from the front!

 

Oooh…. the more angles you look from the more beautiful she looks!  

 

Getting the figure to look right from the front and the side was apparently very difficult!

Most figures feature the face at a slight angle or directly from the front, but this one really focuses on getting the posing of the profile face down right. Of course the rest of the figure still looks great as well!

It’s also great to be able to see the front of the figure which was never visible on the original illustration… the sculptors have really outdone themselves this time!

But the face definitely isn’t the only thing to enjoy!

Look at the detail on her uniform!

 

Getting her into a pose like this where she is holding up her skirt is hard enough, but even the details on the pleated skirt, and the creases from being held up look so realistic! It looks just like a real skirt!

We can’t forget her stationery!

Yet another highlight of the figure!

Every single piece of stationary is very detailed!

 

Let’s take a look at them in a little bit more detail…

Look at those thighs!

I-I mean… look at that craft knife inside the skirt!

Can you see the craft knife behind the drawing triangle?

Even the details inside the skirt are incredible!
That’s Good Smile Company for you!!!

The stationery on the right!

This picture was enlarged quite a lot, but it still looks magnificent…

The scissors really stand out, but there are also a couple of cutters and even a finer craft knife at the very back!

The stationary on the left!

 

Look at the detail on those staplers!

And look at the pen on the far left! Even the tip of the cap is painted differently! It’s incredible!

       ___
     /   ヽ、_ \
    / (● )  (● ) \    ”If they look so good… I want her to hold them!”
  /:::⌒(__人__)⌒::::\  
  |  l^l^lnー’´       |
  \ヽ   L        /
     ゝ  ノ        \
   /   /

Well she can!!!

This 1/8th scale Hitagi Senjougahara…

… comes with two sets of hands!

One to hold her skirt up, and another holding staplers in both hands!

 

Even if the pose stays the same, it’s nice to be able to give the figure a little change of atmosphere like this! You can pick whichever you prefer when you display her!

 

This is how the box looks!

 

This particular packaging is sure to make fans of the anime crack a little smile! Be sure to look all over the box!

Good Smile Company’s 1/8th Scale

 

Hitagi Senjougahara!

   / ̄ ̄\
 /   ⌒ ⌒\  
 |    ( ●)(●)                ____
. |  ⌒(__人__)            /      \    ”Senjougahara , please!”
  |     |r┬-|            /─    ─   \   
.  |     `ー’´}  \      / (●)  (●)    \
.  ヽ        }     \    |   (__人__)      | 
   ヽ     ノ       \   \   ` ⌒´     _/
   /    く. \      \  ノ           \
   |     \  \    (⌒二              |
    |    |ヽ、二⌒)、      \         |  |

She will be at our partner shops from the 12th!

 

Check out our partner shops for pre-order details or questions. (Japanese only)

That’s all for today!
Hope to see you all again soon!! (・∀・)ノ

 

 

* Please note that this blog’s contents is originally written for aJapanese audience and is then translated for our foreign customers. All pre-order and release dates are the Japanese dates. Also note that not all products can be sold in certain areas.

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