Short build - HinaIchigo from RM

Discussion in 'Anime, Cartoons, Figurines & Paperdolls' started by Lex, Jun 1, 2007.

  1. Lex

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    Just completed this one from Mizuirogakuen yesterday, (told you I'm a fan of Rozen Maiden:D)

    *Calculated work time in total ~5:30
  2. Lex

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    Another shot:
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    With Suiseiseki, that one was printed with the jpg files so the dark lines was clearly visible on the face.........

    PS Anyone tell me how I can upload pictures to my gallery?
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    Nice looking builds Nezard. I like the shadowing on the water can. I'd like to see more of that in card figure models. Was there any portion of either build that stands out to you as more challenging? HinaIchigo's hair looks like it might fit into that category.
    Regards,
    Don
  5. Lex

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    I was about to say that Don, her hair was a bit of challenge, but the second time I did it things were alright (this was my second try at her). The hardest part was actually the arms (the clothes near the shoulders). Also as for all anime models, you need extra coloured paper to put colour on the back of parts such as the ribbons and strands of hair.

    Suiseiseki was quite a nice model with no particularly hard parts to make, among the five RM's I've made so far she is the easiest :D
    --And PS, Suiseiseki was voted the Cutest Anime Character 2006 in Japan ~
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    Great job! Don't even see any seams! Awesome! Not sure I have the patience or skill to put one of these together!

    Chris
  7. eatcrow2

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    Wonderful work!!!!!!! Anyone who has tried his hand at building one of these beauties, can really appreciate how nice these are..