Recently, I received Max Factory’s excellent 1/6 Scale Haruna Sarenji from To Love-Ru Darkness. I love the photos I saw online of her and bought her at a great price. She made a perfect pair with my stunning Momo Figure. A while ago, on MFC, I saw a photo where someone had added a skirt to these figures to make them look more like wedding dresses and less like lingerie. I fell in love with the idea and decided to do my own version.
Tomoe Nakahara ~Invitation~ 1/7 Scale Figure
Price: 16,000 Yen (incld. Tax)
Release Date: Late September 2015
This review has some very mild NSFW pictures.
Tomoe has the honor of being my first Native figure. To be honest, I really like the creativity and high quality of Native figures. However, most of the poses are too lewd for me (as expected of cast off figures). When I first glimpsed Tomoe, I was blown away by how beautiful she was! I adore figures with Japanese kimonos and she was relatively SFW to display unless you get really close to her. She was designed by the famous illustrator Tony Taka and is classified for 18+ and up.
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On Day 2, we woke up early to take a mini-photo shoot of my Maki cosplay. Across from the hotel there is a Cancer Survivor park which had some great shots for photos. My kind husband, who I dragged along to the Animefest, was my photographer! Here are some of my favorite shots below!
I decided to take a leap into the convention world and travel the four hours it takes from Houston to Dallas to attend AnimeFest 2015. Luckily, I was already prepping my Maki Nishikino cosplay outfit for the Love Live! movie premiere. I put in some hard work and made the finishing touches on my outfit! The reason I wanted to go to this convention so badly was because one of my favorite “mangaka”, Arina Tanemura (Full Moon O Sagashite, Kaitou Jeanne), was going to be a special guest at the convention.