Every time I watch Hotaru Bi No Mori E, I try to think that Gin reincarnated into Natsume. IT’S SUCH A SAD MOVIE!
Awesome news for Natsume Yuujinchou fans! Alter is re-releasing their 1/8th scale of Natsume Takashi which was the very first figure in their Altair line, but with new sculpting!
If you compare the new renewal edition to the first edition figure, you can see that they’ve re-sculpted and re-painted the figure to be visually closer to his anime appearance.(picture on the left is the new renewal edition for 2014, picture on the right is the first edition originally released in 2010)
This is great news for those who missed out on getting it when it was first released, but even if you have the first edition the renewal one is nice enough that it might make you consider getting this one too.
Full figure specs and details can be found on Alter’s official site here.
If you’re in Japan, you can order or get one in store at Amimi or Animate.
If you are overseas, it’s up for preorder at official retailers such as Amiami and Hobbysearch.
So happy right now…after four years someone granted my wish! /joy~~
The owner of the account challenged me to use textures for each separate thing. I also did this in one sitting my hand freaking hurts
I would link all the textures I used, but dA can handle that for me lol
-The other person who lives in the account
Almost every fucking piece of official art looks like something you’d see for a 90’s Boy Band.
Sometimes taken a little to literally……….
Hell I’ve seeing some newer shows still doing the same thing. *looks at Free!*
Oh my God.
Old news, I know. But I love the styling of this shoot. I don’t even know what they’re wearing but the composition and layering are wonderful.
Hello, have a GIF of me blushing on Fuji TV
Mezamashi TV flew over to Manila to cover the Asian premiere of Kyoto Inferno last month. I was part of the RuroKen movie cosplay group chosen by Warner Bros. to be a part of the festivities. Minako-san interviewed us during one of the press conferences, and this is the part where she remarks that I resemble Takeru Satoh. While I find myself unworthy of the compliment, I’m happy that my effort to portray his version of Kenshin is appreciated! (Even by Takeru himself!)