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Commentaires Asuna -- Sword Art Online - Toy's Works -- REVIEW 24

  • HappyakrzIl y a 8 mois#71567831
    I'm actually getting into a little bit of a panic right now because I'm winding down to the last couple of figures that I currently have ... and I have nothing in the mail or on order right now!!! What am I going to do?!?!? Write reviews of other people's photographs of the figures?! I need to make a LOT of money FAST so I can fill up another display case with these beauties!! Or beg some distributor to start shipping me samples of everything they sell!! I'll ship them back when I'm done!! I PROMISE!!
    Tee hee!


    i'll start sending my figures over immediately, forwarding all of my preorders to you ... this man is having withdrawals, send him figures STAT!
    Il y a 8 mois
    galablueIl y a 8 mois#71539785before everything gets out of hand, loli is simply defined as anyone who looks young regardless of their age, and looking young is totally subjective. i might not define asuna as a traditional loli, but is she young enough where i might be a tiny bit uncomfortable if she was in an, ahem, lewd position? probably.
    figure wise, she is definitely cute, and probably my favorite asuna (i like ITEM #397154, but the face is a little messed up). i had separating issues with ITEM #133961 (BLOG #43965), which was totally lame. i haven't "fixed" him yet, but i guess there's bound to be a few figures in every batch that have a glue issue!
    i particularly like her collar on this figure, with the blue detailing. i never noticed it before just now. her book bag is also nicely sculpted. overall, she seems like she's on her way to class as she passes you.
    umi is a great comparison for her because of the puddle effect, which i think umi succeeds in much better. however, this made me think that umi's base should have been the same blue color as the water, because it would have been even better.
    great review. i don't know how many figures you have left after this one, but as soon as you're on a more "dry" spell with your collecting, i'll be wishing for the days of rapid reviews!


    Thanks for your words, Gala! LOVE hearing from you!

    I agree about the Umi figure water color -- I wish it hadn't been quite so ... teal .. maybe the puddle had a small algae bloom or something .. maybe it was tadpole season .. maybe some off-scene little boy had just tinkled there (OOOO, GROSS!!) .. who knows! :)

    I'm actually getting into a little bit of a panic right now because I'm winding down to the last couple of figures that I currently have ... and I have nothing in the mail or on order right now!!! What am I going to do?!?!? Write reviews of other people's photographs of the figures?! I need to make a LOT of money FAST so I can fill up another display case with these beauties!! Or beg some distributor to start shipping me samples of everything they sell!! I'll ship them back when I'm done!! I PROMISE!!

    Tee hee!
    Il y a 8 mois
    Nice to see a review on a Toy's Works figure! I honestly didn't know what to think of that company because reviews on them seem to be limited. They're the few companies to make a figure for Muramasa. (ITEM #605013) If only she gets released, sigh. The company doesn't seem to be active strangely. According to the database anyways.

    Off topic, but whenever I think of that iconic leg lamp scene from that movie you mentioned, I think of the beautiful figures I want to show off! XD
    Il y a 8 mois
    before everything gets out of hand, loli is simply defined as anyone who looks young regardless of their age, and looking young is totally subjective. i might not define asuna as a traditional loli, but is she young enough where i might be a tiny bit uncomfortable if she was in an, ahem, lewd position? probably.

    figure wise, she is definitely cute, and probably my favorite asuna (i like ITEM #397154, but the face is a little messed up). i had separating issues with ITEM #133961 (BLOG #43965), which was totally lame. i haven't "fixed" him yet, but i guess there's bound to be a few figures in every batch that have a glue issue!

    i particularly like her collar on this figure, with the blue detailing. i never noticed it before just now. her book bag is also nicely sculpted. overall, she seems like she's on her way to class as she passes you.

    umi is a great comparison for her because of the puddle effect, which i think umi succeeds in much better. however, this made me think that umi's base should have been the same blue color as the water, because it would have been even better.

    great review. i don't know how many figures you have left after this one, but as soon as you're on a more "dry" spell with your collecting, i'll be wishing for the days of rapid reviews!
    Il y a 8 mois
    josephirothv2Il y a 8 mois#71528465Asuna is not a loli.

    Ha ha ha

    I understand that Asuna wouldn’t typically be considered loli, but I used the term because she’s definitely closer to the loli genre than any figure that I’ve added previously to my collection.

    I know that by the strictest of terms, she’s quite different in design and presentation to loli, but I’m mostly referencing her youthful innocence in design.

    Thanks for your input, though. :)
    Il y a 8 mois
    Asuna is not a loli.
    Il y a 8 mois
    Thanks for the great review. I already own the figure but still enjoyed reading your impressions.
    Personally I do wish that the detail on the fringe and face were a little sharper but I love her form. Simple yet dynamic and elegant.
    Il y a 8 mois
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