Dolls (Especially those of 60cm in height, playfully referred to as musume (Daughters) by their loving parents) have made a prominent presence amongst the community attending past AFAs, especially during AFA12…
While not as grand as the gathering in 2012, many musume did made their attendance to this year’s event as well…
Exit Tunes, in promoting their new Vocaloid, had a custom Mayu doll on display at their booth.
Teased some time earlier, Tama-chan dons her lovely cosplay of one of Kantai Collection’s most popular Kanmusu (Kantai Musume; Ship Daughteru): Kongou.
An outfit from a Taobao store called DH Doll House, the workmanship is surprisingly fine, for this particular mass-production piece…
Got Tama-chan her cosplay wig via the same source as well, re-styling the base wig is not short of a hard work though, particularly the front bangs that attached to her twin buns which are clip-ons.
In the end I had to give up on attaching the bangs onto the buns… May need to research on how to do so later.
Tama-chan ventures into the world of cosplay!
Can you guess her chara? www
Crying foul over the intense heat of the hot summer days, I’ve finally succumbed to Tama-chan’s demands and got her a new Kimono, in part as preparation for the upcoming Bon Odori visit next Moon…
From Rosemary Town (迷迭香小镇) on Taobao, this short, sexy Kimono set consists of the Kimono itself, the obi, a pair of knee socks, a couple of red ribbons, a flowery head-dress, a guitar necklace and a fan (Sold Separately via add-on option on the sales page).
As mentioned during my latest post on Tama-chan’s ever-expanding improvements, aside from her 蒼色の呪術服, her new outfit from Fate/Extra CCC also had undergone a complete overhaul, courtesy of my seamstress.
Version 1.0 of the CCC outfit 漆黒の魔術服 (Which you can see in full during AFA12) was commissioned some time before the release of the original PSP game itself, of which only the front side of the concept art for the outfit was shown at the time.
Due to the lack of official arts on the outfit’s back view during the time, my seamstress had to improvise and made the outfit as she sees fit, which was of course far from accurate as I found out later after the release of the game.
Striving to make Tama-chan as close to her original as possible, a remake was commissioned alongside the aforementioned default reisou.