Exhibits of CJC13
Found a gigantic fluffy tentacles curling around the ticket counter as soon as I approached the destination during Day 2.
So much d’awww-ness tho… :3c
Close-by, a Yuki Miku sun-bathing. ^_^
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Elsewhere on the ground level (CJC is held within the hall on the 6th floor of SQCC), several Itasha turn up to let their magnificent body works shine.
These vehicles belong to a group of comrades who were visiting CJC themselves, as far as I know.
Back to the halls, let’s have a visit to the orange themed Culture Japan…
Smart Doll prototype and the usual product displays aside, looks like Danny-san had many new interesting add-ons I’ve not seen before, including a MMD recorder that record your moves and had digital Mirai and/or her counterparts dance in accordance to your motion. Interesting live motion capture indeed!
There’s also a projected dance sequence of Mirai-chan onto a clear pyramid within a darkened environment… ^_^
Just behind Culture Japan booth is the Good Smile Company booth, with their usual displays of their super popular Nendoroids and Figmas along with scaled figures…
All the way across to the other end of the hall is the Dolls and Figures booth, where a majority of the event’s displays are.
Consists of many different types of figures that breaks the thousands in total numbers on display, you can find Figmas, Nendoroids, Scaled FIgures, SHFiguarts, Gunpla, Macross, Transformers, Chogokins, Revoltechs and even various actions figures from the West.
Do note that the followings are shots from both days, so positioning and variations of them figures may shift due to different placements on the day.
The most attention grabbing of them figures has to be this Three-A Metal Gear REX of Metal Gear Solid fame, which stands about waist height of a normal Dollfie Dream…
REX comes in awesomely weathered and features many LED light gimmicks, including the simulated launch of an energised stealth nuclear on its Railgun arm!
More than meets the eyes!
Totally can’t capture each of them into my lens one by one due to the sheer numbers!
Here’s some close-ups of a few of them figures I find interesting… :3c
Here’s be the display full of them figures and dolls during Day 2, when the area was cleared of crowds going for the Cosplay Competition near the stage.
Did I mentioned that dolls, especially Dollfie Dreams, shared the display booth with them figure owners?
Next post will be filled with lovely musume of us proud InnovaDDoushi!