Displays of PAM15
After a general view on the event itself, we’ll have a look at various displays that scattered all over the exhibition halls…
Unlike Anime Festival Asia or many of the localised fan events (COSPAR, MOEPA, etc…), figure displays are pretty much non-existent here in Penang Anime Matsuri Summer Party 2015.
That said, a few commercial booths and the doujin circles in Creator’s Market personally set up their very own displays or sort.
One of the booths just beside the grand staircase have quite a collection of figures on display and/or for sale.
Judging by the pricing (Only RM 80 per figure) though, I believe they are 2nd hand figures, most of them covered in noticeable dust specks if you look closely… ^^;
From the above average numbers of Super Sonico figures present, one could deduced that the booth owner must be a fan of hers, or just an oppai lover in general… XDc
Elsewhere, loads of beautiful illustrations and other handicrafts spread across the tiny conference room behind the grand staircase, homing a number of doujin circles.
Albeit small, the Doujin Zone often receives many visitors due to its air-conditioning…
As mentioned during my last PAM15 post, the main halls are quite hot due to the island’s weather… XDc
I’ve spent a majority of both of my PAM15 days inside the said zone, partially attached to one of the booths.
Selling their cutely handmade nuigurumi stuff, the owner is kind enough to loan a portion of the display table for
musume dolls to rest upon while their parents owners roam around and/or rest.
They also have a doll of their own (4th from the left, in the photo below) as well!
Of course Tama-chan tagged along with her Goshujin-sama for a visit… =w=
Many dolls made their appearance now and then, with some roaming the exhibition halls with their owners.
I’ve noticed a surge of doll ownership for the past year, especially after the release of Dollfie Dream Hatsune Miku and Smart Doll.
Next stop, a healthy amount of cosplayers that graced the halls of PAM15!