Tuesday, 17 June 2014

My Colletion: My new cabinet in my new house!

Greetings, it has been half a year since my last post.. Wow, I almost forgot my password!
Anyway over these past few months, I have been busying doing my new house and spending most of my time on mobile games. And now I finally have some time on a new post! Pictures speaks a thousand words, let the pictures speak for themselves.

Before the cabinet is installed:

 After two hours plus, the cabinet is done!

With the internal LED lighted up!

 Size comparison with ML Wolverine.

My first few display!

So as you can see, this will be the only place I can display my collections. I don't how many of my collections can be squeezed into this cabinets but I will try to keep as much as I can... Be sure to check back for more!

Friday, 17 January 2014

News: Max Factory - 1/7th Scale Cerberus previewed by Kahotan

Sup guys.. Had a long break and been away from blogging for few months. Starting over again with a Rage of Bahamut figurine, when coincidentally my last post was also a Rage of Bahamut figure! Anyway, I won't be blogging as much as I used to be due to some other commitment. but rest assure I will be back once in a while with some great post!

From the popular social game ‘Rage of Bahamut’ comes a 1/7th scale figure of the popular Demon-type character, Cerberus! The figure is based on the Legendary Card ‘[Tricepticanus Magica] Cerberus’ illustrated by popular illustrator Mushimaro, and the unique atmosphere created by the card has been faithfully converted into figure form! Cerberus’ innocent expression and beautiful body are ready to charm anyone who comes her way, and her unique purple outfit as well as the golden ornaments that adorn it have been sculpted with the finest of detail. The gradient of her hair and skirt have also been fine-tuned to create a figure that fans will be proud to own. - Taken from Kohotan's blog

Anyway in my own opinion, I still preferred the RoB figure by Kotobukiya which I posted here since I like figurines with 'wings'. And for those who don't know, this is actually the final form of Cerberus based on the Rage of Bahamut card game. I would say it is really nicely done based on the picture shown. Below is the 1st to final form of Cerberus in the game.

Source from: Kahotan's blog and Rob wiki