Published August 3, 2010
Ninjovee's Collection , Uncategorized
Tags: comic, Figma, Haruhi, Kagamiku, Louise, Nendoroid, penguin, Saber Lily, Shana
This lame ass comic has been brought to you by yours truly! ^^;
This comic was done in like… 2 hours as a last minute entry to Optimistic Penguin‘s first anniversary comic competition. There have been 14 entries all in all and I have to say, everyone had nice humor (except for me ~_~; ).
Also, this is the first comic that I’ve ever made and I had been thinking of a storyline idea for a week. It was supposed to be different but the idea for this came from… Humpty Dumpty. As for why is Haruhi the ‘antagonist’? I couldn’t think of any character that could be naughtier amongst my figures. I as for figma Saber Lily taking the fall, it’s for the pun, as well as a tribute to Lightning Sabre‘s Melancholy of Saber Lily 4komas — because I love them so much! I hope I didn’t suck too much for a tribute!
Also, free internet cookies to whoever can guess where my stuffed penguin’s name came from… it’s pretty easy! XD LOL.
WonFes Summer 2010 post still in the works, but will be coming soon! As long as I finish distracting myself from this Ace Attorney fan game I just found yesterday.
Published October 3, 2009
Figure Reviews , Figures , Ninjovee's Collection , Ninjovee's Reviews
Tags: Figures, Good Smile Company, Hiiragi Kagami, Kagami, Kagamiku, Lucky Star, Miku Miku Kagami, Nendoroid, Review
Hi everyone! Here’s TanTango’s third figure review (still lagging in the reviews!). Today’s subject: the adorable Nendoroid Kagamiku!
Continue reading ‘Review: Nendoroid Miku Miku Kagami’
Published September 13, 2009
Ninjovee's Collection , Photo Journals
Tags: experiment, Figure Photography, Figures, Hiiragi Kagami, Kagami, Kagamiku, Lucky Star, Max Factory, Miku Miku Kagami, Photography
Note: all photos in this post are linked to my flickr. Click on the images to see larger views
I am pretty much a frustrated photographer. I usually fail at taking decent photos (they end up mostly blurred, or just not good) and not having a camera of my own makes practice a bit difficult to do. Now that my brother has “permanently loaned” his old digital camera to me, I’ve been able to take more photos lately (although most of them are of Kagamiku). I know there are more people in the figure community who are more experienced and skilled than I am, so, if you can give any suggestions on how I can improve, please don’t hesitate to drop in a comment!
Continue reading ‘Figure Photo Studio setup experiment’