Miyazawa Model 2012 Spring: Kaitendoh

Apr 10 // Kristina Pino    @kriskitten

Besides their cute Alvis (Last Exile - Fam the Silver Wing-) and interesting moe Hitler, Kaitendoh had a few cool things to show off, such as a colored Ruri (a.k.a. Kuroneko from OreImo) White Dress ver. with a gaping cast-off seam line, a prototype Kirino with a cool peace necklace, a prototype of Daiteikoku's Mikado (same title as Adolf) in a swimsuit, and two original characters.

Original character number one is called Messenger Girl, and she's all colored up and looking ready to take off on a job. The other is sculpted by the same person (Atomic-Bom) and is dubbed En Ma (I think). She looks pretty fantastic in the art and I'm enjoying the sculpt so far, so I'm looking forward to more images later as the figure progresses through its production stages. I've been pretty unsuccessful finding information about her besides the bit I could surmise via the little paper with info I also included in the gallery. Feel free to fill us in if you know more!

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