Preview Max Factory's Figma Cryska

7:30 PM on 01.30.2013 // Jon Wills
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She is a very limber lady.

Thanks to Figma blog we are able to bring you a preview of the latest Figma by Max Factory, Cryska. She hails from Muv-Luv Alternative Total eclipse. If you want to see the show, it is streaming over at Crunchyroll.

Cryska appears to be pretty simple, coming with just her and her gun, as well as three facial expressions. What is really cool though is how poseable she is and she has a lot of shiny, pretty plastic. While she is not as detailed as a 1/8th scale static model I can't help but admire how good she looks for a poseable Figma.

Because her outfit is basically skin-tight I feel she could make for a good guide to draw a human form. Granted a busty and curvy human form, but those are fun to draw, right? I'm reminded of an article that I wrote a while ago about the making of Millhi from Dog Days by Good Smile Company.  The sculptor had used a Figma to help him plan adjustments to his final piece. It’s worth a read if you want to learn more about how some figures are designed.

If you’re interested in Cryska’s Figma stay tuned for updates, she is expected to be available for pre-order tomorrow and should cost around ¥3500. What do you think Tomopeeps? Anyone planning to pick up this limber lady?

 

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