This new bunny Tamaki will be fashionably late for Easter - tomopop

This new bunny Tamaki will be fashionably late for Easter

7:00 PM on 12.31.2012

Emily Smalara

Associate Editor

Orca - 1/5 Scale

Tamaki seems to be a favorite of producers when it comes to sticking a character into a bunnygirl costume, and Orca Toys is ready to try their hand at this sizable 1/5 version of everyone's favorite redhead. The To Heart vixen looks right at home in this sexy getup, as you might expect, and Orca's even gone the distance to add a bit of unique flair to the overall design.

A lot of bunnygirl figures merely feature characters standing around, or perhaps kneeling, but Orca's matched Tamaki's oft-seen vivaciousness with a figure that suits her character perfectly. No static pose is good enough for this lady, rather Orca's given her a small cushion to rest on and let her stretch out, giving us a fantastic look at those fishnet-clad legs of hers. I enjoy the placement of her hand behind her as well, realistically positioned to brace herself as she leans back, rather than being kept up simply from being modeled that way.

Finally of course, her expression fits her to a tee, with Orca going for the cute rather than sexy look and showing off a little flash of her tongue sticking out. I've seen a lot of great Tamakis, but this is definitely one of the better of an already high quality crowd. Pick her up in June for around ¥12,191!

[ Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | Otacute | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | CD Japan | J-List ]


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