So I'm still awake at almost 1 AM and I figure I'd just throw some random photos up to get started and link you to my figure collection. I've only recently began collecting anime related character figures, mainly because of the discovery of Figma which I will be posting pictures of the two I currently own on here. Of course, I have to give credit to DannyChoo because if I hadn't found his awesome site while looking for information on Japan I wouldn't even have become a figure collector. I always admired figures when I saw them but the price and the practicality turned me off, because normal figures aren't poseable like a figma is, and the prices are so high for something that can only sit on your shelf or desk and look pretty. Of course I will admit there are plenty of figures I've got my eyes on that aren't figmas, but figmas are what I'm the most excited about. So far I have only Yuki Nagato and Haruhi Suzumiya but as you'll see from my collection I have a few more pre-ordered. I'm really looking forward to the Miku Hatsune figma the most of all I think. Still no word on when it'll be out though. Alright enough talk, here's some pictures of my current collection which is just starting out.
Yuki Nagato & Haruhi Suzumiya
Also, a non-figma that you could expect from someone going by Persocom-san if you've any idea what a persocom is. Chobits very own Chi. You'll have to bare with me, I'm not very talented at taking pictures of figures yet, I'm only used to shooting scenery and people, and I'm only using a digital camera. I didn't bother photoshopping these yet to make them look better so you're left with the raw photos. Chi on the top, Haruhi and Yuki on the bottom.
I'll definately work on my figure photography skills more, and keep updating when I do take new pictures. I suppose now I'll show you my small collection of wall scrolls? Recently I got sick of posters because they end up beat up and torn so easily, especially when moving. Wall scrolls are so much better because they roll up easy, don't need tape, staples, tacks or nails in them, and the material is thicker and sturdier than plain poster paper. Wall scrolls for the win! I kept the box from one that I ordered online for storage. I only have two so far but one more should be showing up in the mail within the week.
Well then I guess that's enough for this entry. Goodnight!