Thursday, November 20, 2008

Joints and Movability

Oha

As much love as there is for the Nendoroid series, the Figma range may be on close par.
If we look at this in more depth, we can say that there is a certin group of people who tend to prefer articulated figurines.
There are some who can still enjoy the static figurines but, the question is:

How creative are you when it comes to your jointed figurines?

This post was inspired by a creative and cute Image I had found on the Figma blog, located here.



If you're familiar with either of the trends in this image, I'm sure that you will be able to enjoy it ^-^

Well, that ends this post
'Til we next meet,
~suki

6 comments:

Persocom-san said...

not nearly as creative as I'd like to be, but I love figures with joints because of the possibilities and they really do make me feel more creative when I try to take pictures of them, it beats just taking different angled pictures for sure. Sadly I'm not as creative as that figma blog though, but I think I've gotten inspired by some of the images

suki said...

@ Persocom-san.
Jointed figures have a certain charm to them which seems to pull you in deeply once you start XD

As long as you're inspired, good ideas have the chance to spring forth! Keep up the good work ^-^

Q said...

Sadly, I'm not creative at all lol......

I admit that I do get paranoid when I've heard more and more breakages, so I tend to pose them once or twice and left them as they are for display. But looking at other people's pics is very amusing though!

suki said...

@ Q. I'm glad that I'm not the only one who enjoys the pics! ^-^

I agree with you on the delicate nature of the figurines, It saddens me at the thought of breaking any of my 'children' ;_;

5NAKE said...

Lol Yuki with ET? Thats funny XD

Nic find! :D

suki said...

@ 5nake. Domo desu ^o^
I lurk here and there and treausers like this are inevitable~