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Kommentarer Asuna - 1/8 - Sword Art Online - Kotobukiya - Review

  • murialita5 månader sedan#91704620The rings actually are not supposed to be parallel, so don't worry about that.
    That’s good to know thanks!
    Bah-Roo5 månader sedan#91733473oh, just the one in your review. The Aquamarine one, I think? Unless you put the Koto one next to several different Asunas and the pics didn’t load for me, which sometimes happens
    Oh of course duh haha. Nope just the one. I agree koto did a better job on the face but the other ones hair looks nicer
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    cyclo1955 månader sedan#91639505That's a fair concern, Asuna herself and the broken pillar thing are a single piece that can't be separated, and a few pegs connect that to the base. The two rings insert on the back of the pillar. She's surprisingly well balanced and sturdy despite how she looks.
    Thanks! Which other Asuna are you referring to? There's a lot of Asuna figures :P
    oh, just the one in your review. The Aquamarine one, I think? Unless you put the Koto one next to several different Asunas and the pics didn’t load for me, which sometimes happens
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    The rings actually are not supposed to be parallel, so don't worry about that.
    5 månader sedan
    dtindcarea5 månader sedan#91639083Nice review, thanks! I was just curious how she was attached to the base and whether she was stable? Poses like that can sometimes be problematic.
    That's a fair concern, Asuna herself and the broken pillar thing are a single piece that can't be separated, and a few pegs connect that to the base. The two rings insert on the back of the pillar. She's surprisingly well balanced and sturdy despite how she looks.
    Bah-Roo5 månader sedan#91639188I prefer the skin tone and hair colour on the other Asuna. Yet for all the ambition of the other's sculpt, this one by Koto is superior in it's simplicity. The face on Koto's Asuna is much better; it resembles her 2D design very well. There are many positive things to say about this rendition of the character, but I won't waffle on. I'll just thank you for the nice review and pictures! I'm not exactly a fan of SAO but I do still occasionally keep up to date with what new figures are being made for the franchise. It was interesting to revisit a relatively older figure from SAO! IIRC Koto was one of the first companies to make an Asuna? Anyway, I think they did a really good job, she's still a top contender for "best Asuna figure" imo :P
    Thanks! Which other Asuna are you referring to? There's a lot of Asuna figures :P
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    I prefer the skin tone and hair colour on the other Asuna. Yet for all the ambition of the other's sculpt, this one by Koto is superior in it's simplicity. The face on Koto's Asuna is much better; it resembles her 2D design very well. There are many positive things to say about this rendition of the character, but I won't waffle on. I'll just thank you for the nice review and pictures! I'm not exactly a fan of SAO but I do still occasionally keep up to date with what new figures are being made for the franchise. It was interesting to revisit a relatively older figure from SAO! IIRC Koto was one of the first companies to make an Asuna? Anyway, I think they did a really good job, she's still a top contender for "best Asuna figure" imo :P
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    Nice review, thanks! I was just curious how she was attached to the base and whether she was stable? Poses like that can sometimes be problematic.
    5 månader sedan
    Nice review. I've had this Asuna displayed since her first release in 2013 and still love how she turned out.
    5 månader sedan
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