[figures] Orchid Seed’s Wonderfest Kanu Unchou and Kazami Mizuho painted look

Originally saw this over at Heisei Democracy in this post, Orchid Seed’s unveiled the finished product of their WonderFest garage kit releases: an Ishiyama Satoshi sculpted Kanu Unchou enjoying herself in a bikini, and a Nekomaru sculpted Kazami Mizuho casually relaxing in a babydoll nighty. From the pictures it looks as if Kanu’s top can be cast off, and though there are no pictures showing Mizuho in a cast off state, one of the shots looks like her top may be able to be cast off as well.







hmm…some of the shots make her look a bit wide lol


Mizuho can teach me anything she wants!


More pics can be found on Orchid Seed’s WonderFest page.
Though honestly neither of them really get my juices flowing, I have to say that I do love what Mizuho is wearing 😛 She is based off an illustration that can be found in the Megami Magazine special Please! Teacher Visual Collection:

My copy of the book with cover autographed by Kuroda Yosuke, who wrote the script for the series. Too bad it wasn’t the artist, but I had the opportunity for an autograph so what the hey lol.

3 Responses to “[figures] Orchid Seed’s Wonderfest Kanu Unchou and Kazami Mizuho painted look”

  1. February 21, 2008 at 5:15 am

    Wow wow wow.. this Kanu is totally hot.. but somehow.. I don’t really like ikkitousen figures, including this.. (except the alter’s one.. 😀 )

  2. February 21, 2008 at 2:26 pm

    it’s weird though it doesn’t really look it head on, in some angles Kanu looks excessively wide! That being said, the sculpt is nice, but it’s just not to my liking lol. There haven’t been that many Kanu figures that I’ve found attractive actually. Goodsmile’s gothloli and Alter’s versions of her are two that I do like though! Griffon’s new alternate color china dress version is pretty nice too.

  3. February 21, 2008 at 9:55 pm

    Oooh, I do like the Mizuho figure. I’m not usually a fan of her figures, but this is a nice one.

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February 2008


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