カレーまみれ勇者の冒険 Curry Chronicles

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Zero no Kiseki HK LE comes with Nendoroids…

http://www.qk123.com/archives/49219?variant=zh-hans

Traditional Chinese LE from Hong Kong comes with Nendoroids (or Chinese replicas of them) that came with Ao no Kiseki LE. This makes be somewhat rage, but I have no relatives in Hong Kong and I already got the mainland version. Nendoroids WANT. At least I get a sexy notebook…Anyways, the HK version is available through Play-Asia which actually ships overseas. Their price is actually not bad, as the HK LE cost 400 HKD which converts to around $50 CAD anyways. It includes artbook, CD set, playing cards, 2 Nendoroids and a tote bag.

Also, for bad news, the person who’s supposed to bring me my Zero no Kiseki changed her flight to December. WUT. I ordered from Amazon because her flight was originally in September, but FUUUUUUUUUUUU. Maybe I should’ve gone to Play-Asia and their HK version after all. Rageragerageragerage

On a happier note, I got my Sora no Kiseki Set that includes all 3 games. Time to replay while I wait for December, I guess. It’s a shame, because I get to go home early this semester which is like dream come true for my hobby.

 


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Disgaea 4 $120 extreme premium edition

http://store.nisamerica.com/Home/Disgaea-4-Set-Preorder-Reminder

comes with 6 figures, Fuuka nendoroid, artbook, CD. Fuck, I am getting this just for the figures. I’ll buy it before I even buy a PS3.

http://store.nisamerica.com/Home/Disgaea-4-PE-Preorder-Reminder

I might just have to resort to the regular premium, which still has Fuuka, artbook and CD. The other 6 aren’t there, but this thing is like half the price. Either way, I am getting something with “Premium” in the name. No way am I gonna walk away with the simple regular edition. I’m no Katsuragi Keima (lol buys both the regular and limited editions), but I MUST GET PREMIUM IF IT EXISTS!!!!!

*shot*


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Seto Kaiba keychain/cellphone strap complete!

Screw all the minor annoyances of sculpting it. Painting is the horror. You can’t spell paint without pain.

Them eyes! The pain! And I forgot a bunch of details but I don’t want to touch a brush anymore today.

The back of the tailcoat was a breather compared to the rest.

Not too bad for my first decently painted figure, I guess. Some minor errors, but it actually looks good compared to one figure I tried to make at elementary school art class. I’m just glad it’s Seto Kaiba, and not a long haired girl with a skirt with lots of folds…OTL the arms are off-center.

Since this Kaiba keychain/strap/THING wasn’t a total failure, I actually want to make a Jack Atlus one for myself.


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Seto Kaiba Keychain *w*

I’m a poor student who is too greedy to spend money to buy my friend a Xmas present, so I decided to handmake it.

Since I figured we’d have similar tastes and I will not be very happy if I recieved a lazily beaded cellphone strap, I made a figure of Kaiba. I hope she hasn’t changed her target of fangirling yet…otherwise that’s $3 of Fimo clay, the strap (~80 cents?) and several hours of man labour wasted. This is the first time I made a somewhat successful figure, and I’m actually gonna bother painting it. I made a Yukari figure some time back using different clay, but this clay is better. Parts of her hair kept breaking off and I had to glue gun them back on OTL

This Kaibe cellphone strap/keychain/whatever you can use it for is like 7 cm tall and pretty thick. Who the hell would actually use it as a cellphone strap? OTL and it seems pretty fragile for now. I guess I’ve gotta put glue on the chain part after all. I’m not exactly experienced with sculpting or making accessories, so it’s probably best to treat this like a figure rather than a strap.

I have a feeling painting will be much, much worse than the sculpting part.