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  • 2pt
    The pose is everything and the action that you are implying would be great but just imagine how much more flair this would give the figurine and just how much more room it could consume on a shelf. The Revi figurine is just awesome to look at. The pose is great and yes the stretched out leg makes you think that she just came out of a tumble roll got her footing and is ready to fire those 45 barrels at someone. I do not own her but I can only think about the box size for that figurine. That stretched out leg needs to be protected and man that box must have been huge.

    Can you imagine if as you said some of the figurine would have flow in their hair. The odds of getting a figurine wit broken pieces has now quadrupled. Especially if we are talking separate strands. It's not like I want to disagree with you at all. I also would like a sundae with a cherry on top.

    I found a great example of the back braking Bunny. She is notoriously know on MFC for this.

    https://static.myfigurecollection.net/pics/figure/large/287911.jpg

    As for characters that I would like to see there are a few bunnies I would love to add to the collection. But they will never come to be as the anime came and went and not many figurines came from it.

    Gate ( don't hate here ) I actually loved the anime and some of the Warrior bunnies I really loved and no it was not Tyuule. The one that attacked the young girl on the base is one that a dynamic pose could easily be made. And then I love the bunny maid taking care of Itami Youji; Mamina But with one ear half folded and that expression on someone is coming when itami's forces arrive.

    [img]https://static.myfigurecollection.net/image/Tiamat261562884170.jpeg

    https://static.myfigurecollection.net/image/Tiamat261562884201.jpeg

    https://static.myfigurecollection.net/image/Tiamat261562884229.jpeg

    https://static.myfigurecollection.net/image/Tiamat261562884260.jpeg


    Now back to the cherry; I personally would love to see better poses as well for the bunny girls and I mentioned this in another one of my blogs when this Elza bunny was announced ( nooo !!!!! not 1/4 scale ) . I loved the pose so much that I broke down and ordered her even though she was not 1/4 scale. The look the pose the accessories. Everything fit with this character.

    https://static.myfigurecollection.net/pics/figure/large/783704.jpg

    One last comment have you seen the shipping prices EMS for bunnies now... average is hitting 7800 Yen. Use to be 5900 Outch if the boxes get bigger.

    = )

    Tia
    6 days ago
    3pt
    Scones (7 days ago) #63562525Very fair point. I myself don’t think the bunnies are in desperate need of improvement, but it’d be the icing on the cake for me.
    I’m happy you can enjoy the konosuba bunnies. I actually like them Too a bit, and I’m not usually a critic of “uh oh broken spine” poses haha.


    LOL I do see your point about the broken spine poses. The possible explanation... Sometimes in life we end up in weird positions, so take a picture or make a figure xD.

    Though I think most of the poses would be possible (personal flexibility dependent). Some do look a little awkward, or could just use a slight adjustment. Though I have noticed the ones in less than perfect poses do tend to look a bit better when put in a set. Though that may just be from my love of bunny girls going over the top :)
    6 days ago
    1pt
    Rajke Ca Fanatic
    Great article. Personally i think most of the Bunny's Freeing makes are looking great. Grouping them in natural poses or forced photo shoot poses. I agree some of the poses are looking boring or plain and i think the appeal of the Bunny line is in their high scale, high quality and a pose in combination with a facial expression that stays close with the character. The highschool DXD bunny's and To Love Ru Bunny's are very good in that way. But i get what you mean by more motion. Sometimes the pose is to much forced or stiff as with Matoi. Her facial expression goes so well with her uneasy pose that it looks correct. I think it is mostly a matter of taste.
    There are a few Bunny figures where i think that they look of. I have seen this one ITEM #117203 (the other two characters from the same origin are a lot better in their pose, I guess Hanato only comes to her right with the other two figures besides her) in real life and it was really disappointing. I have to admit that i don't know the character but the pose is so unnatural that it hits the realm of ridiculously (In 1/1 scale this figure would be cool with a carton sign by her feet with the text: 'The entrance of the parking lot is on your right’).
    6 days ago
    1pt
    I do kinda agree that sometimes bunny figures can be plain and boring, especially if it doesn't captures the character well.
    I do like to see more B-figures with a bit more detail and poses. As much as I like Konosuba, these two bunny figures for Aqua and Megumin (ITEM #549389)~(ITEM #549384), for me are a bit out of character and sorta plain. I'd love to see more b-figures that have a bit more detail like Reika here (ITEM #604534)
    In my eyes, atleast, I can see a ton of more detail!
    Most bunny figures I seen kinda captures the character well, but not as much as Zero Two here (ITEM #740258), she looks happy and quite mischievous, like her character.
    Too say in a whole, I feel like B-figures are made to be a kinda cheap concept. Our favorite characters in a somewhat lewd bunny costumes that is in 1/4, highering the price! But even with the higher price, sometimes the character doesn't have enough detail or doesn't capture the character well. Though people still buy it, because duh, it's bunny figures.
    Just a btw, here are my favorite b-figs that check all my checkpoints..~
    (ITEM #167005)
    (ITEM #198551)
    (ITEM #740245)
    7 days ago
    1pt
    Velvet_Crowe (7 days ago) #63562154I don't really mind the amount of motion in the bunny line. Thanks to the size of FREEing's B-style line, I wouldn't expect a lot of really dynamic poses, due to structural/stability problems.
    I do agree poses that fit the character or look like a bit more attention to detail was given are great. I absolutely love bunnies like ITEM #740258, ITEM #604509; and there's no way I'm missing them. Though for the most part figure are personal taste, I like the Konosuba bunnies :P
    Midnightequinox (7 days ago) #63557887"If characters such as Holo The Wise Wolf or Shinobu Oshino were to get bunny figures"
    Man of culture right here


    Hahah thank you. I hope to see them as bunnies one day for sure.
    7 days ago
    2pt
    Velvet_Crowe (7 days ago) #63562154I don't really mind the amount of motion in the bunny line. Thanks to the size of FREEing's B-style line, I wouldn't expect a lot of really dynamic poses, due to structural/stability problems.
    I do agree poses that fit the character or look like a bit more attention to detail was given are great. I absolutely love bunnies like ITEM #740258, ITEM #604509; and there's no way I'm missing them. Though for the most part figure are personal taste, I like the Konosuba bunnies :P


    Very fair point. I myself don’t think the bunnies are in desperate need of improvement, but it’d be the icing on the cake for me.

    I’m happy you can enjoy the konosuba bunnies. I actually like them Too a bit, and I’m not usually a critic of “uh oh broken spine” poses haha.
    7 days ago
    3pt
    I don't really mind the amount of motion in the bunny line. Thanks to the size of FREEing's B-style line, I wouldn't expect a lot of really dynamic poses, due to structural/stability problems.

    I do agree poses that fit the character or look like a bit more attention to detail was given are great. I absolutely love bunnies like ITEM #740258, ITEM #604509; and there's no way I'm missing them. Though for the most part figure are personal taste, I like the Konosuba bunnies :P
    7 days ago
    6pt
    One big issue is the size and weight of 1/4th figures. It's difficult to get them in interesting poses without falling over. It's doable, yes, but much more difficult than a smaller figure. They would also typically need much sturdier supporting structures, such as pegs, bases, or horrid support rods. I agree that the hair could typically have more flow to it though.
    7 days ago
    4pt
    I think my biggest dream for this product line is to use characters that are already a bunny or rabbit and just put the suit on them. And also make them 1/8 scale instead of 1/4 which takes up the entire shelf. They already did it with the 10 Count figures so it's only fair.
    7 days ago
    2pt
    "If characters such as Holo The Wise Wolf or Shinobu Oshino were to get bunny figures"
    Man of culture right here
    7 days ago
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