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Original Character - Skytube - T2 Art☆Girls - White Odette & Black Odile - 1/6 (Alphamax)Original Character - Skytube - T2 Art☆Girls - White Odette & Black Odile - 1/6 (Alphamax)

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white Odette: about 26cm
black Odile: about 28cm
Set includes:
- limited water surface base
- limited A4 pencil board


Selected Comments
When I saw this, there were only three options to me:
1. Get Odette & Odille
2. Get Odette & Odille
3. Get Odette & Odille
After careful consideration of all three options, I went for Odette & Odille
1 year ago
Recent Comments
In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥21,200)

Pre Owned for ¥21,200
└ Check product page for item condition.
In stock @ JFigure.com (¥24,800)
A/B condition
dvsntt (3 months ago) #31101497Selling mine, new & never-opened, with free shipping in the US

How much are you asking for it?
2 months ago
20k Mandarake right now!

2 months ago
Selling mine, new & never-opened, with free shipping in the US
3 months ago
Pre-owned A/A condition at 17K. jfigure.com/ind...
3 months ago
In stock @ Figuya
Anyone who's willing to sell these beauties within the EU (Germany preferred) ? ^^ Thank you Envatta for selling it to me <3
7 months ago
It appears from observing the trend of comments in MFC forums for a long time, in regards to portraying the dislike for Tony Taka's art style(especially the face of lady in the art), is mostly from demographic and culturally different regions of the world.
Tony's art is well renowned in Japan especially for that very same face. One may call it the perfect style for the face. The manufactures wouldn't produce them if otherwise and have good sales of many art books, scale figures, dakimuras, wall scrolls etc etc.... in Japan.
The art style has mostly symmetric face with sharp and big eyes, fair and clear clean skin, smooth and detailed hair, proportionate and aesthetically pleasing physique. The dislike appears to be towards the similarity in the face.
Regardless of this dislike, the sales prove otherwise, hence Tony art style is here to stay in the foreseeable future.
7 months ago
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