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Nanatsu no Taizai - Diane - 1/6 (Kitsune Statue)Nanatsu no Taizai - Diane - 1/6 (Kitsune Statue)

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Limited to 400 pieces for 429 euros
Estimated date : First quarter 2020

Shipping is set to be offered to Europe only

Orders via Kitsune statue : kitsunestatue.c...

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33pt
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8 months ago
30pt
xTAZORx Diane Lover
Aha, 1/6 Diane.
So she's going to be like 1.7 m? xDDD
8 months ago
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1pt
Nice recolor, closer to anime settings.
1 month ago
1pt
Better not to release her,her face is terrible
1 month ago
3pt
Heads up, they're repainting her i.imgur.com/mng...

Crap....now I really need to get her
3 months ago
3pt
A7xMad (4 months ago) #53694916you're missing on a very important fact that makes this argument useless, the digital drafts oftenly lack a lot in shading from the actual prototype, I guess you haven't seen much of them then.
I never said it's exclusive to resin pieces either.. but if you are looking for something plain it's better not to go for high end resin pieces because most people would rather go for something better looking and vibrant on a large display piece than something dull, which make it look very pasty given the size, shading is needed to a certain point but tbh the shading is not so much as you are making up. On a side note you can't really figure out the texture either from the digital draft. Take a look at most high end resin pieces and you will get the point as to why this needs shading, some very plain ones look pasty and make it look dull. Tbh it's also very exaggerated to say that it doesnt look like diane, the density is just right for it to fit a resin piece and be true to the actual character or else it wouldn't be approved . You should have seen the original draft (not on kistune fb page), they improved it a lot and its as close as it gets now. The only thing i would agree on is that the skin is more wrongly tanned in areas (plus the poor lighting) which they will take note of, other than that it's colours vibrancy really make Diane come out which is evident in the video.
Anyway it's cool and hope you have a good day


Hey you too man, hopefully you get the best version of the product in a timely manner. I'll look forward when you post em o/
4 months ago
1pt
SemperFeels (4 months ago) #52999376I highly disagree. Color fidelity and style is not exclusive to resin or pvc, it's in every form of art out there. Just because you have more shading doesn't mean it's automatically better, it's simply an artistic choice (Traditional vs Realism tattoos for example) although good shading requires skill compared to simpler colors. Seeing from the painter's portfolio, I can clearly see his expertise lies in more textured work.
Comparing the digital draft, you can see the difference in gloss, texture, her skin looks more tan, and etc. The way the figure looks now would look great for the Shounen lines that are popular in the Resin scene which fits the art from the source. I just think the vibe is far from the Nanatsu no Taizai I've come to love. Of course, i'm not an expert in the matter on the objective quality of the piece, just a simple individual who feels kinda let down when the prototype came out. We'll just have to agree to disagree.
you're missing on a very important fact that makes this argument useless, the digital drafts oftenly lack a lot in shading from the actual prototype, I guess you haven't seen much of them then.
I never said it's exclusive to resin pieces either.. but if you are looking for something plain it's better not to go for high end resin pieces because most people would rather go for something better looking and vibrant on a large display piece than something dull, which make it look very pasty given the size, shading is needed to a certain point but tbh the shading is not so much as you are making up. On a side note you can't really figure out the texture either from the digital draft. Take a look at most high end resin pieces and you will get the point as to why this needs shading, some very plain ones look pasty and make it look dull. Tbh it's also very exaggerated to say that it doesnt look like diane, the density is just right for it to fit a resin piece and be true to the actual character or else it wouldn't be approved . You should have seen the original draft (not on kistune fb page), they improved it a lot and its as close as it gets now. The only thing i would agree on is that the skin is more wrongly tanned in areas (plus the poor lighting) which they will take note of, other than that it's colours vibrancy really make Diane come out which is evident in the video.
Anyway it's cool and hope you have a good day
4 months ago
1pt
darkvoodoo (4 months ago) #53133858this figure looks nothing like the illustration.

www.youtube.com... here's a quick comparison if you're interested.

I've read that they might release it on ebay on the 13th (idk if international or only EU), just in case anybody here is still looking forward to preordering.
4 months ago
2pt
this figure looks nothing like the illustration.
4 months ago
1pt
is this really only in EU? It allows me to check out with a US address?
4 months ago
3pt
I didn't like her face
4 months ago
6pt
A7xMad (4 months ago) #52998594it's a high-end resin piece, of course the shading will be like that, that's the point... poor shading will make it look very pasty and tacky, almost like a cheap pvc. The portrait which is the most important point, is spot on because of that. The shading there makes it look like Diane exactly. You don't want it to look like a cheap pvc, otherwise you are looking in the wrong place. It's not that heavy to be different, and it's not so plain to be unrealistic, so you have to realize that more plain colours will make it look very dull, unlike here the colours are just about right for a resin piece to bring it to our world.

I highly disagree. Color fidelity and style is not exclusive to resin or pvc, it's in every form of art out there. Just because you have more shading doesn't mean it's automatically better, it's simply an artistic choice (Traditional vs Realism tattoos for example) although good shading requires skill compared to simpler colors. Seeing from the painter's portfolio, I can clearly see his expertise lies in more textured work.

Comparing the digital draft, you can see the difference in gloss, texture, her skin looks more tan, and etc. The way the figure looks now would look great for the Shounen lines that are popular in the Resin scene which fits the art from the source. I just think the vibe is far from the Nanatsu no Taizai I've come to love. Of course, i'm not an expert in the matter on the objective quality of the piece, just a simple individual who feels kinda let down when the prototype came out. We'll just have to agree to disagree.
4 months ago
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