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Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu - Rem - 1/8 - Ukiyo-e ver. (Kadokawa)Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu - Rem - 1/8 - Ukiyo-e ver. (Kadokawa)

Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu - Rem - 1/8 - Ukiyo-e ver. (Kadokawa)
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1/8  H=220mm (8.58in, 1:1=1.76m)
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02/2019 As Standard
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Japonés8,225 hits • 27 comentarios15 favoritos

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Available for pre-order @ Anime NPC ($181.42)
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Jheila Completely helpless
I have this figure pre-ordered through GSC, but due to issues dividing my family, I need to sell all my figures to help out.

I am selling it for 130$ plus the shipping, which hasn't been calculated yet. It was 159.99 directly from GSC, but I have to cut my losses.

I am selling every figure that is on my page. I am will try my best to keep it up to date, and this includes all my pre-ordered figures.
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I give her Pre Order away!
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Available for pre-order @ HobbyLink Japan Hlj.com (¥15,010)
Product page => hlj.com/product...
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PanchitoMatte (Hace 4 meses) #37642416For those wondering to what "浮世絵 version" is referring, I did some research:
Interstingly, 浮世絵 (Ukiyo-e) is a Japanese genre of paintings etched and painted on wood from the Edo Period (1608–1868). It seems that many depicted customs from that moment in time — a subject matter that was true to everyday life for commoners. As it turns out, Remu has her own Ukiyo-e style artworkUkiyo-e style artworkhttps://d1hc4zdhstp3wq.cloudfront.net/img/goods/L/301704000898.jpg, which was sold online at Kadokawa's e-store for ¥54,000, and scheduled for release in June 2018. The production was handled by Hobby Stock, who published a wonderful set of pictures showcasing the careful process that was necessary to produce the artwork.


Just a little correction! Ukiyo-e's are not actually paintings, they're prints. Each color is hand carved from wood, inked, and then pressed onto a piece of paper. Typically they are made in a limited number and then the block is destroyed. So each print is technically hand made/pulled by a printmaker, signed and numbered. They're a really amazing process, and I love how accurately this figure reflects the "flatness" that's indicative of the art form!

Ok, art nerd out.
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Available for pre-order @ Solaris Japan

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Available for pre-order @ Play-Asia.com ($142.99)
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Jheila Completely helpless
Any chance of a Ram being made? I'm only buying them when they come in sets... as painful as it is
Hace 4 meses
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PanchitoMatte (Hace 4 meses) #37642416For those wondering to what "浮世絵 version" is referring, I did some research:
Interstingly, 浮世絵 (Ukiyo-e) is a Japanese genre of paintings etched and painted on wood from the Edo Period (1608–1868). It seems that many depicted customs from that moment in time — a subject matter that was true to everyday life for commoners. As it turns out, Remu has her own Ukiyo-e style artworkUkiyo-e style artworkhttps://d1hc4zdhstp3wq.cloudfront.net/img/goods/L/301704000898.jpg, which was sold online at Kadokawa's e-store for ¥54,000, and scheduled for release in June 2018. The production was handled by Hobby Stock, who published a wonderful set of pictures showcasing the careful process that was necessary to produce the artwork.


nice info. seems like i like the artwork more than the figure. but that price and oh my that craftmanship. i do something similar like this in real life but that is much more detailed oriented.
Hace 4 meses
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