Check Out the Latest Shots of the In-Progress, Life-Size Fate/Grand Order Figure
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
A brand-new life-size figure will go on display at the Wonder Festival [Winter] event on February 18, that is if this guy doesn't snatch it up first. Figure prototypist and Wonderful Works representative Kaoru Sakaki shared an image of the upcoming Mash Kyrielight life-size figure from the Fate Grand/Order mobile game on February 7. She's not in her underwear, but she is dynamically posed with her shield.
ワンフェスで展示する等身大マシュの進捗です。もうちょっと磨いたら塗装します。 pic.twitter.com/6aQeHbOb2O— 榊馨@WF4-10-5 (@sakaki_kaoru) February 7, 2018
He later shared her with her shield on February 10.
立ったああああ! pic.twitter.com/cOB1lQ1zeF— 榊馨@WF4-10-5 (@sakaki_kaoru) February 10, 2018
Sakaki began the painting process on Sunday.
今日は肌塗りました。 #wf2018w #FGO pic.twitter.com/tr8iu8NEGx— 榊馨@WF4-10-5 (@sakaki_kaoru) February 11, 2018
Life-size anime character statues are impressive in both size and price. Each one roughly costs two million yen (US$20,000) and at five foot tall, they can't just be tucked away in a closet when space gets tight. Some of these figures become literal labors of love, like in the case of the Futari-H figure dressed by creator Aki Katsu.