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Plastikitty Gallery Archive
Posted by Leah Bayer on December 24, 2012 | 5 Comments
Leah: I am kind of obsessed with Christmas figures. I’m not really sure why, but we have tons and I tend to keep them on shelves year-round. So how could we not do a Christmas shoot? Okay, that’s a bit of a fib: this is an older shoot that we actually did before we were at Plastikitty, but we didn’t finish it in time for the actual holiday so it got shoved to the side. But now Tama-nee and Mikuru are back better than ever!
Stephen: It’s weird to go back to a shoot from 2 years ago and bring it back to life here, but looking through these older pictures again as well as the accompanying ones of giving Leah our first Dollfie ever were just awesome. I still adore these figures to these day and it’s great to sometimes take a look back at where you’ve been so as not to forget all of the figures you’ve accumulated over the years and still appreciate every single one. Also, it was fun to see how terrible my original edits of these pictures were and fix them up so that they look nice and pretty to get you all in the holiday spirit!
Merry Christmas from Plastikitty!
Posted by Leah Bayer on October 6, 2012 | 1 Comment
This year at New York Comic Con, mph is going to have the wonderfully creepy Chris Ryniak Misfortune Cat at their booth. In honor of this, we’re putting up our shoot of the original release of this figure, done two years ago before the SDCC release! This is one of my absolute favorite vinyl pieces and has everything I look for: an original concept, a great sculpt, perfect quality control, and of course that excellent blend of cute and creepy. Stephen did a great job on this shoot, really highlighting all the aspects of this eerie kitty. If you’re on the fence about getting the NYCC one, hit the jump to check out Misfortune Cat in action! Or, you know, if you just like pictures of headless cats wandering around a foggy garden.
Posted by Leah Bayer on August 19, 2012 | 1 Comment
You might remember that I was originally quite unenthused with DDS Mariko, and actually preferred Millhiore in that Dolpa. Due to licensing, Millhi wasn’t at the place where we usually enter for dolls so we went for Mariko instead. It ended up being quite fortuitous, as Volks’ shots are quite misleading and the final Millhi just isn’t my style. Mariko on the other hand I instantly fell for! Her pale skin and sad eyes are so lovely and delicate.
Of course we had to give her a makeover, starting with her name. We don’t often rename dolls (with Sakuno/Sakura being the exception) but Mariko was changed almost instantly to Rose. Then she got a new wig, a new outfit, and some lovely flowers & ribbons in her hair. She’s become one of my favorites in our large family of dolls, with a sweetness that I find so endearing! Check out Stephen’s lovely shots of her in the gallery.