Seena Kanon by Max Factory

6 thoughts on “Seena Kanon by Max Factory”

  1. This is the bootilicious version of Seena.
    A skirt not made of mail is not going to provide protection anyway πŸ˜‰

    As for why she’s in this posture, well, it’s for the same reason I love almost all Shining Wind/Tears models (and most are made by Kotokubiya, especially the delicious ones): They’ve been designed by Tony Taka. Her posture here is based on an original drawing of hers. I’m sure you can find it on moe.imouto or safebooru or one of them sites…
    Her skirt is not too short, it’s just long enough to tantalize you in her pictures.
    And I bought that Tony Taka artbook, with my friend buying it, and shipping it, etc. it all added up to $80 or so, but it was worth every penny.

    Also, don’t remember, aside from her base, you also measured her hat. But I guess she’s still too big.

    1. Quite bootilicious indeed. I have to admit, I was just having a bit of fun with the coke bottle/can measurements and comments about the length of her skirt. Though when I did my measurements, I did not measure her base, I used a ruler and some math to guesstimate some things. For example, if her legs were enormous, she might actually work out to the right size, since I based a lot off the size of her legs.

      Tony Taka has some wonderful artwork, I didn’t realize this was also based on one of his drawings. But of course that would make a lot of sense! Looking through danbooru I see that it’s likely to be this picture, which I never thought of due to not seeing the rest of her. But her pose is definitely the same as in this picture. Thanks for pointing that out!

      I’ve collected a lot of Tony Taka artwork (digitally) over the years, but I guess I missed this one.

      1. That’s the one.

        I also have a lot of his, and others’ art on my computer. His is the first anime artbook I buy, though I have several others, and also a couple of my mom’s from the early 80s I think, which are crazy and cool.

      2. I’ve only purchased a few anime related books, such as Range Murata’s Robot books, though I was hoping they contained more of his art than they do. I bought the english translated copies off Amazon.ca. Only ~$15 a piece, not bad, and got free shipping.

  2. Scales are meaningless. MEANINGLESS, I say!

    This is a very striking figure. Great colors, beautiful face, fantastically imaginative outfit, and striped panties to top it all off. πŸ˜€ I now see why people prefer this Max Factory one over the upcoming one from Orchid Seed. I wonder if I can squeeze this one into my budget.

    PS. Drossel likes striped pantsu, doesn’t she? πŸ˜€

    1. Yeah, scales tend to be mostly meaningless. But usually, in my limited experience anyway, they tend to work out to somewhere around the 160 cm mark for height using their scale.

      I actually like the Orchid Seed version better, so far anyway. Maybe once I compare the two side by side I’ll change opinions. But I like Orchid Seeds version because of the black thighhighs, the plaid kilt, the position of her legs, and the length of her hair.

      I think Drossel prefers striped pantsu for sure, and she certainly enjoys a well shaped bottom.

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