Seeing as there aren’t many warm days left with fall progressing quickly and winter rapidly approaching, I decided to take the opportunity today to go out for a ride. It was a balmy 15°C / 59°F and windy as heck!
The name “high park” probably brings to mind the outdoors, things like trees and fields, people and picnics, plants and wild life. Dirty storm drains probably don’t top ones list of things they’d associate with a park but that’s where Chag and I went to shoot our Evangelion figures.
After finally cleaning out all the old computer parts and junk that was lying around and putting all that effort in I thought it was time to share/show off. Unfortunately however, getting a panorama shot of the room took far more effort than I was expecting.
This past weekend Chag from Hobby Hovel and myself visited High Park in Toronto for some figure photography. Those following on Twitter will know we photographed Kotobukiya’s recent Asuka and Rei figures, but I couldn’t stop there. So of course I brought along Horo, this time Good Smile Company’s.
Had a little time tonight so I thought I’d pull out my Wacom for the first time in probably well over a year and do a little ‘shoppery. I didn’t spend a lot of time trying to make her look perfect but for a quickie I think this is good enough.
Well I’m packed and ready to go. Managed to find a place for the smallest Horo figure out there, Kotobukiya’s. Would have been nice to bring Volks’ with me on a trip again, but it was just too tight a fit. As I said on Twitter, they really should have made a Horo figma, would have made this situation much simpler.
As the year is rapidly coming to a close and Christmas making way for New Years I figured I should get these posted as soon as possible lest it be 2012 already and Christmas long forgotten.
This post is nothing more than bragging about the awesome gifts I got for Christmas, but that’s what Christmas is all about right? How many of the things on your list could you convince your family of acquiring on your behalf. I jest, I jest, it’s really about suffering, suffering through the social differences of contrasting generations and their contradictory perspectives of every other generation as compared to their own. Fun times!