This is my first ever Racing Miku scale figure. She’s one of the figures piled up on my shelf for months now, and I think it is time to unbox her.
This is Good Smile Company Racing’s 2011 version. I really like this figure a lot, she looks pretty, mature and sexy. I am not really a huge Miku Hatsune fan, but every time she comes out with a nice figure with beautiful hair, pose and face I make sure to get her.
Here’s her sexy back. >_<
Miku looks like dancing in this picture.
I also heard rumors about this Racing Miku quality issues but I’m not really sure about that.
In this silhouette photo, I should’ve put the spotlight in the middle to accentuate her sexy figure. I will re-shoot once I get a new bulb.
I like to experiment with figure photography. I find Tentacle Armada and Happy Soda as my inspiration when it comes to scale figure photos. I need to shoot more indoor style photography, familiarize myself with the camera, learn Adobe PS and Adobe Lightroom tools.
The backdrop I used in this set of photos is just a piece of metal from the door which I found in the stock room. I don’t know what it’s called, but I think this may be available in hardware stores.
You never know what you can find in your garage, stock room or backyard. I mostly use what I have at home in my photo shoots (well aside from hand made sets and props I guess).