Cu-poche Tsutsukakushi Tsukiko

Here’s another figure photography set of Cu-poche Tsutsukakushi Tsukiko. I’m sure many have seen these photos in Kotobukiya Facebook last week. The first set was posted on Valentine’s Day, check it out here if you haven’t seen it yet. She is my new favorite in Cu-poche series because I super love her blushing expression and her oni mask. I promise to take more photos of her once I’ve finished the pile of figures that is scheduled to shoot.

In the anime, Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko, Tsukiko and her sister live in the mansion, a traditional Japanese house interior. I decided to make a background similar to the scenes in the anime where they serve tea or eat. Since I have a lot of free time, I managed to finish the background on time and was able to shoot Tsukiko less than a week after I received it.

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The tatami mat was a gift from a friend. I met him in the internet since 2011, a fellow figure collector. I haven’t seen him IRL yet but he is nice enough to send me this tatami for my figure photography. Days ago, he sent me another one as an advance birthday gift. Thanks buddy! You know who you are.

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There’s a scene in the anime when she was telling Yōto a story with drawings.
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So I made up a scene while she’s drawing it before showing it to Yōto.
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I used poster color to make it appear like there’s a paint on her art materials. I screen captured that scene and cut out the drawing and printed it out.

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IMG_5433-2The Oni mask is a great accessory too.

IMG_5482-2Tsukiko is extremely shy person but really loves to eat. She’s on her way up to the hill to see the Stony Cat.

IMG_5490You might be wondering why she has that blank face expression all the time. As she is a super shy and very emotional type of girl, she prayed to the Stony Cat to be more mature. The Stony Cat fortunately can grant wishes and it took her emotions away from her.

I hope you enjoyed this set. I’ll see you on my next post!

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7 Replies to “Cu-poche Tsutsukakushi Tsukiko”

  1. Don’t know much about HenNeko but I like Tsukiko’s design. It translated pretty well to Cu-Poche form. And as always, your photos are adoooooorable 😀

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