“This is a serious problem… we need to get started immediately!
Here comes a new figma from the popular anime/manga series “Attack on Titan” (Shingeki no Kyojin), Levi heichou in his cleaning outfit.
Last month, we’ve seen Levi in chibi sized form cleaned Wagnaria Restaurant and my garden. Now, you’ll be seeing more serious look of figma Levi Cleaning Ver. in his most handsome, serious and scary look.
Here’s what comes with figma Levi Cleaning ver. There’s also an extra hair parts that you can use for figma Mikasa and Levi’s regular version. Unfortunately, I haven’t received my figma Mikasa yet so I wasn’t able to try it out. As soon as I get her, I’ll definitely make a good use of this.
They also include a special board that you can use as your background in recreating the scenes from the anime.
This special background is very useful for those who don’t have time building diorama. I didn’t use this board though as I have made a diorama which I already used in my last figure photography of Nendoroid Levi Cleaning ver.
I decided to re-use it and rearranged the furniture. I made an entirely different room that Levi would be cleaning today.
He looks like he’s about to kill someone. Lol. Maybe he would later.
Uh-oh. somebody’s in big trouble.
Let’s Call it a Day
With figma’s improved articulation and joints, I was able to pose him in different ways. I made him like a commercial model of some sort. Haha.
You can see upclose that the quality is top notch. I am really happy to received this great figure.
And of course, a cup of coffee on a time like this, watching the sunset.
I loved taking pictures of Levi drinking his coffee in this dramatic mood and setting. If only I have cups and other accessories scaled to figma or 1/12, the scene would be much better. This serious face expression is my favorite, he looks really cool and handsome. :3
So if you’re a big fan of Attack of Titan and Levi, then this figma is worth every penny. The accessories and extra parts are such a nice touch in recreating an epic scene from the anime with figma Eren, Mikasa, Armin and Levi regular version.
I mentioned earlier this year that I’ll be making a special figure photography of my Attack on Titan figures – figma and nendoroid. It’s still in progress and I will definitely make it before the year ends.
I hope you enjoyed my Good Smile Company Wonderful Hobby Life figure photography series as much as I had fun taking all the pictures to show everyone.
I’ll see you on my next post! ❤
*You can still order him in Good Smile Online Shop. My heartfelt thanks and special shout out to good guys of Good Smile Company, Max factory and Mamitan! 😀
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Ang galing! Especially yung naka pose na umiinom ng kape sheng!
Woah! Princet-oops, Prince!! I’m glad to see you here sa blog. Haha. Thank you. Feel na feel namin uminom ng kape yesterday habang nilalamok ako sa pagpicture sa kanya haha.
Seriously, thank you! Natuwa ako na nagustuhan mo pics! ❤
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Woah Levi is really handsome in this figma shape, they did a great job with his serious face.
I like the cleaning version of him the most, the parts and hands are great, I find it remarkable that he can hold the cup with his index finger. Ok, but the emo face is just scary XD
great setup again.
I also like this Cleaning version, love all the face expression. It’d be nice to have a regular Levi figma though. I only set my mind to collect only the main three friends Mikasa, Eren and Armin. :<
Hah this was a really fun set to look at 😀 Levi is really serious about cleaning!
Hi from France!
Your picture set is awesome, good work! (^_^)
(I was hesitating a bit to buy this figure, you’ve finished to persuade me – well that wasn’t too hard either ^_^;)
I just got the sigma Levi, non cleaning. How do I set up the base?
oh my, this is really really awesome. Where do you find the props for them? (like the coffee cup) I’m about to start my own toy photography blog as well and could use some pointers from a pro! 🙂 I’m also interested in how you start building your dioramas!! Looking forward to hearing from you (hopefully you see this!)