Little Mako Adventures: Kindergarten Days


My new photo series featuring the adorable Nendoroid Mako Mankanshoku in her kindergarten days inspired by this artwork. I used my doll’s kindergarten uniform in this photo shoot.

For those who have been following my work, I’m sure many of you noticed that I avoid using the same background or room sets for photo shoots. I maybe using the same window/shoji, but I always try my best to have the room designed differently from other background set I made in the past. But for now, I decided to take a break from nendoroid room set ups since we have a nice weather in the morning. Besides, it’s a great time for outdoor photography! Blue skies, bright sun and slightly cool breeze.

There are so many wonderful moments you would want to capture in everyday life of a 5-6 years old. Like enjoying an ice cream treat, blowing bubbles and wondering about a butterfly. So here are Mako’s captured moments. Enjoy the photos! o (◡‿◡✿)

All photos are taken with Sony A7 Mark II FE 55mm 1.8 ZA. ❤

Happines is a wonderful country view while eating ice cream.. 

oops until it’s gone. 


Happiness is blowing bubbles..


Happiness is a butterfly which when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which if you sit down quietly, may alight upon you.Nathaniel Hawthorne


I’m not really into photoshopping effects in my pictures so I made some butterflies. I cut a portion from a stationery and drew a butterfly pattern. I cut it carefully then attached a thin wire using blu-tack. I used thin wire, so I can stick it on to the soil. Maybe one day, I’m gonna make more of this and make a butterfly garden.

That’s all for today everyone! See you again on my next post! ❤


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