Introducing our pre-order guide for honey-licking Milim Nava Bunny Girl Style by quesQ from That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime. She’s devilishly cute in more ways than one. Her low-riding bikini is devastating at a distance too… High-quality product photos and the best places to order are ahead!
From the TV anime, “That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime” descends the demon lord Milim Nava as a stylized bunny girl in a bikini. Rimuru sits on her tray. As does a bottle of honey, which played a part in her becoming an ally. It’s devilishly cute the way she gestures while licking the honey off her fingers.
Translation from Japanese by MyGrailWatch
Character name Milim (ミリム)
Japanese name 転生したらスライムだった件 ミリム・ナーヴァ バニーガールStyle
Also known as 关于我转生变成史莱姆这档事 米莉姆・纳瓦 兔女郎Style
Maker quesQ (キューズＱ)
Sculptor Mishima (みしま)
Colorist Kawamo from REVOLVE (かわも)
Release Jul. 2022 / 発売 2022年7月
Pre-order closing date June 28th, 2021 23:59JST / 2021年6月28日 23:59
Scale 1/7 Scale (245mm)
At a Glance (click to enlarge)
Today we’re going to have a brief look at quesQ’s Milim Nava Bunny Girl Style from That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime. Her pre-orders opened with Shion, who we’ve already discussed. There are some good things about her design. So it feels wrong to deny this rendition of Milim, but deny her I shall.
Head, Hair, and Smile
Let’s start with what’s good about her, though. Firstly, Milim’s twin-tails are nicely designed. Because they aren’t overly detailed, they lend to her softer hair color. Her hair is less pink than it usually is and more of a salmon color. Its matte texture looks good too. There is more detail in her fringe and the upper back of her hair. I like how they show the braiding as well.
Her half-playful, half-toying expression fits her hairstyle mostly by the way her twin-tails are almost bouncing. Milim’s wide eyes are nice too. Maybe I like them because it’s like she’s looking past you. The shape of her jaw is also quite good. Her face is noticeably better than in the illustration. Unlike Shion, who’s missing her purple nail polish, quesQ has kept Milim’s. Her short black nails look good with her honey-licking pose. Another improvement over the illustration is how she’s carrying the tray. She’s holding it casually, but also at a natural angle. There’s better detail in her hand as well. A nice touch is how the honey shifts in response to her movements.
Besides hiding the seams in her arms, the only thing her arm decorations do is add visual noise. Granted, they and her necklace were included in the illustration. However, they look out of place for all the colors they add. Milim’s design becomes further disjointed as we move down her body. She doesn’t feel like a bunny girl despite the bunny ears and cuffs. Despite wearing a bikini, it doesn’t feel like she’s a swimsuit figure either. The overall waiter theme is insufficient in tying them together. Because of the lack of cohesion, Milim does feel like she’s comprised of mismatched parts.
Along with her hair, her black bikini bottom with its long ribbon also looks good in a matte texture. The bikini does a nice job accentuating her rear. Rather, her bikini bottom does a nice job adorning her rear; considering how much of it is on display. Obviously, there’s nothing wrong with that. But with her glossy bikini top and matte bottoms, even her swimsuit isn’t on the same page.
Moving further downward, I can’t help thinking that her back is unnaturally arched. From the bottom-up, her legs are mostly straight, giving her an initial upright stance. Then she starts leaning forward, not with her pelvis, but the small of her back. At the mid-point though, she throws her shoulders back. This allows her to establish eye contact. After her awkward posture, we’ll move onto her legs. Unfortunately, they are out of place too.
As with the illustration, the bands of her stockings force her flesh to double over them. Milim’s slim body isn’t very squishy, is it? To quesQ’s credit, they didn’t exaggerate her inner thigh’s squishiness. However, the real issue arises beneath the bands. Her legs from there onwards are noticeably oversized. A cue that they are too thick is how the light hits them. Shouldn’t her thighs be the thicker part of her legs? It’s also like she is going to come apart if you were to lift her. This adds to my previous point about her being comprised of mismatched parts. However, I meant it about her outfit, not her body parts.
They could have avoided this issue if they opted for painted stockings instead of fabric ones. Granted, it might not have looked as nice as fabric stockings. Thickness aside, Milim’s legs do look very nice. Both front and back parts of her knees look great. Her shins and calves deserve an honorable mention too. Also, literal stand-out areas are her ankles, which are very nice. It’s not a big issue, but her right foot could start sloping a bit lower.
Ending on a positive note was my intention. Alas, it’s not meant to be. The final critique goes for her bright red high-heel shoes, which are, a size too small. They are far too small in the toebox and heel. Her pigeon-toed pose looks awkward as well. It seems to round off her unnatural and possibly painful posture.
She’s more than a year away, so there’s hope they’ll rectify her legs. The arching of her back, I believe is set. Milim’s tax-inclusive ¥17,380 list price doesn’t feel good with all of these issues. There are some nice discounts to make her price more palatable, though. Anyway, that’s it from me. What do you think of her?
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Distributors for Milim Neva Bunny Girl Style
「転生したらスライムだった件 ミリム・ナーヴァ バニーガールStyle」の日本売り手
International / 世界的
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