Instead of being a shy onee-san, Icomochi’s lovely white bunny seems a bit annoyed. Maybe it’s because of the lingering gazes she has to endure. She’ll have to get used to it, though. Come July, nobody will be able to take their eyes off her. High-quality product photos and AmiAmi await!
An onee-san wearing a white bunny outfit is glancing your way with a shy expression.
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Translation from Japanese by MyGrailWatch
Character name Shiro Bunny Onee-san by Icomochi (白バニーおねえさん)
Japanese name 白バニーおねえさん
Also known as Shiro Bunny Onee-san by Astrum Design / 白色兔女郎小姐
Original illustrator Icomochi (イコモチ)
Sculptor 76 (Staff)
Release Jul. 2022 / 発売 2022年7月
Scale 1/7 Scale (250mm)
At a Glance (click to enlarge)
The lady is based on this illustration by Icomochi. For an additional fee, you may purchase the bonus version which includes a 300mm x 500mm tapestry (or wall scroll, if you will) of this illustration.
Her pose is reminiscent of the one taken by FREEing’s “B-style Nakiri Erina Bunny Ver.” Even her expression is similar. Is she pissed off or is she embarrassed? Tsun-tsun characters are at their cutest when they’re like this.
What I don’t like is the visible seams showing how they assembled her. Her shoes separate from her ankles completely. This area is the most obvious. Less obvious is her upper body separating from her bunny outfit. Hopefully the fix it upon release.
The front of her hair is best. A lot of trouble went into replicating the illustration. Areas out of the way weren’t neglected, which is really cool. The two wayward strands by the right-side of her bunny Alice band were even included. On her left side, there’s another loose strand behind her ear that’s there too. I like the idea of her sidelock slipping past her ear and dangling in front of her. Since it’s prominent, the top three locks could have separated more from each other. The tips are a bit thick by the hair resting by her shoulders. Adding little fleshy folds by her armpits is an appreciated touch. From the side, her arched back looks really nice. It’s a good angle that’s not too deep. You can see the angle of her shoulder blades from the side.
With her hips and thighs being as wide as they are, I’m surprised that she has a thigh gap. Her body is both the best and worst for a bunny outfit or any outfit, for that matter. The bunny outfit has a traditional design, the position of the ears even hint to its origin. The high-cut hip section and low back are its highlights. For these two reasons, the design suits her body really well.