Nagi – God of Death ver
Wowie~ A photo shoot! Sorry about the delay, I got classes now and it takes a lil extra time to process the photos~ ^^;
This photo shoot is slightly different as the location wasn’t pre-determined beforehand and is one of the larger groups I’ve been in, four people as opposed to two.
Today we get to see Nagi Akizuki in her God of Death attire. I can’t help but wonder on how she would kill you… Oh, I never played the game by the way. Peace@Pieces is a eroge by Unisonshift, with gorgeous art from Ito Noizi. The game was basically about… ok, I don’t know that either, moving along.
Today’s location was quite unexpected. The idea was to meet up with fellow comrades and then move off into the Fitzroy Gardens to take photos. We went around until I noticed the Conservatory and decided to check it out. We first tried inside but because of the lack of light and proper tripod we had to relocate. We moved to the exit and I saw the small courtyard of the Conservatory which was to be the place :3
We had a nice sunny day, but that had problems in it’s own. We had a white A4 canvas to reflect some light, but we only had one ^^; I brought along 2 figures for the photo shoot, Nagi and Hikaru. Nagi was on a sun dial while Hikaru was on the brick boundary. One of my friend and I were the photo takers while one was helping and the other was video taping us in our natural habitat.
Nagi, such a sexy figure. She’s quite well endowed and the figure shows it. She sits atop a …bug? which is also kinda cute. The sculptor Morikawa Hiromitsu has done a nice job but somehow Nagi seems much more “cuter” than the game illustrations. Some may not like the look but I kinda like it myself.
The paint job on Nagi is well done as expected from Alter quality. The white and blue clothes which Nagi wears are painted with a glossy finish and parts of it even shine with a pearlescent gloss. The green edges of her skirt are also covered in this gloss.
Nagi’s face is nicely sculptured and painted as well. While her left eye is mostly covered by her hair, it is visible from certain angles and it is painted with the same level of detail of her right eye. Her body sculpt is also very alluring, with all the curvatures to tease the eye.
Another day with the sun in full. Some of the shadows are just too harsh which I’m not too happy about. I didn’t use the canvas for Nagi but I prolly should of. We were taking photos of Nagi and Hikaru at the same time so the canvas was only available for one figure at a time. Some of the photos are over exposed as well, which is a lil shame =/
The photo shoot was ok considering the spontaneous locale, we had like a school of young international students or something walk by that were curious on what we were doing, which was about the only public eyes we had in the quiet gardens.
UNDERBOOB! *ahem* Nagi is an awesome figure if you like your girls with odd revealing clothes. With a blank stare Nagi seem almost like a goddess of tranquility however the bug she sits on does have a comedic presence. Alter has done a nice job again that compliments Goodsmile’s Nagi in school uniform.’
Details – Photo shoot
Aya Kyunik & Adiroth
Nikon Coolpix P2 & Olympus SP500UZ
16th July 2007
Conservatory – Fitzroy Gardens
Details – Figure
Place of purchase
Bought it for
Availability – HLJ (at time of writing)
Original illustration of Nagi God of Death ver
I mentioned that there were two figures at the photo shoot, the other is Hikaru – God of Death ver which will be featured on the next post.