Hatsune Miku makes yet another stunning appearance in plastic, proving PVC to be a lot more delectable than one can imagine – the digital queen comes dressed as a nurse, just as seen in her Koiiro Byoutou PV.
First of all, it must be blatantly said that the most striking feature of this fantastic figure are the colors. Miku’s hair is nothing less than mesmerizing – a luscious blue clearer than the sea just subtly swirls and transitions into alternative shades and tones. Nearly translucent in appearance, it starts a solid baby blue from the top and softly enters a new pallet of the visually easing hue – until ultimately, it recedes at the bottom with heavy dark blues, shining under the light like a two-tone vehicle subject to the sun.
The pinks and reds are very pale pastels suitable for the medical look – by lacking intensity, they allow Miku’s relaxing blue hair to lash out in contrast and collective beauty. Miku’s eyes are a drab blue, and with the rule of value being “darks recede, lights come forward”, Miku’s eyes dip into her complexion – smoothly fitting in, and again, allowing her vibrant hair to stand out.
Shape was emphasized in the creation of this figure in place of the conventional heavily detailed lines. The lack of finer details are actually what assist in making the stylized sight this figure offers as it boasts bright colors and catchy patterns instead.
Speaking of some of the scattered details, the unique tilt of her medical insignia is an excellent touch which differentiates the figure from a regular “sexy female nurse” who usually has that blistering red cross on her outfit. Everything seen here is welcoming on the eyes. The pills are of course one of the figure’s most incredible features – they make the figure not a still sight, but a scene, a dynamic excerpt of a fluid motion. They all consist of the same selectively soft colors, and serve as a wonderful decked out base for the figure.
Beside Miku is a high energy chibi version of herself riding a syringe – this truly offsets the otherwise standard and less appealing aesthetic impression of the figure to alternatively deliver a much more delicious informally balanced piece. Let’s not forget the fluttering ribbon of gauze either, which serves to be an awesome use of tower space.
The figure, as we’ve mentioned earlier, is based off of her Koiiro Byoutou theme which is a tune so energetic and uplift with a hint of thrash, matching the figure like a recreation of the sculpted art in vibration form: