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Yamomark 金魚試作完成 Kingyo

Two more gorgious additions to the Yamomark 金魚試作完成 Kingyo line! Koi Kingyo above, Aka Kingyo below.

First painted release below,

"I was able to prototype a while ago. At first I think I will go with the color of something like this.
I think in time for the Wonder Festival.

I wish I would be thrilled to imagine that such a big monster destroying the city of Nerima appeared from Shakujii Park pond." Yamomark via his blog, here.

Awesome wax of Yamomark latest figure Kingyo! This crawling Lion head goldfish has been on my mind for a while since I saw Yamomark's first sculpts.












Lionhead (goldfish) via http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lionhead_%28goldfish%29

"Lionheads were bred in China to depict the image of the mythical Chinese lion-dog (the shishi, in Japanese legend).[2] They were introduced to Japan from China during the 17th and 18th centuries. The Japanese produced lionheads with more rounded back profiles, modified tails and diminished size of the headgrowth."

 I am very happy this will be made into vinyl! I can already imagine this with all sort koi spray patterns.