Sorry I couldn't get a better shot of these as two of the C-ute visual screens that I ordered from Ohta arrived a few days ago.The very bottom where the Hello! Project logo is isn't visible in this photo as I couldn't get a better vantage point as I'm standing right up against the plasma t.v. at one end of my little room. I'm yet to hang these up and they're really large!!!….I'm going to need some help in getting these to drape across the ceiling which is really the only place left to hang up something of such a large size. The material is very similar to what you'd find your favorite anime characters or game icons printed on if you've seen those types of wall tapestries (wall scrolls) that are often sold at gaming stores particularly those that feature Japanese products. We have a couple of stores like that here in Hawaii called Toys n Joys and their inventory is quite amazing as you can find anything from figures, toys, plushies, DVD movies (Japanese, Korean, Chinese), gaming consoles, games, video games (including Japanese import versions), controls, blades, replicas of samurai swords, bows, car models, and of course wall tapestries (wall scrolls) as well as many more types of merchandise. It's really like walking into a candy store if you're interested in anything Japanese or are a video game enthusiast. I found quite a few of my Final Fantasy figures here too.
The material is however slightly more sheer than those typically found on wall tapestries but it's a high quality print which is sure to C-utify any room or in my case…ceiling. When it came to the C-ute designs I decided to pick Maimichan because she's simply my favorite in the group along with Kannachan because I thought she had the best pose out of all of the members in these particular shots used for these wall hangings….well that and I also think that Kannachan is growing ever so adorable! ^-^
And when it comes to BK I had to choose Momo and Riichan of course!
Okay now you can see their feet at least and the bottom of the screens. 😛 As you can see UTB, CD Data, and Bomb! magazine have taken over the bottom of that shelf on the right completely! Ohta was so kind to send me…..
…these UFA photos as a gift! ^-^ His post it tag above reads: "(GIFT) Thank you!" This is the second time that Ohta has sent me photos as a gift…such a kind and thoughtful gesture by him!
This first one is a standard 3 1/2" X 5" UFA photo and look the gang's all here!! The next 7 photos that Ohta gave me are of an unusual size as they measure 3 1/4" X 2 3/8" making them miniature UFA photos and a size that I haven't seen before. Some of these are marked "not for sale" so I'm thinking that they were from a promotional event of some sort. Really cute photos….thank you Ohta so much!!! ^-^
After scanning them and uploading them here they appear to be the same size as the 3 1/2" X 5" photo but the clarity is still pretty good even though they're slightly blown up images. I love these types of candid outdoor shots taken during pv filming…Aichan & Kamei! ♥