Time for another T-shirt post. This time is the ‘pretty alien’ Touwa Erio T-shirt by COSPA.
The shirt itself is really beautiful. I love the space-ish look on the background. And the blue looks really nice. Again, I don’t watch anime but I buy T-shirts with cute girls.
Distortions to show the details and the quality of the print. They are using the dot technique, which I really love. The shirt will not crack fast because of this. Plus it makes the shirt more comfortable to wear. Another lovely thing is it makes the print more flexible.
The only annoying part is the stars on the top part of the shirt. Makes you look like you have dandruff everywhere. But anyway, I’m pretty satisfied with it.
P.S. I wish COSPA would make a full graphics shirt with this character. It might look really nice.
Next aircraft up is the Boeing 747-249F Northwest Airlines Freighter in the “Investing in Pacific Trade” special livery (N643NW). Manufactured by Dragon Wings.
Not the most colourful plane out there, but the livery is quite interesting for me. It’s simple and clean, and most importantly, it looks good.
Both sides show different cities. This side show Anchorage, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.
And the other side shows Bangkok, Guam, Hong Kong, Manila, Osaka, Shanghai, Singapore, Taipei, and Tokyo. The globe also show different regions. This one is Eurasia and the other is North America. Hence the cities, I believe.
From the front.
Again, the paint job on this plane is also really good. No signs of fading off after 7-8 years. I believe not much cargo planes have special liveries. Sometimes I like the clean look from cargo planes, as they don’t have the windows. Overall, it’s a great buy. Love it.
Like I’ve said earlier too, perhaps I would like to do shirt posts based from my collection. First up is this one from TBS iShop, in collaboration with COSPA.
Front side of the shirt.
And the back side.
The shirt is pretty cute but considering it’s double sided and attracts a lot of attention, I don’t think I can wear it outside. Just for home and sleep use. I like the back print a lot. All five girls look pretty cute there. It’s just too bad you can’t see it when you’re wearing it! :P
Distorted front and back. Just to show that the print is really good and soft.
…and the details. Parts of the confetti covering up the whole shirt.
The problem is this shirt come in a strikingly high price of 8400 yen. That’s like two Calvin Klein T-shirts down the drain. Not to mention the print might fade after several washes, if not taken care properly.
But anyhow I still like it. I don’t watch anime but I like to buy cute anime T-shirts. Plus it’s still really nice to wear around at home or to bed. It’s soft and comfortable and since I order it several sizes bigger, it feels floaty. Perfect for sleeping.
It’s been a while since my latest post. I intended to do a post for each die-cast airplane, so here we go. The first one I want to do is my 1/400 Austrian Airlines in the old Star Alliance livery. Manufactured by Dragon Wings.
There are two planes in the package. Here is the first one, the Airbus A320-214 OE-LBR. It’s pretty small since it’s just an A320, but the print job is pretty well done. I had this for about 7-8 years already and it still is in a very good condition.
Front view of the plane.
Here is the second one. Airbus A330-223 OE-LAO. Similar quality compared to the A320 before. Only the size that differs, since this one is a lot bigger.
More details on the livery. Honestly speaking I love this Star Alliance livery more compared to their recent one (for reference). The airline logos look pretty cute being stacked up together there in the livery.
The only downside is that the wheels often came off from the body. Plus considering its small size, it is easy to lose it when it came off. It’s still a great buy anyway, especially considering Austrian Airlines have repainted both of the planes. One (OE-LAO) with the new Star Alliance livery and the other (OE-LBR) with the regular Austrian Airlines livery.