Twitter user “しうみ (@seaumi4)“, who describes himself as a doll photographer, posted a new update focusing on the character Marin Kitagawa of the franchise Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru (My Dress Up Darling). The photographer prepared quite a few designs and costumes based on her character, such as her school uniform and her swimsuit, although it becomes clear that her body is not directly based on her, mainly because of the color of the eyes. her eyes. One of the photos also includes Sajuna “Juju” Inuiwhich is also made evident by the hair accessory placed on the left side of her head.
The anime adaptation has been broadcast since January 8 and is confirmed with twelve episodes, while the platforms Crunchyroll and Funimation are responsible for its distribution in the West, also with a dubbing into Latin Spanish. For his part, Fukuda publishes the manga in the magazine Young Gangan from the publisher Square Enix since January 2018.
Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru Synopsis
Engrossed in the family business of traditional doll making, Wakana Gojou is a reserved first-year high school student with no friends. With the painful memory of a childhood friend’s disdain for his interest, Gojou can’t relate to his classmates and his hobbies, causing him to isolate himself. Gojou has not yet perfected the making of the dolls’ faces, but he is exceptionally skilled at making his clothes. His skill with the sewing machine is soon discovered by his beautiful classmate Marin Kitagawa, whose boldness and honesty Gojou both admires and envies. She instantly shares his own hobby with Gojou: he likes to dress up as erotic video game characters. However, Kitagawa doesn’t know how to sew her own outfits, which leads her to seek out Gojou’s expertise. Being drawn into the charming girl’s endless adventures related to cosplay, Kitagawa becomes her first friend who fully accepts him. Thus, although they are polar opposites, their relationship slowly flourishes thanks to her ability to help each other in the intricate world of cosplay. Source: Otakomu