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Chibi-Arts is a figure series produced by Bandai since late 2010.

Following Good Smile Company's Nendoroid principles, the series is about rendering iconic characters from various successful Japanese series into SD / chibi version of their self. Figures are about 10 cm tall and are sold with several interchangeable parts and accessories, allowing to reproduce character striking poses.

SD for super deformed / chibi (dwarf in Japanese) are terms originally designing a drawing style where characters are rendered with a head-body ratio of 1:3. This style is focused on the character facial expressions and are used to obtain cute versions, following the moe 萌 trend appealing to the female population.

Boa Hancock

Monkey D. Luffy


Portgas D. Ace



Boa Hancock (with Salome Ver.)

Tony Tony Chopper

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