Areca Cartoon Fiberglass sculpture is made by three-dimensional printing, refitting Fiberglass, painting and baking paint on the surface.

The shape of Alareca cartoon Fiberglass sculpture comes from the animation work “Alarie” of Akiyama Ming, a famous Japanese cartoonist, who created a science fiction comic about teenagers in the 1980s. This work has been adapted to TV animation twice and has been shown in several theatre editions of animation.

Introduction of Alareca Cartoon Fiberglass Sculpture

Introduction of Alareca Cartoon Fiberglass Sculpture

Areca Cartoon Fiberglass Sculpture is a simulation robot manufactured by thousands of guards, although it has the height of junior high school students. The author also intentionally explains in the cartoon that the reason for the reader’s question is that Alaree has many back-up bodies.) There are also high-powered learning abilities (Note: Alley showed higher learning abilities in cartoons than most people), but only the mind of kindergarten students (Note: Most of the people of the same age in the village are so). It has great power, but more damage than construction. He likes to play with the excrement on the ground or to separate his head from his body. There was a glitch in the process of making Alert, which affected vision, so glasses should be worn. Alley can eat nothing, but he must drink a drink called “Mechanical Vitamin A” (a liquid extracted from seawater and used exclusively for Alaley’s energy), otherwise, he can’t replenish energy.