His face is adorably precious. His eyes are a brilliant shade of blue. They’re wide and well detailed. I would love to say they look clear and honest….but the Vocaloids are all evil, so there goes any innocent factor. His bangs fall into his eyes and his eartails frame his face quite nicely.
His sleeves are poofed up and they go with the shape of his shoulders nicely. The black cuff on the sleeves isn’t painted particularly well there’s a white ring around one of them that is not part of his design. The music note on his shirt is clear and crisp. His tie has a small black smudge on it.
His hips are swaying slightly to one side. His pants conform quite nicely to his hips. The belt that he’s wearing is very well painted no smudges on the triangles!
The yellow bands on his shorts are clear and crisp, nothing out-of-place. His leg warmers look great up top too! No smudges here either. The small yellow squares are pretty awesome too! His knees however have zero definition.
The leg warmers fall over his shoes, they don’t actually touch the shoes though which does seem a little awkward. The yellow soles are a nice touch. And like the Good Smile Statue of Len his feet aren’t flat!
Covering his forearms are some cute little detached sleeves. They have the same digital readout screen as most Vocaloid figures and a series of buttons are lined up underneath it. There is a nasty black smudge underneath the buttons.
Initially I was a bit worried about his ponytail, but it’s made of a hard sturdy plastic. It is not going to come out or break very easily. His hair is cute and simple it goes down to the nape of his neck where it separates into three sections for some nice hair definition. Something you don’t see very often is how the sections of hair curve as though it actually was hair pulled up in a ponytail. His hands don’t actually touch the headset. I do like though how his hands are in different positions. The fingers on one hand curl as though he where indeed reaching for the headset. The other hand however does not have the same curl to it.
His headset actually has a design on it regardless of being mostly covered by his hands. His bangs regrettably have an obvious mold line running across the full length of them. The seam line that connects his hair to the headphones is almost painfully obvious as well.
Len has a cute little round butt, which is a necessity for any pop star. His shorts fit nice and snug against his hips and pelvis and flair out once they reach his legs.
Each leg reads ‘electric voice system’ in clear white script. It stands out quite well against the dark grey of the leg warmers.
Then there’s this black bubbly thing near the bottom of the leg warmer. I’m not sure what exactly it is, but it looks like the approximate shape of a goldfish cracker.
The base is the keys of a piano. Len stands firmly on the base with the help of four fat foot pegs. He’s not coming off that base by accident that’s for sure.
The box is fairly vibrant with splashes of blue and pink on it like it’s caught in a strobe light effect. It doesn’t have any character art on it, but it does have a large picture window on the front, perfect for showcasing this adorable bishonen in all his glory.
Overall he’s really cute and worth every cent I paid for him.
Kudos awarded 4 out of 5