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Today we'll be taking a look at native's latest figure from their Creator's Collection line. As for the name of the figure one was not provided and she's only referred to as "Sexual Police". The figure was based off of an illustration by Tatami who appears to be a mystery to me. I can't really find any info about him or what else he's worked on.

The figure was a native online store exclusive and was available for order in late 2012. She was released in May of 2013 and at this time is probably still available from stores that carry native figures or the secondary market. She retailed for around 8,500 Yen but at the time of pre-order you could only order her directly from native or a proxy. If you had to order through a proxy she probably ended up costing around 10,500 Yen not including shipping. The bright news is native has started to allow international customers to order their figures meaning future offerings won't cost as much if shipping is reasonable.

The goal today is to take a closer look at the figure and what she has to offer.

Please understand a score of 10 will never be given as there is always room for improvement no matter how perfect a figure.

Warning!!!!!! This review contains NSFW images, proceed at your own risk.
Packaging: 8/10 ★★★★★★★★☆☆
native as usual does not allow the figure within to be seen unless you open the packaging. This is appreciated as in most cases it should protect the figure from prying eyes such as customs. The design and layout of the figure box is pretty simple but it gets the job done. If you look at the color pattern it's easy to see the police theme with the black and white as well as the use of red. All in all the packaging supports the theme of the figure.

Packaging weight and dimensions:
With Protective Box: 595 grams
Just figure box: 400 gram
H: 121 mm
W: 176 mm
D: 198 mm

I don't think I can remember a figure box from native where the figure was not sufficiently protected. As you can see above the figure box is shipped in a double-layered corrugated cardboard box which provided excellent protection for the figure box. Depending on where you order her from your figure might not come with it. If you note the excellent protection does come at the cost of weight where it adds close to 200 grams to the to the total weight. The figure box is also covered in tissue paper to further protect the exterior of the figure box from scratches. The figure box itself is made of a lightweight corrugated cardboard but due to the way it's folded over several times and the lack of any window portals protection does not suffer. The figure box is compact and pretty light. They achieved a perfect balance between size, weight and protection. She should get to you safely and not break the bank doing it.

Once you open up the packaging you are greeted by the figure and little is left to the imagination. A typical two piece blister was used to further protect the figure. The blister pieces were taped together to help prevent the figure from shifting if the blister was to separate. Some plastic sheets were used to protect the figure from rubbing and paint transfer as well. The tolerance on the various pockets within the blister were tight and everything fit securely. You could easily tell that the protection of the figure was a top priority for them.

Instructions were provided for the care of the figure which is appreciated. However, she wasn't that complicated so you could get by without them if needed. The illustration that the figure was based off of was also included as usual which is definitely appreciated as other manufacturers have a bad habit of not doing this.

All in all my expectations were met, except for how compact the packaging ended up being. If you choose to use fast shipping like I did you might be a little upset at the cost for such a small package. The packaging was light, compact and offered excellent protection. If you're not in a rush shipping shouldn't break the bank and she should get to you safely. The design supports the theme of the figure so I can't really ask for anymore. A decent job as usual.

Sculpting: 9/10 ★★★★★★★★★☆
Sculpting credits go to Eriko has been working with figures for only a few years. Even though he only has a few figures under his belt they all have been consistent in their quality, detail and overall execution. Below you can see some of the girls he's worked on to get an idea of what to expect including another native girl.

As you can see she separates at the waist and the socket is thick enough that you would have to make some effort to damage it. The fit is also snug but could vary between figures.

She also comes with articulated functional handcuffs. I can't wait to use them on other figures even though I already have several from other figures but very few of them are as functional and detailed as these ones. The chains appear to be metallic as well. She comes with a police woman cap and as you can see the inside is groved to rest on her head a certain way. However in my case I could never get it to rest correctly to match the illustration. Results may vary though unless they messed it up for all the figures? I really wish they used a magnet for the hat instead.

Her clothes that can be removed are shown below. Even when on little is left to the imagination. The skirt will only fit one way so I doubt you'll have much trouble figuring it out and there shouldn't be a risk of paint transfer. Care should be taken with her panties as they are somewhat fragile due to how rigid and thin the pieces are considering you have to bend them. Plus you could scratch the figure with her sharp and rigid panties.

In any case let's move on to the main show.






The pictures do not do her justice, in any case she looks much better in person especially her face. She was difficult to shoot due to her pose and how the illustration depicted she should be viewed. As you can see sculpting wise they seem pretty faithful to the illustration. Let's start with her face.

It is difficult to see due to the angle of the illustration and her profile but it looks like they were faithful in recreating her face. As mentioned she looks much better in person especially her facial features. I don't show it but I am disappointed with the transition from her jawline to neck as there is an ugly seam. However they do try to hide it with her hair and you can't really see it unless you display her in such a way that she wasn't meant to be seen. It's a non-issue but it does give you a hint to how much effort they put into her including the attention to detail so seeing that has biased me to being more unforgiving with any other "issues". In any case her face was meant to be seen from basically one profile at a certain angle which she looks good so I guess that's all that matters.

Moving on to her hair you do notice the typical seam line that you find with most figures where the front and back hair pieces join. I really think they could have done more to reduce or minimize it. I guess they were counting on the hat to take care of that? When compared to the illustration the hairstyle and details match up for the most part. However the various strands especially the ends were just a little too thick for my taste. I don't think I'm being picky as I've seen plenty of figures in my time where the execution on the hair was done a lot better. However as mentioned for the most part her hair matches up with the illustration and is sufficiently detailed. And like the face, her hair looks good when viewed from the perspective outlined in the illustration. Note her hair is pretty rigid and I doubt it would resist any damage if she was dropped and handled roughly so care should be taken around her hair.

Moving on to her pendulous breasts you can see that they're not defying gravity... well maybe. Considering how big they are, you'd think they'd be hanging/sagging more instead of retaining their teardrop shape? I mean I'm sure she's firm but against all that mass? In any case I'm not complaining. The overall shape and details look good and her underboobs do not have any ugly scars that you see with some figures. I especially liked the job they did on her nipples and cleavage.

Backing up a little you can see the rest of her body along with those pendulous breasts of hers. She just has a lovely set of curves on her bordering on the dangerous side. Just like his previous native girl, I love the job he did on her waist and tummy. Hopefully you can tear your eyes away from those breasts of hers to note the details put into her shirt what little there is to see of it. Her shirt is nicely detailed with how it wrinkles and bunches up around her looking fairly realistic.

I just love the lines on her, I can't get enough of her curves looking at her from various profiles. Just look at her waist and hips it just makes me want to beg for more.

As mentioned previously her panties don't really leave much to the imagination. Even when she's wearing them you still get an eye full. The transition from flesh to material is pretty natural considering the panties are cast offs. As mentioned they are somewhat difficult to install and remove since some bending is required when working with the two pieces as well as fear you might scratch the figure.

And speaking of curves, when you remove the panties you can see even more. I don't think you can deny she's got a butt that just won't quit. Just look at those lines from her waists to hips to those lovely butt cheeks. Her posterior is detailed and realistic looking. Plus her rear end looks great from various angles and is easily the show stealer.

Taking a closer look you can see she's anatomically correct and quite detailed. The way she spreads her butt cheeks to give you a better view was executed perfectly and looks quite natural. And again just look at those curves on her, so natural looking and plain old hot.

Moving on down to her long shapely legs you can see the details do not stop here. The panty hose pulled down is detailed and looks realistic but you should be careful with the crotch area as it is very rigid and susceptible to damage. Note the details at how the panty hose wrinkles and bunches up realistically as well as how it looks like the crotch area is stretched out. Also look at how the material wrinkles and bunches up around her ankles, quite realistic looking. The transition from her thighs to panty hose was seamless and looked quite natural.

Eriko and native did a good job with her. She's detailed and the fit and finish were more than acceptable. The only seam lines visible was the ones mentioned at the neck and hair which were not that big of a deal. I'd say they were able to bring the illustration to life. Expectations were met.

Painting: 8/10 ★★★★★★★★☆☆
native usually does a good job coloring their figures using all the tools available and I'd say for the most part this figure isn't any different. As you can see below the colors don't match up as closely as they could be. I've seen plenty of figures based off of illustrations where their colors matched up almost perfectly so I know this is possible but this can be forgiven. However I do have one issue that I will bring up.





Her eyes were placed precisely and seem to match the illustration. Her complexion is fair and looks good but there is a big issue for me. In the illustration she's blushing. Where is my blushing, native? How hard is it to put a blush on her? This still goes on with the bait and switch and it's getting old fast. And this isn't the first time native has done this and it isn't going to be the last but it doesn't make it right. Also as mentioned her face looks better in person so the pictures of her face do not do her justice especially with the discoloration. Also her hair color doesn't seem to match up with the illustration either.

The hand painted parts of her uniform were done very precisely. As mentioned when looking at the illustration the colors are just off. Plus where she's sweating in the illustration, nada on the figure. And I've seen plenty of figures where they were able to recreate/simulate sweat perfectly so it's not an impossible task. The saving grace is of course where native usually shines, her flesh. Her flesh just looks lovely and life like. Look at the shading and accents used to bring out the details and to breath life into her. I love the job they did especially her nipples. Then of course you have her naughty bits and rear end which you can see they put a lot of attention into. They look detailed and realistic.

Don't get me wrong, even though she doesn't match up precisely with the illustration she still looks good, especially her skin. But the missing blush definitely upsets me as it's something they can easily do and I don't see how they could have missed it as it just changes the tone of the figure. Expectations were mixed and I'm somewhat concerned about future offerings.

Posing: 9/10 ★★★★★★★★★☆
As you can see below they did a decent job replicating the pose even if it does make it awkward for me to shoot her. Display wise if you want to match up with the illustration she's going to have to go very low. Viewing her any other way just loses the impact or looks plain weird...

In any event their recreation of the illustration hits the mark in accuracy. The pose is a classic one as I have figures bending over in a similar manner like Nao.

Where she truly shines is the display options. As you can see below you have at least 8 ways to display her. With or without her hat, panties and skirt. The panties are the biggest change as you go from her bending over to bending over and spreading her butt cheeks to give you a better view...

What can I say? They nailed the pose almost perfectly. You have plenty of display options but the placement of her is going to be pretty awkward if you're concerned about getting the most impact out of her. In any case expectations were definitely met, excellent job all around.

Base: 9/10 ★★★★★★★★★☆
Not much to say here except the base is critical to figure as it's an extension of the figure and illustration. It's fairly stable and as you can see smaller than a CD so finding a spot for her shouldn't be much of an issue. The attention to detail put into the base cannot be missed. That rough pavement, sewer grate and the various grout/mortars can be felt and not just seen.

My only real concern is the foot pegs. They are sturdy but when mounting the figure at least for mine, it is a very tight fight and I had to bend the figure's legs. Each time I dismount/mount her from the base I expect something to snap. I mean I like a tight fit but that's just way to tight for my comfort.

The base is stable, compact and looks great. The details are more than sufficient. More importantly it's an extension of the figure and illustration.

Enjoyment: 9/10 ★★★★★★★★★☆
We've taken a closer look at her and what she has to offer. The figure when all was said and done cost me about 140 dollars total. The enjoyment of a figure is subjective so for the purposes of this review enjoyment means if I believe she was worth the cost of acquiring. I considered how accurately they recreated the pose in the illustration as well as the fit and finish of the figure. I also considered her lovely flesh and details found throughout her. Just looking at her in person, holding her in my hand... I don't regret getting her and if I had to do it again I would acquire her again. She's a lovely figure and as mentioned the pictures just don't do her justice. She looks great in person. Expectations were met.

See you later.
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chobittsu7 anno/i fa#1583414It's one of the few Native figures that don't do it for me. I find that this one lacks the kind of charisma that other Native figures do have. Same with this one: ITEM #144481 ; it's like they hired some sculptors who used to work for Gigapulse...
Furthermore I still don't like the face very much; that mouth kind of spoils it.

Me 2
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iTheShirt Seasonally Otaku'd
StarshipPooper7 anno/i fa#1604278She's wearing a hat? 8Þ

Lol You know what I mean! XD
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iTheShirt7 anno/i fa#1604195She's the first Native figure I got and I'm truly happy with her. Her poseability is fantastic and I love the handcuffs. For the hat, I use a minascule amount of kneaded eraser balled up at a point in the underside of the hat to hold it in place. It does not damage the figure, and it helps achieve the illustration's positioning. Should try it out.

She's wearing a hat? 8Þ
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iTheShirt Seasonally Otaku'd
She's the first Native figure I got and I'm truly happy with her. Her poseability is fantastic and I love the handcuffs. For the hat, I use a minascule amount of kneaded eraser balled up at a point in the underside of the hat to hold it in place. It does not damage the figure, and it helps achieve the illustration's positioning. Should try it out.
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That might be the most anatomically correct figure I've seen...even though Giga Pulse goes for more hardcore 18+, the genitals never look realistic. She's cute! Native is just too plain expensive for my liking though...I was very tempted by the "Cat Lap Milk" but ouch.
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Chloe-tsundere The louise otaku
I pre ordered her and im glad i did
I totally agree with you that her face looks better in real so ppl who complain about the face should first own her to check ;) you can always sell her anyways but thats my opinion

Shes really lovely and well her pussy is very detailed but i keep it covered though ;)

Really love the review :3 and hope more ppl buy her shes def worth the money i paid ( about 85 euros or so :o )
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It's one of the few Native figures that don't do it for me. I find that this one lacks the kind of charisma that other Native figures do have. Same with this one: ITEM #144481 ; it's like they hired some sculptors who used to work for Gigapulse...
Furthermore I still don't like the face very much; that mouth kind of spoils it.
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Thanks for the review, StarshipPooper. It was a long-time coming, but definitely worth the wait!

I agree with you, Sexual Police is a beauty. I don't regret purchasing her at all. >:)
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Mikaino Going to Gencon!
That last photo... xDD

She looks great! Not sure if I'd ever buy her, but she is nice to look at. ^^
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