This paper doll craft is the Gokou Ruri, based on the light novel / anime series Oreimo, the papercraft is designed by Fruity. Ruri Gokou, also known in the otaku community as Kuroneko is part of the supporting cast of Oreimo. She is an avid fan of the fantasy seinen series Maschera, and hates anime that focus on moe and cuteness to sell. Ruri is very skillful when it comes to gaming.
Her choice of fashion is predominantly gothic lolita, and is always dressed in a white frilly top with a black bolero worn over it. She also wears a black skirt with cross-shaped detail and black Mary Janes with gray stockings. She is often seen cosplaying a character from her favourite anime Maschera, wearing a headband with a small red rose adorning each side. Kuroneko is 160 cm tall and weighs 43 kg. Her measurements are B77/W53/H80. She has blue eyes, though she usually wears red contacts in public.
Ruri came from a financially-challenged family, and with her parents often away, she is left to take care of her younger sisters Hinata and Tamaki, temporarily leaving behind her studies. Her costume, as proof of her skills in sewing, is completely done by hand, and she also occasionally uses her expertise in sewing to fix her sister's stuffed toys.
Ruri often acts according to the character she poses as: snobbish and overly confident of her own aptitude. However, she is in fact socially insecure, and is uncomfortable in talking to other people. Fortunately, she eventually learns to make friends when she enrolls in high school once again.
Aside from her otaku persona, she is also a caring sister to her younger siblings Hinata Gokou and Tamaki Gokou, whom she constantly tends to while at home.
Oreimo is a Japanese light novel series written by Tsukasa Fushimi, with illustrations provided by Hiro Kanzaki. Ten volumes have been published since August 2008. A manga adaptation drawn by Sakura Ikeda was serialized in ASCII Media Works' Dengeki G's Magazine. A 12-episode anime adaptation produced by AIC aired in Japan between October and December 2010. Four additional episodes, which offer a different ending to the broadcast series, were streamed monthly via the official website and other video streaming sites between February and May 2011, before being released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD in June and July 2011. A second anime season, called Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai, has been announced.