How do y'all feel about the new articulated icons feudal series guys? You think there gonna be a hit or crash and burn???
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So did Hasbro confirm any other of these black series voice changers? Trooper helmet when?
Also STAR WARS General I guess.
it always annoyed me that toy lightsabers (that come with figures) are always just transluscent colored plastic which never gives them the real look (white with colored borders)
do you think theres a better way to handle it?
i'd think about a white pole with another transluscent, barely colored hull around it.
>posing your toys in le funny positions and taking pictures of them
Does anyone else not do this?
I don't. I think it's mostly the unemployed people with too much time on their hands that do it. I barely have the time to open them up and set them in a pose before I have to do something else.
look how much potential PAK has
they need to fire their paint/color director
do you guys consider 1:1 scaled prop replicas toys?
Yeah, generally. Most are meant to be played with in some respect. Show me somebody who spends $500 on a lightsaber and doesn't spin around with it in the dark, and I'll show you a retard
Same with people who buy figures and don't take them out of the box and pose them
DX rider/Sentai toys are almost 1:1.
The belts are pretty much 1:1
Those are almsot proplicas and still toys
(Theres alo proplica bandai line)
Also fuck. What the fuck is wrong with that splerglod in the pic?
The DX rider/sentai toys are much smaller than 1:1, they're more toyetic than the show versions and are designed to fit and be played with by Japanese children, so they're sized for that.
The Complete Selection Modification line though are the 1:1 rider roleplay toys.
Which black series line should I buy: 3.75 or 6"?
Alright, I heard about these a few days ago, from a friend, and now I want to try to find them.
By "These" I mean, the megazord toyline that they made for the 20th anniversary of the show. The toys in question are the ones that are all built the same size and with the same joint connectors so that all of them are interchangable.
The guy that told me didn't know the name of the line, I was wondering if anyone on here knew the exact name of the toyline?
If this is a made up toyline that doesn't exist, then what are the best quality Megazord toys?
Is there any way to buy these without spending ten MILLION dollars?
The cheapest is to buy them off Bricklink via individual pieces, no instructions.
That said, check your local classifieds for people offloading their old shit, eBay (especially in lot auctions), etc. Even the Gen 1s aren't terribly expensive unless you want them MISB or some shit.
How do you keep your toys?
Depends. If the card is really attractive and the figure has limited articulation, I'll put 'em on the wall. If in a collector friendly box, I might leave 'em displayed or pose 'em somewhere.
I've been getting further and further away from carded figures on the wall because they take up too much room. Same with storage.
I was thinking of making a custom Galen Marek figure using a Figma or SH Figuarts as a base. I'm looking for suggestions on what figure to use as a base, and what type of clay to use.
Trying to figure out what this is, got it at a Bazaar
Its a polymer clay figure, I'm guessing a baby troll or elf or something. Its not a commercially made toy so unless its got a name written on it somewhere you'll probably never find out who made it. Weird little clay fantasy figures like this are pretty common since they're easy to make at home. At least its reasonably well made, I've seen really terrible ones.
Received the Tamashii Stage ACT.4 for Humanoid only to find the clips are on a sprue.
Without having any modeling skills or tools, how would I go about removing them?
>Without having any modeling skills or tools, how would I go about removing them?
Step 1: Take some modeling classes. Work on your skills, learn some techniques. Study the works of the pros.
Step 2: Invest in stocks for a home improvement retail company, like Lowe's or Home Depot. Build workshop in home, purchasing from your chosen retail establishment.
Step 3: As stock prices soar, use your stock profits to purchase God Hand® Ultimate Nippers™ from a scalper.
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I enjoy comic figures (marvel and few DC), transformers, gijoe and star wars figures. Along with video game ones. Which of those 4 should I give up?
The one that you enjoy least/is hardest to get in your area.