Lego General FAQ/Guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YVt-4sibEMFOU8H484MpB-K6rNla5SIYdHZG8lyCHLQ/edit?usp=sharing
Remember to take a whirl at one of these June challenges anons: >Build a minifigure of a Star Wars character that doesn't already have one. >Build... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have a ton of opened lego sets (star wars, indiana Jones, etc) that I want to sell. Can I make money of these sets if I have the box, manual, and all the pieces in good condition? Is there a good place to sell them?
If you're fine with displaying things in the box and never actually playing the thing, go ahead and display it MISB.
If you aren't, then either resell it or open it. There's no reason to keep it MISB otherwise. >save it ...For what exactly? For her price to go up even further so you can resell it? There's always a limit to how much people are willing to pay for something, and there's always the small chance of something getting reissued.
Buy 2. One to keep MISB, the other to open and enjoy. That's what I sometimes do.
Spoiler: I doubt selling all the MISB stuff I've collected will amount to much $$$. But that's okay for me. The main reason I like MISB is because sometimes the packaging is fantastic. Opening a box isn't that bad, but things on card can't be opened so neatly.
what do you guys think about todd mcfarlane toys? i'm a big spawn fan and love most of the series and the attention to detail that mcfarlane's company puts into the figures i don't see that much discussion about his products here
>>5742080 >That's mostly because there aren't a lot of adults here and aren't allowed to watch the shows his toys are made from. More like the fact that Spawn and other series haven't been relevant in years and there's nothing nowadays that's being made. Not to mention that there's barely anything being made, and if there is it's typically a statue.
I'd love to get modern figures that are actually well articulated. Maybe they can do a Kickstarter... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
There was a point where McFarlane Toys was by far the best toy company in the world, and they were a big influence on a lot of the companies that are great nowadays that have sort of carried on that old torch, but modern day McFarlane Toys stuff is all shit. So that's kind of why it doesn't get discussed much on here, because most of the discussion is about new stuff that's coming out, and most of us only liked McFarlane back in their heyday.
>>5740015 speaking of that fucker, does anyone know where I can get new rubber tires for mine? My Optimus Prime from that set had some shitty quality tires and they rotted the fuck off within a year. Mine has been without tires for 14 or so years now... I'd like some new ones, plastic, rubber, whatever really.
>>5740015 >how long until this fucker gets some love? Was it worth getting Starsaber instead?
The same designer who handled the Fanvote MP designed that Omega Prime figure in the first place. Besides, its already near perfect, and the toy looks way cooler than the animé model they'd try and base it off of.
Toyline general info: >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Figma
Max Factory figma list & blog >http://www.figma.jp/en/figma >http://ameblo.jp/figma/ >http://www.goodsmile.info/en/products/category/figma
Reviews and news about GSC/MF products by Kahotan >http://mikatan.goodsmile.info/en/ >http://ameblo.jp/gsc-mikatan/
Where to buy >GSC Online Shop - some figmas only are available through their online shop >Amiami - usual place for buying, to some people, shipping is a bit higher due to packaging >Hobby Link Japan shipping is usual lower, but their prices are a bit higher, private warehaouse is available >Hobby Search Japan - items stay in stock the longest >Mandarake - search figma or フィグマ >eBay/Amazon - only if you hate having too much money. Avoid bootlegs, you can spot them as 'Chinese version' >http://jungle-scs.co.jp/ - Seems like you can fine some good deals here >Check the BST threads, My Figure Collection for any offer/deal
Here's a link to the buyfag guide list of shops: http://www.buyfags.moe/Full_guide#List_of_shops If you're getting into the hobby, there's plenty of other useful information to find on the wiki.
In case someone is interested in the printable backdrops/dioramas & other papercraft stuff that Max Factory have in the download section of their site: >http://www.maxfactory.jp/ja/mxf-downloads here is a back up, Enjoy! >https://www.mediafire.com/?7l9ar0z58cx43sa
Short illustrated posing guide by Max Factory >http://ameblo.jp/figma/entry-11564427757.html (in moonrunes) The S shape is always good advice though. The basic idea is that straight lines tend to look stiff.
Do you have problems swapping part in your figures? check this little advice >http://www.goodsmile.info/en/post/3325
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