There are plenty of people who enjoy LEGO anon. As for me, apart from a brief period of time (when I was 15 to 17 or 18) I never stopped enjoying LEGO. Now I am 20 and I mostly collect space & medieval themes, occasionally Star Wars etc. What really irritates me is that there are no proper space or medieval themes nowadays. I miss the good old days when we had classic space themes.. the last good space theme for me was Galaxy Squad but sadly I missed out on that one. I am hoping to see a new space theme but this year doesn't seem promising at all. Oh well
>>5672756 I do, my first sets date from the 80s and I re-started buying new ones in 2013, mid-30s anon here
I gave all my System sets to my brother for his children but kept all my Technic and Model Team sets
pic related is my Technic parts collection without several bigger sets that are still assembled and put on display
I usually do LEGO in the wintertime, prevents me from smoking too much and keeps me occupied on those long winter nights; hopefully I'll have children of my own in the near future... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5672756 OP, there are regular Lego generals on /toy/ literally all the time.
On a side note, what's with all the threads lately that are along the lines of "Hey guys, I like (Lego/Transformers/Street Sharks, to name a few recent examples), am I weird for liking it? Do other people collect it?". This is /toy/, a board for people who have an iterest in toys, of course people like those. I hate to be the "Reddit are invading" guy but sometimes all the OP post needs is an XD and mention... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Trying to track down some information on this Kenshiro. I know it's from the 200X line but for the life of me I can't find anyone commenting on its quality on thw whole of the Internet. There's that one youtube page that just shows the packaging and blares metal music, but that does me no good.
It's cut joints are very limiting. Go with pic related instead. Same size, better posability but not on the same level of the revoltech HNK figures. It was released after the first wave of 200x carded figures in OP, so it's still available a lot of places http://plamoya.com/en/kenshiro-blue-jacket-ver-fist-of-the-north-star-200x-p-32836.html
>>5671396 Might have to track down some parts for one but alright, I can manage that.
Another question, I have a full armor unicorn MG that I bought but never built. I opened it once but didn't get to building it so all the packages should still be sealed. I would sell it more or less new but I can't get everything back in as tightly as it was boxed, so the box doesn't close all the way. Is there some secret moon technique for packing those items correctly?
Anyone else having problems with boxes? Personally I buy figures for the ... well, figures. The fact that the boxes are so nice to look at is a pain, since they just spend their time in my cupboard, but as I move around (especially moving to smaller places), they become a serious strain on my space. Anyone else have this feel? Does anyone here take the plunge and a sell/dispose of their boxes?
>>5671130 I collect dolls, with them the boxes are a big part in proving you have a legit one (we have a lot of issues with recasts/fakes nowadays). It's very common to keep them because of that, but also because the boxes look nice and belong to the full package.
However, the boxes are huge as fuck. My whole attic is full with them, most of them are 80-90cm long. I started storing things in them, if the design allowed it, like books or currently unused clothes. Some of them have been gently pulled apart... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>5670411 This is a slow board - but i think i figure out something due to the 2oth century word on his suit. Seems that he is from a line called 20th century brass button bears. This bear looks like it.
I work at a 3d printing company and most toy companies exclusively 3d print their prototypes and make molds from them. Skylanders does this, sideshow collectibles, hasbro, ect. Most are modeled in zbrush, rhino, 3dsmax, maya
>>5670144 If you want to make minis it's not worth it to buy your own 3D printer. FDM printers aren't that good for small parts and details. Most companies will order SLS prints for their rapid prototypes.
Shapeways offers SLS prints for a cheap cost, but the detailing isn't as good as actual prototyping services and they use older machines. If you're looking for detail you should look at shapeway's high detail acrylate, which are use DLP, curing resin with a laser. That would be ideal for miniatures... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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