The Robot Damashii line covers a wide-range of mecha shows beyond Gundam. Metal Armor Dragonar, Aura Battler Dunbine, and Cross Ange are all non-Gundam mecha series that have gotten serious attention recently in RD form.
So I have no real interest in your standard anime/movie figures. But I recently found the Figma "Thinker" and thought it was really really neat. I bought it and a "Giant God Warrior" figure on a lark because I thought that they were interesting and pretty far removed from the norm when it comes to figures.
Then I saw the Revoltech Buddhist figures and now I'm considering getting one or two of those.
So, can we have a thread about the more nonstandard kind of figures? Ie ones that are either very divergent in design form the norm, or which... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My mumbling chucklefuck of a roomate cooked his retard food without turning on the air extractor. Since my collection's favorites are on my desk in the living room and the kitchen is sorta close by, most of it now smells like onions.
I'm sorry if it's the wrong board or if there's like really obvious ways to do it, but I'm kind of desperate here, and I don't know what to do. I was about to kick my roomate's teeth in out of rage.
I don't have many related images, so I posted my shelf. I just moved in, so it's kinda empty.
What's the appeal of collecting toys? Why do you do it? Do you play with the toys, and if so how? Like, making up scenarios with them like kids do? And if not playing, then what do you do with them? Maybe just display them in your house like if they were miniature statues?
Note that I'm not trying to be condescending, I'm genuinly curious.
Tabletop and Roleplay LEGO threads (Lego Quest, etc.):>>>/tg/lego Have any questions? Check out the guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YVt-4sibEMFOU8H484MpB-K6rNla5SIYdHZG8lyCHLQ/edit?usp=sharing
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>>5194299 I'd like to nominate Designer (not Creator!) and its sub-derivative, Inventor, for extra cosy themes.
Those instruction booklets were something I really enjoyed looking at, because besides an idea model or two you got the models actually being shown doing stuff with neat backgrounds, or even little stories in the case of Robobots.
Challenge suggestion; Create a monster that'd make a mean ride, or make a mean ride for a monster. Alternatively, create a vignette or display where monster hunters... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
It's basically chinese ebay for western market. Thousands of sellers, different quality. If any deal is too good to be true, it's probably a bootleg. If it's 5-10% cheaper than normal it MIGHT be genuine, but might not
>>5192044 Depends on the printer, the higher the resolution the more expensive it is. The Form 1 and 2 print very high resolution and can print in resin which is decent. You can use a cheaper printer and then smooth it out by putting putty on it and working it into the ugly grooves then sending it down to smooth everything out.
But, no 3D printer is going to give you a high quality toy right out of the box you'd have to put some effort into it.
>>5192044 This is like asking if a car can iron the wrinkles out of your shirt by running it over. You're asking a question of results from something that has a completely different purpose behind its creation. 3D printers are most commonly used in the developmental stages, creating forms that are refined/cleaned up, then cast, then those casted pieces are cleaned up, and then sent off for mold making. Ask the question again in a decade and the role might change, but you're essentially trying to figure out something... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have returned gentlemen. sorry for my absence all, including the faithful ones like buzzclaw. still kinda grown out of actually setting up displays for the time being but i'm still collecting and will try to post some of the new ones soon. for now, some older ones. will try to do requests too
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