I'm talking about toys that meant something to you that you held onto for years but decide to sell it because you have no room.
I'm selling a bunch of anime dolls/toys/plushes that meant something to me in the past but they've just been collecting dust. I figured it's better to give to another home but it hurts a little bit to let them go.
>>5265329 Hobby lobby has had some good ones in the past. Failing that, they are dime a dozen on eBay, or if you live near one, Ikea has a small lounge set that comes with one of their signature couches and shelving unit and shit
Prev. thread: >>5226704 Read the guide: >https://docs.google.com/document/d/17kIQkTbSQOIVahREFmycWhobDnftvuSPTOcz7aSMOnA/pub
News: >Kotobukiya is making reproduction kits for Arnval and Strarf based on new Machineca (マシニーカ) bodies designed by Apsy. >Plastica.jp will sell blank bodies once he's happy with the final design. >Megami Device (メガミデバイス) is another proposed line using that new body, so they'll be compatible too. They could be GKs, model kits, or figures. Too soon to know. >Frame Arms Girl continues with an unarmored kit plus the architect is up next, with another mech on the way. >Blade teamed up with Megahouse to make some cheaper, 8cm tall 1:1 battle robot figures called Desktop Army. Their plan includes 3d printable add-ons to appeal to customizers. tldr it's a good time to be a Shinkifag.
Where to buy second hand Shinkis: >eBay/Amazon - only if you hate having too much money. Avoid Latvia. >Mandarake - search 武装神姫 and don't trust listing images (they sometimes get mixed up). >Yahoo Japan Auctions - same kanji as above, you'll need a proxy, try Noppin or FromJapan. >Taobao - search 武装神姬 and use a proxy like Taobaoring, Taoboafocus, or Bhiner. >Amiami occasionally gets some preowned. They tend to sell fast. >Check the BST, My Figure Collection, and Busou Shinki World for sales.
Fellow Shinki anons who made 3D printer/laser cut accessories & replacement parts: > etsy.com/shop/illumicyberwear > etsy.com/shop/Jellydinosaur > shapeways.com/shops/kajico >docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nFSvJGqqNVyxWKpt72rloSDSEtxcUUCQdb3eGkwDukM/
Shinki clothes: > noix.co.jp/111.html (1/12 clothes like Picco Neemo should be compatible with MMS figures) Skintone & Compatability guides: > imgur.com/a/AQ4aR
Looking for fan art? > pixiv.net/search.php?s_mode=s_tag_full&word=武装神姫 Looking for customs? > fg-site.net/?s=武装神姫 Looking for both? > tinami.com/search/list?prof_id=&keyword=武装神姫
Yes, they're fun to play with and are very poseable.
They're a must if you're into 1:18 figures, since they're like half an inch shorter than what they would be in 1:18 scale. A 4" figure will fit in the cockpit, as long as you don't insert the chair. Everyone loves 1:18 mecha.
Alright, /toy/. I've been collecting the 90's Star Trek line for the better party of 9 years. I love the line and it's silliness dearly, but it occurs to me I know little about the actual production/history of the line itself. I'll break this down into sections.
1. Production notes, accessory lists, anything in house you have/can dig up about what was produced for whome, and why. Figure choosing would also be good.
2.Information on why the line became so cheap to collect nowadays. Seems unlikely seeing as ninja turtles go for extreme amounts... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
They became cheap for the same reason that 1990s baseball cards are cheap. They were aimed at and collected by an older audience that put them away expecting them to become valuable. I don't know anybody that actually played with Star Trek figures. So you have something like half the Trek figures ever made still sitting on card in closets or shops all over the country. Now, because they are ultimately toys, most of those cards are pretty rough, either through manhandling at retail or curling with age, making them not particularly desirable as display pieces. On the other... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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