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RLawson316 Public Profile - Updated by RLawson316   
Sunday, March 24, 2019

Favorite Figure: G.I. Joe Snake-Eyes 1985
Favorite Series: WWE Mattel series
First Figure: Mego Batman
Currently Collecting: WWE Mattel series and G.I. Joe 3.75"
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Legacy52 Public Profile - Updated by Legacy52   
Sunday, March 24, 2019

eBay User Name: legacy3xMik
Want List: Mike Alstott, Eddie George, Patrick Willis, John Lynch
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Volcanicus Public Profile - Updated by Volcanicus   
Sunday, March 24, 2019

Favorite Figure: Power of the Primes Volcanicus
Favorite Series: Transformers
First Figure: Armada Optimus
Collection Size: Small
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Trekformer Public Profile - Updated by Trekformer   
Sunday, March 24, 2019

Comments: Why I started customizing: I noticed that although I was new to collecting, and a lot of figures had already been released, there were certain characters that I didn't think there were good figures of. Namely, I wanted figures with better articulation. The way things were looking, no one was going to make exactly what I wanted, so therefore, I figured I would have to do it myself. I have plans to make a lot of figures, it's just a matter of time and money.
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AkatsukiFan505 Public Profile - Updated by AkatsukiFan505   
Sunday, March 24, 2019

eBay User Name: AkatsukiFan505
Current Projects: Jill Valentine, custom cape with hood for JAKKS botw Link
Comments: Making sporadic Customs
Favorite Figure: Xebec EVA Unit 01
Favorite Series: Xebec, NECA, Mcfarlane, Palisades, Toybiz, Hasbro, Figma, Vulcanlog, Revoltech, JAKKS, Funko, Play Arts, Bring Arts, Phat Mojo,TOMY, Microman, Epoch, Shodo VS, Sentinel, D-Arts, S.H. Figuarts, Jazwares, Marvel Legends, Diamond Select, Megahouse
First Figure: Play Arts Edward Elric
Collection Size: A lot
Currently Collecting: Anything
Want List: Anything
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Toy Biz 2000 X-Men Movie new/unopened 6” collection (must sell) Topic - Added by Equanimityman   
Sunday, March 24, 2019

Equanimityman Public Profile - Updated by Equanimityman   
Sunday, March 24, 2019

Currently Collecting: Toy Biz X-MEN
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jennykardas Public Profile - Updated by jennykardas   
Sunday, March 24, 2019

Favorite Figure: Corpse Bride
Favorite Series: One Piece
First Figure: One Piece Tony Tony Chopper Crimin Ver. Shibuya Edition
Collection Size: I have almost 100 figurines
Currently Collecting: Nightmare Before Christmas (Jun Planning) coffin
Want List: Nightmare Before Christmas (Jun Planning) coffin
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MyTimBurtonCollection Public Profile - Updated by MyTimBurtonCollection   
Sunday, March 24, 2019

Collection Size: About 300 pcs
Currently Collecting: Tim Burton movie merch
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Jerwald Public Profile - Updated by Jerwald   
Saturday, March 23, 2019

Currently Collecting: All 1/12 scale figures
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Jocasta Nu Character Profile - Updated by DAMartin   
Saturday, March 23, 2019

As Chief Librarian of the Jedi Archives, Jocasta Un oversees a vast collection of information -and secrets- dating back thousands of years. A brilliant researcher and archivist, this Jedi Master has trained many Padawans during her long career. Her devotion to learning is seen by her Ansata-patterned robes, a style worn by many famous Jedi historians. In the archives, Jocasta is surrounded by bronzium busts of noteworthy Jedi Masters, among them Count Dooku, Yoda and Chon Actrion. Like the archives, these busts also hold tantalizing secrets for those who search for them....[See More]
Galactic Marine Character Profile - Updated by DAMartin   
Friday, March 22, 2019

Clad in armor and uniforms designed to maximize combat efficiency in hostile environments, the Galactic Marines are the Republic's front line forces and often take on the most formidable opponents. After the issuance of Order 66, a squad of these troopers betrays and shoots down Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi on Mygeeto....[See More]
Griff5484 Public Profile - Updated by Griff5484   
Thursday, March 21, 2019

Favorite Series: G.I. joe
First Figure: DOC
Collection Size: Big
Currently Collecting: G.I. Joe and Star Wars
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Priming soft plastics (Toybiz, Mattel, Hasbro capes etc) Topic - Added by DerRabbi   
Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Anyone have advice priming soft plastic capes and overlays from ML or DCUC figures? Tamiya primer seems to cover most everything fine except soft goods. Even after a good scrubbing with a degreaser. Seems like the older primers used to work better on these surfaces....[See More]
DerRabbi -
Thursday, March 21, 2019
I’ll try that paint out. Are you priming and painting with that leather paint, just using it as primer and then acyrlics on top, or using it on the soft rubbery plastics directly with no primer?
Truwe 316 -
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Duplicolor Fabric and vinyl spray at Autozone with Vallejo Game air for paint. It's what I use on all my capes with absolutely no problem. Just make sure you let the Vallejo Paint cure for 2 days and you can bend the cape all you want.
moviemaniacx Public Profile - Updated by moviemaniacx   
Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Collection Size: Huge; 120+ figures
Currently Collecting: NECA, Movie Maniacs (the few I don't have); any to-scale movie figure really.
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Priming soft plastics (Toybiz, Mattel, Hasbro capes etc) Topic - Added by DerRabbi   
Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Anyone have advice priming soft plastic capes and overlays from ML or DCUC figures? Tamiya primer seems to cover most everything fine except soft goods. Even after a good scrubbing with a degreaser. Seems like the older primers used to work better on these surfaces....[See More]
antithetical -
Thursday, March 21, 2019
You're talking about the more flexible, rubbery plastics, best suggestion for those that I know of is the Angelus paint for leather, it remains flexible after drying so won't crack or flake, adheres well after washing and a light sanding. For capes and the like I find it best to just use the brush attached to the cap, no need to water it down, just brush it on evenly and cover all the area you intend to paint. You can paint half a cape, let it dry, then paint the other half without any problems, I've done it with pretty much all the capes I've painted and it looks fine after drying. One thing I will mention, after drying it does have a glossy finish and has an ever so slight stickiness to it, it won't come off handling it or anything, but I have found tiny specks of the paint stuck to the ...