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New "collector" have a question (or three)

Postby Attack_Donut » Tue Oct 08, 2013 6:41 pm

Hi Gang,

New guy here. I'm a photographer and as the weather turns cold, I start shooting indoors. I have an idea for a 'shoot that would go with a short story (I'd write that) but I am in need of a figure (or a line of figures) with the following limitations/requirements:

(1) Dark. Adult. Like Alien, Predator, Hellraiser (esp Hellraiser)
(2) Fully pose-able, what I really need is the figure to bend/pose like a human, in other words, at the elbows/knees, shoulders/neck, wrists/ankles.
(3) There is no number 3.

I'm not much of a toy collector, I have some Xevoz figures which are very pose-able, but not 'realistic" enough if you know what I mean. I understand good action figures aren't cheap, all the same I'd like to set an upper limit of, say, 75$ a figure. Ideally I'd need two figures, but could get away with one (the story has yet to be written)

Suggestions/advice/etc is greatly welcomed.
Cheers!
A_D
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Re: New "collector" have a question (or three)

Postby Purity » Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:40 pm

So, are you looking for a human character, or any species' figure?
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Re: New "collector" have a question (or three)

Postby Attack_Donut » Thu Oct 10, 2013 4:44 am

Humanoid
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Re: New "collector" have a question (or three)

Postby mroz22 » Thu Oct 10, 2013 7:46 am

Attack_Donut wrote:Humanoid


What scale? 3.75"? 6"? 12"?
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Re: New "collector" have a question (or three)

Postby Attack_Donut » Fri Oct 25, 2013 3:26 pm

I'd like anywhere between 8-12", but I'm mainly looking for poseability over size
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Re: New "collector" have a question (or three)

Postby mroz22 » Tue Oct 29, 2013 1:22 pm

Attack_Donut wrote:Hi Gang,

New guy here. I'm a photographer and as the weather turns cold, I start shooting indoors. I have an idea for a 'shoot that would go with a short story (I'd write that) but I am in need of a figure (or a line of figures) with the following limitations/requirements:

(1) Dark. Adult. Like Alien, Predator, Hellraiser (esp Hellraiser)
(2) Fully pose-able, what I really need is the figure to bend/pose like a human, in other words, at the elbows/knees, shoulders/neck, wrists/ankles.
(3) There is no number 3.

I'm not much of a toy collector, I have some Xevoz figures which are very pose-able, but not 'realistic" enough if you know what I mean. I understand good action figures aren't cheap, all the same I'd like to set an upper limit of, say, 75$ a figure. Ideally I'd need two figures, but could get away with one (the story has yet to be written)

Suggestions/advice/etc is greatly welcomed.
Cheers!
A_D


NECA figures are probably your best bet. 6" scale some a bit larger. with the range of move masters, horror, video game you should be able to find a character for the story. possability is decent on most and very good on some.
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