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Jarael Public Profile - Updated by Jarael   
Thursday, April 28, 2016

Current Projects: 3.75 Drizzt Do'Urden "Dark Elf" figure
Honorable Mentions: Snake Mountain light up. I am always working on something. Seeing other people's creations / customs is very inspirational to me!
Comments: Seeing other people's creations / customs is very inspirational to me! Myself I know I am not very good at it, but it is enjoyable
Favorite Figure: A "no name" Elf figure I have from ToysRUs
Favorite Series: MOTUC and True Legends Mythical
First Figure: I think it was Star Trek and Batman Megos...
Collection Size: My current collection has decreased dramatically. I did have hundreds of Horror and Universal Monsters figures and collectibles.
Currently Collecting: Masters of the Universe Classics
Want List: Hmmm??? There is always something that I want
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HyperShadow92 Public Profile - Updated by HyperShadow92   
Thursday, April 28, 2016

Want List: Shadow the Hedgehog first4figures statue, Sonic Adventure Sonic the Hedgehog & Amy Rose figures, classic Sonic & Amy comic two pack
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Best finish for acrylic paint? Topic - Added by Eternomorph   
Thursday, April 28, 2016

Hello dear Realmers!

After some folks see my repaints, they ask me to do some on their figures ... and I would gladly help them, but I'm afraid to offer my services, because I can not guaranty that the applied colour will be as durable as the original manufacture/factory-paint. I mostly use acrylic paints for model building by "Revell", they're quite famous here in Germany and are the most common paint you can find in shops for model-building (Tamiya-Paints are rare in shops, other trademarks are not represented in "official" shops).
These paints are ok I guess, but when it's confronted with sharp/hard edges it can be easily scratched off. Long finger nails combined with some pressure will do it too.

So, can someone give me an advise how to make the paint solid enough to deliver pleasing results for collectors? Example: The last request was about a repaint of an SSJ Vegeta to a normal Vegeta.

I would be gratefull for any advise ...[See More]
Jaida -
Thursday, April 28, 2016
I myself use layers of Matt Modge Podge in several layers to protect my paint from rub. I've also used matt varnish, which is an acrylic resin that dries to a hard finish and can be thinned and applied in layers. That should protect the paint from regular wear. For joint protection, I use clear superglue applied over the exposed areas of the joints. I especially like using Gorilla Glue, as it is really durable, though I don't know if they sell it where you live (I'm in the USA). You might also ask Dr.Nightmare his opinion, as he has some really cool figures under his belt.

Hope this helps.
Prototype want to know if it made it to production Topic - Added by chaingunner   
Thursday, April 28, 2016

just want to know if the figure ever made it to production, looks good for a custom I was thinking about.
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binarysunset79 Public Profile - Updated by binarysunset79   
Thursday, April 28, 2016

Favorite Series: Star Wars 3.75"
Currently Collecting: Star Wars 3.75" (Hasbro), MOTU vintage (Mattel)
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Mustard yellow batman with chains Topic - Added by Deaditor   
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

I had this as a kid and I know it comes with some decent chain acessories, any clues blues?
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/dc-batman-fig ... 2334677034

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Dr Nightmare -
Thursday, April 28, 2016
http://www.figurerealm.com/actionfigure ... ncrocarmor

I figured it was monster/Croc related because of the chains, check the Croc Armor batman
Deaditor -
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Yeah that's the one, thanks!
Broly 4 eva Public Profile - Updated by Broly 4 eva   
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Current Projects: I have concept art for a custom Manic The Hedgehog. I won't use that "Super Sculpy" crap for him, as I think I'll sculpt his extra spikes with a cube of clay with the top of his head cropped out. The base figure will be this really crappy Sonic with lose joints, I might use pledge to keep his joints together for stop motion.
Comments: I pretty much have nothing else to say.
First Figure: Some PVC Mario Kart figure
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Forest Man Public Profile - Updated by Forest Man   
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Favorite Series: Realm of the claw, Seventh kingdom and Hulk Classics
First Figure: Swamp Thing (Kenner 1990)
Collection Size: about 300 hundred
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John Skeene Public Profile - Updated by John Skeene   
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Comments: Hello, I am the inventor of the name Raybot. In 1984 I made a computer video with the character Raybot. Raybot is half human, half cyborg and has laser rays in his arms. His colors are grey and blue. They not only shoot, he can use them to propel himself up about 20 feet off the ground. I took apart (reverse engineered) the games Flash Gordon and Commando to make my videos. I put the video in front of the game when it starts. Now called cut scenes. I also came up with the name Elite Force, which Call of Duty once used on thier soldier/police. That was the name of our hacking crew I formed, where I was the lead programmer. That is my story, thank you.
Favorite Figure: Iron Man
Favorite Series: Star Wars
First Figure: Iron Man
Collection Size: 2
Currently Collecting: Darth Vader, Stormtrooper
Want List: Stormtroopers
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DeDAgheN Public Profile - Updated by DeDAgheN   
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Current Projects: 80's style 'HORDAK', a custom paint app on 'RAVEN SPAWN', and one commission.
Comments: All I have to say is... "I'm not a full timer... wish I could be, but I can't...."
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Teen Titans Topic - Added by awash   
Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Hi, might have posted in the wrong topic - apologies if that is the case.

Trying to find out a complete history of titans action figures/dolls but can't seem to find much about any DC toys prior to the DC Universe launch. Were there ever any Teen Titans toys prior to the Bandai collection? Thanks!...[See More]
awash -
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Thanks! Will add to the ever growing list.

As I said before, it's tough to find anything prior to DC Direct / Mattel's DC Universe, and even then, there was the Bandai USA spin-off within that time frame.
Dr Nightmare -
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
I saw some Mego-looking dolls here http://www.classictvtoys.com/teentitans ... our-1.aspx

They're probably made recently though. There may be other "new retro style" figures like that, like Super Friends-style figs.

Then there's all the DC Direct stuff.
LWWjj Public Profile - Updated by LWWjj   
Tuesday, April 26, 2016

First Figure: Original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Collection Size: Medium to Large
Currently Collecting: Supernatural figures
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yes/no/maybe Public Profile - Updated by yes/no/maybe   
Tuesday, April 26, 2016

First Figure: Captain Hook - Tall Terror (90's Mattel)
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"views" Topic - Added by newcollector   
Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Not sure if the admins were already thinking about adding this, however, I thinking adding a "view" counter to the individual customs pages would be cool. With comments usually ranging from 5-10, it is hard to remember that there are actually a lot of lurkers around who just like to see cool customs. I think by having a "view" counter that counts every time your custom is "clicked into", it would give the customizers some indication of how many people are acutally looking at their work. Anyway, just a suggestion. Great site....[See More]
Dr Nightmare -
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
I think it'd be neat to add more data/statistics for customizers to sift through (are there any other custom gallery sites that do that?), but apparently nothing is that easy to implement to this site. For example, I thought modifying how the contest voting works would be a relatively simple job, but Cap said it wasn't possible. Plus, Cap has to do all the custom coding on his own. I think time (the lack of it) is the major factor he has to consider when deciding to add features.
newcollector -
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
I agree. A "like" button would be cool. But in talking to folks on this site, it seems like a lot of "lurkers" never even bother to log in. They just look as a "guest". If they could make the "like" option open to guests, in addition to signed-in members, then that would work also.
mr.fenrir -
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
id prefer a "like" button of some sort.
Need help fixing scourges knees Topic - Added by JackDaRipper   
Monday, April 25, 2016

Hey guys I'm new here and need a little advice. Today I got a ml scourge figure in the mail today. So taking him off the package I realized his knees are so loose that it looks like his knees will come apart with the right bend. The problem I'm having is I don't think this can be fixed with super glue or pledge trick. The reason I think it can't be fixed like this is on the lower leg, where the joint and lower leg connect, the part that has the peg holes looks stretched out. Any advice? Also don't know how to post pics . Thank you...[See More]
Dr Nightmare -
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
There's a link above the reply text box that says "Pictures and Links", that will give you info on posting pics.

Heat the knee area with a hairdryer then try to squeeze the parts back together. Check the tutorials section to see how joints are dis/assembled.

If the peg/rod is deformed then there's nothing you can do except replace the whole thing with a nail or toothpick or something.
yes/no/maybe -
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Where did you buy it from? if it was a store take it back and swap fora new one? or if it was ebay lodge a claim and let them know it was faulty. Not sure on what you could do to fix it, I'm new round these parts also.