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Buffy Summers Character Profile - Updated by MCollector   
Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Buffy was a cheerleader until a man named Merrick told her she was the latest of the Slayers, women in charge of protecting humanity from vampires....[See More]
kgbunc Public Profile - Updated by kgbunc   
Tuesday, January 15, 2019

eBay User Name: kgbunc
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tiborunner Public Profile - Updated by tiborunner   
Tuesday, January 15, 2019

eBay User Name: tiborunner
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Taking apart new DC Multiverse figures... Topic - Added by KabutoRyder   
Monday, January 14, 2019

So I was looking at the newer ones and I am not seeing pegs at the various joints, (unless I am missing them, I haven't opened my new ones yet, just looking at them in the package) so I was wondering if there was then to be a different approach to taking them apart.......[See More]
Fancynancy Public Profile - Updated by Fancynancy   
Sunday, January 13, 2019

eBay User Name: Nancy
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Soft parts for figures Topic - Added by Kal El   
Sunday, January 13, 2019

Hey everyone! I will get straight to it, does anyone know of something to use for making "soft" parts like a loin clothes or capes or really anything that you want to keep leg or arm articulation but still have the desired look? Thanks in advance for any advise....[See More]
Mr. Hammer Character Profile - Updated by DAMartin   
Sunday, January 13, 2019

Mr. Hammer and his brother Sickle were conjoined twins at a traveling circus. The Joker got them separated by Hush and kept Mr.Hammer as a henchman....[See More]
Yon-Rogg Character Profile - Updated by DAMartin   
Sunday, January 13, 2019

Yon-Rogg was Mar-Vell's superior in their mission to Earth, and his rival for the affections of their ship's medic Una. When Mar-Vell defected to Earth, Yon-Rogg was more than happy for the chance to kill his rival, but failed and eventually died in the same battle that caused Carol Danvers to get her Ms Marvel powers....[See More]
Hi, are there any great casters out there available for service? Topic - Added by rainman_customs   
Sunday, January 13, 2019

Hello, I have a custom headsculpt (3d print) that I need to get cast, about 15 pcs. I was hoping somebody can point me to someone who I can work with to achieve this? An instagram account would be helpful.Thank you....[See More]
Purchasing? Topic - Added by Assmonger   
Saturday, January 12, 2019

Hello, I'm new to the community and do not have even the first clue as to begin to build a figure. I'm not really into building my own but these custom figures are where it is at. With that being said, do people sell figures here? Thanks...[See More]
Henchmen4Hire -
Sunday, January 13, 2019
Browse the custom showcase, when you see work you like message the customizer and see if you can hire them.
Araichnid Public Profile - Updated by Araichnid   
Saturday, January 12, 2019

Current Projects: Custom Ultimate doc ock (earth 1610)
Favorite Figure: Figma mark 7 Iron Man
Favorite Series: Marvel Legends
First Figure: Marvel Legends absorbing man baf wave venom
Collection Size: About 23 figures
Currently Collecting: Marvel legends, Marvel Select, Figma
Want List: Marvel legends space venom wave ultimate spiderman peter parker head
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3 Warriors Mezco Rare Figures NIB for sale on Ebay - 2 blue furies & 1 Ajax!! Topic - Added by TaraAubrey   
Thursday, January 10, 2019

I'm selling three rare NIB Mezco Warriors figures on Ebay - one Ajax rare SDCC edition 10" and 2 of the blue baseball furies, only 205 were made. One of the furies' packages has a slight bit of damage in the bottom right corner, but the other fury is in near mint packaging. Check the listings here: https://www.ebay.com/usr/blrule39?_trks ... 7675.l2559
Feel free to contact with any questions! Thanks!!...[See More]
birof86 Public Profile - Updated by birof86   
Wednesday, January 9, 2019

First Figure: Spider-man (Super Poseable)
Collection Size: ~100
Currently Collecting: ToyBiz Spiderman / Batman, Kenner Batman
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Sanding Apoxie Sculpt Topic - Added by Picchio   
Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Hello! I’m new to the community and also new to workin with apoxie! My question is what grit should I be using to sand my apoxie? My apoxie is blue and with the sandpaper I’m using (220,80,120) it’s smoothes it but it leaves the sign of scratches and leaves it an off color. Any suggestions? Thanks!...[See More]
Henchmen4Hire -
Sunday, January 13, 2019
I sand with 400 to remove material semi-quickly, then wetsand with 800 I think to smooth it out a little. Paint usually hides any scratches.

(I don't have a formula, this is just what works for me)
JOHN BLACKSTAR Topic - Added by Vern   
Wednesday, January 9, 2019

I have a John Backstar with the sparking chest piece. I replaced the flint and used a zip tie for tension. Any suggestions about making a cap and adding a spring load device. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Epmf_CjUhvc...[See More]
Sanding Apoxie Sculpt Topic - Added by Picchio   
Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Hello! I’m new to the community and also new to workin with apoxie! My question is what grit should I be using to sand my apoxie? My apoxie is blue and with the sandpaper I’m using (220,80,120) it’s smoothes it but it leaves the sign of scratches and leaves it an off color. Any suggestions? Thanks!...[See More]
antithetical -
Friday, January 11, 2019
Finest grit sandpaper I've used is 220, but then I don't normally do a lot of apoxie work. I have noticed some small scratch marks left when I have sculpted pieces, but, usually, after a few coats of paint they aren't THAT noticeable imo, unless you're looking VERY closely. I decided to look up sandpaper grit on Google and this is probably what you're looking for...

"For heavy sanding and stripping, you need coarse sandpaper measuring 40- to 60-grit; for smoothing surfaces and removing small imperfections, choose 80- to 120-grit sandpaper. For finishing surfaces smoothly, use a super fine sandpaper with 360- to 600-grit."