Villains/antihero in black line up. Shoot some ideas over!
They can have various colors, but their base attire color should be black.
I had a similar idea a few months ago. Except mine was monochromatic with tinges of red and green
Okay, thoughts so far:
Agent Smith (Matrix)
Maleficent, Ursula, Jafar (Disney)
Various cenobites (Hellraiser)
Psycho Mantis (Metal Gear)
Spy v Spy
OddJob (James Bond)
Wicked Witch (Oz)
Team Rocket minion (Pokemon)
Gru (Despicable Me)
Hollywood Hogan (WWE/WCW)
Mr.Pink or Mr.Blonde (Reservoir Dogs)
Bela Lugosi as Dracula
Jigsaw (Saw series)
Nemesis or Tyrant (Resident Evil)
Hiei (YuYu Hakusho)
Negan (Walking Dead)
Aiming for a least one character from a series.
I bought this Garrus figure a few years ago and never opened it because it had too many pieces to it that I'm good at losing. Recently I was thinking about selling it and was looking up what people have been selling it for.
I've been seeing it listed in places for $300? The question I want to ask you guys is how do I actually know what something is worth? I'm skeptical on how much because his face looks like mashed potatoes and I don't know why people would legit pay that price for it.
Also, where would be the best place to sell figures in your experience? Just ebay?
Yeah., check sold and completed listings.
EBay's your best bet.
Bought a bunch of 1/35 scale models of pic related for a commissioned diorama. This will be my first modern infantry build, so how would I go about making a digital camouflage like this?
i would stipple it with a make up brush or a cut down brush
Should I buy a Castle Crashers figure? It's my favorite game but I don't know if I should get it.
My experience has been if I like something enough, I should get a figure or something if it's available. I waited 8-10 years almost before pulling the trigger and getting the Mezco Hellboy figures. I wish I had gotten them sooner since they went up in price so much, but I'm damn glad I have them. Even if it's something small or simple, if you can afford it, and it'll make you happy, get it.
ID please? No date on the toy and I can't even remember the name of the character.
>you will never have toy giant robots in the same way people have toy cars that people can drive
>you will never operate a toy mazinger z, sending rocket punches and open getting in a toy getter robo
Kill me now bros
Is Volks USA Store (2720 Monterey St, Ste 401, Torrance, CA 90503) a retail location you can shop at? They're closed through Monday due to hosting an event elsewhere so they're not answering the phone. I live in San Diego, about 100 miles away, and want to go on Tuesday if its a retail store.
Yoshi is not on sale
Digimon is not on sale
Pokemon is not on sale
Monhun is not on sale
These were the final designs for the new snow miku 2018 contest
And the winner is...
I liked 1 and 2 desings, but we got 6, oh welll
And sems like this is the winner for the new design for the Racing Miku 2018
Help person finding mystery toy.
He thinks it had magic in the title but he honestly can't remember.
The toy itself were monster like figures on long slender legs, kind of like the water spiders from Super Mario 64. They usually had 4 legs, but not always.
He said they were like collectibles, in that some were rarer than others.
I realize this isn't a tremendous amount to go on, but anything helps.