So, the way Sideshow has been presenting this figure has been confusing since its unveiling at Comic-Con. Tamashii Nations is a brand, or a company, or something that encompasses licenses while being owned or something by Bandai, and they've worked with Sideshow on this piece... or something. I dunno exactly, the sign had 5 company logos on it.
Anyway, I'm interested to see what they're going to do with this chogokin figure (die cast) in terms of price, it's got a lot of great sculpting so I'm tempted to pretend like I can afford it, but the reality is that A] as a die-cast figure with this level of movement and accuracy it's going to be unholy expensive (the Japanese price is about $400 or so) and also B] the sample at Comic-Con had a matte finish and so does this preview, and no matter how good the sculpting is a matte finish for C-3PO makes little sense to me, basically it's the Hoth look?
I'm also a little curious to see what they were talking about with the asymmetrical knee back sculpt as I don't see it in the prototype.
Back to food, anyhow...
Roast beef and Gouda on an onion roll.
You should've fed them to the bears.
Yeah... so annoying!
It's been a pretty awful year for musicians.
Sunny (finally), but only 53ş. I am so sick of this weather that's been brought to us by John Carpenter!!!
Almost all plastics degrade over time. If we accept it, we'll be happier. The original screen used RS suit is still here today together with other screen
This collector loves Jabba related items. I found the Jabba microfigure comparison to the Hasbro action figure versions interesting. Looks like the
Now just 13 lucky days left... but who's counting?
I always thought PVC was more durable than ABS since I've seen PVC pipe sit out in open sunlight for almost 20 years and not yellow or become brittle.
I never really cared much for the flimsy lenses either. They just seem like they're waiting to get some kind of crinkle in them. I may try your idea,
ABS may avoid internal-cause yellowing depending on the care taken with the additives when mixing the material. Things like plasticizers and dyes and