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Date Posted: 11:47:35 03/06/17 Mon
Author: Gun Shy
Author Host/IP: mw-esr1-72-49-35-19.fuse.net /
Subject: A LOT more pictures added ....
In reply to: Gun Shy 's message, "EnterTRAINment Junction March 4 & 5 2017 Scale Model Expo" on 19:50:47 01/11/17 Wed

Okay, lets get cracking on some more pictures.


Companies like Bandai SH Figurarts, Monsterarts, Neca, Figma, Comicave, Square Enix, Medicom Mafex, the list just goes on, that smaller scales from non scale, 1/144, 1/100, 1/60, 1/12, 7 inch, 1/9, 1/8, 1/7, odd scales measured by saying things like "this tall from head to foot and this long from head to tail", are proving that small can be big, on detail, articulation, quality of materials ( some boasting 75% diecast metal ), accessories, effect parts, special effects, extra body, head, hands, all kinds of figure prime parts, and plenty of subject material, many times ignored in larger scales, clearly setting a new bar for customer satisfaction and play value. There are many groups and individuals all over the web, making video and detailed still picture reviews of just about every figure made, many times from releases abroad before those products reach the US. Other figure companies are hence raising their products to these new levels and expectations of the consumers, for both collectors and hobbyists alike.

Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks? See the Ghostbuster dio in 1/6, combined with a non scale figure, accessories that were selected from an erasure set that is made as a collectible on it's own right, and a little high tech.

If you couldn't see what was going on in that Ghostbuster Mini from the stills, all will soon be clear.

Big Shout Out to The Mad Evil Genius Doctor Zorkon for the unexpected gift of a behind the scenes book about the making of the movie concept, to add to my little dio to make it better.

He gave me a little bit of advice, in telling me, " Treat every show as your last ...". Wise words Doctor, wise words.

Stay Tuned .....

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  • Little video ... -- Gun Shy, 10:26:28 03/09/17 Thu

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