Discussion in 'Americans and Other Western Gaijin' started by gatchabert, Jul 8, 2010.
Boss charged is a game changer in the evolution style. Incredible seeing the evolution
Got some pretty cool ideas for this one. Think I’ll save the unbagged black box photos for until then. But Paul and Dan have somethin’ pretty unique and special with these releases!
Beautiful. Looks like candy. LOVE
Fantastic, @DrilOne. It was difficult deciding which Boss to go after, as I could only swing one. But I ultimately landed on the pink particle, since I have the blue to match!
I still need a boss charged!!!!!!! Grrrrr thanks for the photos as always guys!!
I'll keep an eye out for you, Kay!
Thanks Robert! I still can’t believe I don’t own one yet!
Welcome to the club. We'll make shirts.
There can never be enough praise for how perfectly executed and timeless the original Boss is, and the 2.0/Charged will be to follow.
Hot off the tracks of his solo Stranger Factory show, Paul’s already smashin’ out more greatness for our greedy, not - so - little shelves. I don’t know who’s more charged: this Boss, or Paul himself. But DAMN.
UPDATE!!! Look at them peepers and tusks!
Top priority. Good luck to those that end up with these.
Fully painted reveal from Paul this morning. Fantastically gorgeous metallic paints on this red base!!! First slated for release at a Mandarake sofvi fest on May 5th, these will also see a broader lotto release later in the same month for the US! I really do love how much of the base vinyl Paul let’s breathe through his paints. The red from Unbox is wonderful, and I really feel it was fully taken advantage of here. The purple and greens are not at all overwhelming, but just the right amount sculptural highlight that it all naturally flows. The thin, black sprays around the hand painted eyes is a great, great accent, not to mention the eyes(and teeth/tusks) being intricately handpainted!
History has entered my home today, and I cannot adequately express how excited I am to actually have this Boss in my collection. The very first, painted run Boss Carrion. The debut of the sculpt and paints speak for themselves.
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