Discussion in 'Show Your Collection' started by ribbon controller, Dec 16, 2008.
^ Whatsup with that brown, weird looking, spikey one in the front row? He looks cool
It's either resin cast or stone powder clay, called Kaiju Gale,from a show at One-up.
@doomboy That's a beautiful collection right there. I also love the backdrop!
Thank you! The background was a made by my mates kid, she loves monsters.
Under the led strips it's a proper alien disco.
I got the lots of them from Gumtaro himself;such a friendly and accommodating dude.
That's fantastic. He does seem appreciative and friendly! Is the resin/stone powder piece from the front row a one-off?
I really don't know, I have seen two other versions in different colours.I am still unsure if its resin or clay.
I don't know if you can cast in stonepowder clay but I have 3 pieces by him in the same material,of which there are several different paint versions.
@manilagorila crazy shelf, I feel like in a candy store!
Bright, not too busy.
this week. It bugs me when my collection is in a place that feels less like a display and more like “I just keep these in here”. This shelf is way too small for these guys, but I made it work for me.
I definitely don’t think that those large figures look out of place in that display at all. I’m fact, displays like this make me want to expand my meager licensed tokusatsu collection. It’s really nice.
thanks. What I think is special is that these never go “out of style” and the colors and textures are vast. I’m glad I could focus on this a bit —and that I’ll keep a chunk after sales that I can build on whenever. So many designs to appreciate—and it doesn’t require being well-versed in the source material—but I like to watch the shows. It just goes to show how strong these designs and sculpts are. People are still learning from them and inspired by the work.
Finally got around to putting together and installing lights in a new display cabinet.
This looks phenomenal. I love the color and size variations. Quite moody too!
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