Discussion in 'Americans and Other Western Gaijin' started by Greasebat, Jun 7, 2013.
Great photo JEFFF, it made me smile
^I gotta hurry up and pick-up the pink set.
I found the perfect way to display them...
Very nice display, Adrian. I just purchased an orange and pink set online... really looking forward to seeing these little guys in person.
These guys are great. I would definitely like get get an extra set to paint sometime.
Greasebat and Friends Rice Grain...
"Introducing the Greasebat Gummi "Rice Grain" edition, and no, "Rice Grain" does not imply the colorway, it implies that these figures are the size of rice grain... literally!"
Im not sure if it is a planned release or not, but it sounds like it should be part of a balanced meal
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I really enjoy seeing the photos of these guys everybody's posting. Just wanted to note that a new red set is available from Clutter here..https://shop.cluttermagazine.com/art-toys/greasebat-friends-gummi-play-set-samhain-blood-red
I love it!
Thanks! These were a surprise from Unbox, not available yet... here's photo from the person making them, I guess they're pretty labor intensive
On a side note, people are selling the gummi playsets on ebay for 2 to 3 times the retail cost, they are still available via Unbox at regular cost.
That is an amazing ring. Love the little diorama .
I love the little ring. Such a great execution of micro monster carnage. What a brilliant idea! Unbox really does not disappoint.
that's an instant classic Jeff! Love it. Old school stuff
Most of my favorite toys as a kid were things like vending machine fodder. From tiny bootleg madballs to bootleg kamen rider and m.u.s.c.l.e figures and tiny cap guns with a little plastic circle of exploding caps and even the small multi-part robots you could get from the all powerful quarter machine when most stuff was still a dime. The greasebat gummi figures and this ring remind me so much of all that stuff. It just great me to see some people care enough to recreate some of that nostalgia.
Exactly! That was what I was thinking for some reason that ring remind me old times as kid and vending machines. I remember a little convenience store (Tiendita, as we use to call those stores before the 7eleven like stores) this old man had a cardboard with bubble gums on it all numbered, you bought one or as many you like and they had a number on the back, that number give you a prize, it was a pretty cheap raffle thing. The best things you can win could go, from a Soda, a Twinkie, rings of all sorts, candys. Or what I was aiming for: or m.u.s.c.l.e figures, and luchadores . Nostalgia indeed
haha! I love that! definitely listening to something old school, maybe Schooly D
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