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Novacaine

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  1. maybe you're doing a "fast reply" which doesn't have the attachments button? The "add reply" has an attachment button when you make a post. That's the problem I was having
  2. Maybe the price is too high? I may switch it over to an auction. BUMP
  3. Diablo I love the sub mode and awesome use of the flightpose stand blackconvoy. I've been having fun with depth of field on my camera. Putting characters in the foreground.
  4. I got it Big thanks to "I collect stuff". He got me the ozma I'd been looking for. A really great collector to deal with. Also thanks to everyone else who made suggestions and recommendations especially jeremy007, valk009 and m0n5t3r. You guys all rock. "I collect stuff" you made this a great father's day
  5. Big thumbs up for "I collect stuff". Helped me get a toy I'd be wanting for a while. Great communication, great packing and shipping. The toy was just as described. Highly recommended.
  6. I pulled my tripod out tonight and took some more pics.
  7. All these amazing pictures motivated me to get out the tripod and take some pictures. I personally just love the elintseeker because it has so much going on. All that hardware somehow makes it look more realistic to me. You'll notice that mine has been outfitted with a few missiles for long range fire support.
  8. Lolicon I love your photos. Really nice pictures of the figures. I actually downloaded some and I've been using them for reference while working on my figure drawing. Just wanted to let you know and hope you keep posting such great photos of your collection.
  9. yeah 300 sounds more in line. I've been checking out the yahoo japan auctions. I signed up with Rinkya, a japanese middle man company, but it looks like that might be really expensive. Just shipping to the US looks to be $100+. The toy is like 5 kg and then rinkya charges 25% charge on top of shipping cost. Plus they have all there other fees which would add another $35+$25 or so. Even if I find one there for $200 it'll end up costing me like $330+ Anyone used them or have any advice? Thanks again for the help.
  10. Selling some more of my collection including a GAKKEN green alpha fighter from mospeada/macross/robotech. Thanks. http://shop.ebay.com/ttnova/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=&_trksid=p3686
  11. A photo of my VT-22 Hess Refueling Valkyrie in fighter mode. This Valk has reduced fire power and armor allowing it to hold additional internal fuel as well as external fuel tanks for in air refueling operations. It's a real pain to transform.
  12. Thanks for the link and the reference. But that's probably a bit more that I was hoping to spend. I'll have to keep searching. I appreciate the help though. Thanks.
  13. 1/60 DX Chogokin VF-25S Armored Messiah Valkyrie Ozma http://www.hlj.com/product/BAN956817 Looking for one used or new. Thanks for any help in finding one.
  14. Just checked mine. The only problem was with my VF-0S. I had the one post against the little bottom fin with 301 printed on it. The tip of the post sort of stuck a little but there was no damage. But it had only been on that stand in that configuration for maybe 2 weeks. I imagine if I had left it there long enough things could have been really bad. All the other posts were touching bare plastic. I plan to keep using the stand but make sure the tips only touch bare plastic. What I saw supports the idea that there is a reaction between the tip material and paints of certain types. Washing it won't help if this is the case. FWIW, I did just mess around with one of my stands and it's easy to pop the caps off. then you just have acrylic which shouldn't react with anything. Of course you won't get that sure grip anymore, but someone mentioned those little nubs you can buy to put under the legs of furniture to avoid scratching. Maybe just stick the small ones to the ends of the acrylic pipes?
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