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Dude that's an awesome photo and POSE! 10 out of bloody 10 for you! :D Thanks for posting. (great diorama too btw)

Thanks, I snaped like 20 or 30 to get that plus a small amount of photoshope clean up.

Also that is not a diorama it's one of my fish tanks, made for a grate backdrop. I'm going to shot some more this weekend with other valks.

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Sorry, I know this is a bit late this year since Easter came so early... but here's a blasphemous "Happy Easter" from my custom Stealth 1J and his cyborg bunny (Briareos)

:lol: I like it. THANKS!

:ph34r:

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Thanks, I snaped like 20 or 30 to get that plus a small amount of photoshope clean up.

Also that is not a diorama it's one of my fish tanks, made for a grate backdrop. I'm going to shot some more this weekend with other valks.

lol cool, it did look good in the background though, yeah i know what it's like snapping 3 or 4 of the one pose and only 1 makes the upload.

Keep up the good work!

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:) That Valk is totally drunk - you can tell by the fact that his leg is bent every which way- he doesn't know what joints to use; Battroid or Gaurdian! that's funny :)

But why did you forget to transform his "ribs?" on the sides? :)

Poor Jetfire :) So left out :)

VFTF1 (who liked the easter bunny too!)

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I really ought to add to this topic...

Whenever I get a new transformable toy, I put it in various Christopher Walken poses. I put my 1/48 VF-1S into the entire music video by now, but I never bothered photographing it. I really need to photograph that Valk doing those fancy Walken moves. I really like the hinged wrists, because it enables Walken-esque poses better than many Transformers.

Here's to prove that I'm not making up the Christopher Walken stuff:

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I really ought to add to this topic...

Whenever I get a new transformable toy, I put it in various Christopher Walken poses. I put my 1/48 VF-1S into the entire music video by now, but I never bothered photographing it. I really need to photograph that Valk doing those fancy Walken moves. I really like the hinged wrists, because it enables Walken-esque poses better than many Transformers.

Here's to prove that I'm not making up the Christopher Walken stuff:

n1203307_35331649_3237.jpg

n1203307_35324393_2976.jpg

haha, that's one of my favorite vidoes...

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I really ought to add to this topic...

Whenever I get a new transformable toy, I put it in various Christopher Walken poses. I put my 1/48 VF-1S into the entire music video by now, but I never bothered photographing it. I really need to photograph that Valk doing those fancy Walken moves. I really like the hinged wrists, because it enables Walken-esque poses better than many Transformers.

Here's to prove that I'm not making up the Christopher Walken stuff:

n1203307_35331649_3237.jpg

n1203307_35324393_2976.jpg

haha, that's one of my favorite vidoes...

Mine too.

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Apparently, Macross fighter mechs are pretty popular, even amongst pilots from other toy-lines.......:huh: :

Ace: "No.............Mr. Handgun-In-Your-Face says I'M flying the YF-19...B!TCH!!"

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Over the years I've read criticisms about the Yamato 1/48 scale VF-1 Valkyries having skinny arms, the most recent of which have been stated in the current 1/60 scale VF-1 threads. There is a solution for those who do not want to buy the new 1/60 scale version just to get a VF-1 with bigger arms. I've got my 1/48 scale Valkyries on a strict exercise plan -- 12 oz. curls. Since I am the supportive type, I have adopted the same exercise plan for myself. ^_^

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Just a sec those weights are labeled LIGHT :D

Correction: They are "LITE" meaning more alcohol not "LIGHT" meaning less weight. :lol:

EDIT: whoa! I just realized that the valk actually is picking those beer cans up! Sweet! ^_^

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