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What do you guys do with old anime toys that are from series that aren't popular or relevant nowadays?
I don't want to give them away to a thrift store because I spent good money on them years ago. Also I just don't feel that an item from an anime series that most people in America don't know about should go to a thrift store and collect dust.
I'm talking about series like Tenchi Muyo, Fullmetal Alchemist, Fruits Basket, etc.
I've tried ebay, I've tried myfigurecollection, I've tried BST threads here, and nothing.
At this point I'll probably just donate them but I'm not sure where to.
Any ideas of what you guys do with these kind of toys/merchandise? I don't want to just throw them away but they're taking up space.
figma general 193: Table Museum edition
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Do else is assembling their own desktop museum?
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Toyline general info:
Max Factory figma list & blog
Reviews and news about GSC/MF products by Kahotan
Where to buy
>GSC Online Shop - some figmas only are available through their online shop
>Amiami - usual place for buying, to some people, shipping is a bit higher due to packaging
>Hobby Link Japan shipping is usual lower, but their prices are a bit higher, private warehaouse is available
>Hobby Search Japan - items stay in stock the longest
>Mandarake - search figma or ????
>eBay/Amazon - only if you hate having too much money. Avoid bootlegs, you can spot them as 'Chinese version'
>http://jungle-scs.co.jp/ - Seems like you can fine some good deals here
>Check the BST threads, My Figure Collection for any offer/deal
Here's a link to the buyfag guide list of shops:
If you're getting into the hobby, there's plenty of other useful information to find on the wiki.
In case someone is interested in the printable backdrops/dioramas & other papercraft stuff that Max Factory have in the download section of their site:
illustrated posing guide by Max Factory
>http://ameblo.jp/figma/entry-11564427757.html (in moonrunes)
The S shape is always good advice though. The basic idea is that straight lines tend to look stiff.
Do you have problems swapping part in your figures? check this little advice
Figma Firearm Database
Tomytec's 1 inch scale section (1/12 stuff, little armory, vehicles and others)