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Time for an essay.
I believe Busou Shinki is the cancer of toy. It was okay when there were occasional threads, but now they come up so frequent it's annoying. Threads about Busou Shinki, the war on neckbeard scalpers, Subjectanon, transformers movie/prime discussion with little mention of the toys, and Jin are way too frequent, and pushes aside threads about other important matters.
Yes Busou Shinki is a little bit of a better discussion because it revolves around a "toy". However, most threads end up looking the same involving random crappy art, discussion about the same shinkis over and over (Strarf, Pomock, Eukrante, etc). Also when someone is against Busou Shinkis, the Shinki people get all upset rather than just plainly ignore.
I heavily dislike the Shinki Community, most of them are stubborn elitist weeabo snobs or just plain shitposters who constantly talk about things no one cares about, like Beach Queens or /a/. (You know who you are!) Luckily some of them are smart enough to keep down shinkimania unlike some of the stupider anons who continuously make threads to simply antagonize those who do not like Shinkis. To make matters worse Busou Shinki world actually links /toy/ to make more Shinki people to come here. I guess they just want to send their followers straight into the slaughter house.
The shinkis themselves are kinda odd and fueled by bizzare fetishes with their themes. The ones that are weapon themed cater to the mecha musume fetish people.
Overall, I think too many Busou Shinki threads is ruining /toy/'s glorious visage! Also I think the shinki fans need to calm down and realize not everyone likes Shinkis and they can keep their obsession to within themselves or just one thread or not at all. Seriously, tired of this BS BS.
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just wondering, how much is the legit, non-bootleg BRS nendo worth nowadays? I am in desperate need of cash [no, this is not a sales post, just an inquiry] and I need to sell mine, but not sure what to start the asking price at. the photo is mine.
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Hey /toy/, I want your thoughts on a diorama involving Figma Link and the Temple of Time from Ocarina. I did a google search and turned up almost nothing but Papercraft, and, well, fuck that noise.
For the pedastal, I was thinking a foam block carved to scale, covered in whte glue to hide the foam texture and sprayed with a water pased paint to seal it, then a secondary spray of lightly textured off white to resemble marble. For the room itself, I was thinking thing wood board with plasticard for appeal, and then tiled plasticard on opposite sides of the room, to create a walkway. For the pillars, I'd take the long route and carve that shit from foam blocks and glue em all together.
Anyone attempt this before? Thoughts feelings? I'm really into Zelda right now, and would love to take a crack at this (avoiding high costs, of course)
>inb4 go back to /v/
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>Driving to class early with the plan of hitting up Meijer for $5 Nerf blaster
>Go into auto pilot, forget exit, back track 3 miles
>See homeless on corner next to Meijer, feel slightly guilty about plan-but am not deterred
>No on sale blasters, only new full price elite
>Wander through clearance aisle
>See some alright lego and older marvel, take to scanner - it shows full price
>Wander over to monster high, pick up a venus-looks cool
>Employee stealthily approaches while mid20s me is rifling through dolls and asks if I want to take a survey
>Fumble the dolls, feel no guilt about looking through them, but out of surprise at sudden presence of Large Ninja Employee
>Make excuse about time, he saunters off
>Fuck, fuck, shit
>Have heart attack
>Class begins in 15 min
>20 minutes away from parking garage, 10 minute walk to building
>Get to car, sudden wave of sadness from lack of nerf as I glance back at the Meijer, then to the unvisited Target across the parking lot
>Drive faster than usual counting the minutes
>Get to garage, park, power-walk!
>Burst into classroom!
>2 professors in corner using a light table, No one else in room
>They look at me with the same confusion I'm looking at them with
>Wish aloud for something to break the tension-ie: like a nerf blaster
>Professors both part ways at the door
>One wishes the other a good class
>The 'other' bids farewell, turns to me and says "See you in an hour" and walks away
>Check watch, 3:50, not 4:50 (cry on the inside)
>Take my seat, kill time writing this
tl:dr Meijer had no Nerf blasters