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I bought EVA-02 Q %%picrelated%% few days ago and i have their alien figure and I have some question.
Revoltech joints is freaks me out! Design and quality of model is perfect - rubber parts, good plastic, many details, but joints seems maked of crap! Ball part is fine, it makes good fixation, but stick is slips out of socket with very easy. It takes a damn lot of time to get desirable pose and hands, legs and arms constantly falls off in process, even when you just take figure in hands.
Is there any way to improve fixation of stick in sockets? Special joints, another joints, tricks, etc?
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i was at my lcs today and saw the JUN jack skellington figure and the edgy 13 year old in me decided that i have to have one.
so i was doing a little research and im not quite sure which one to get. as far as i can tell there is a revoltech, NECA, JUN, and PAK version and i cant decide which one to go with.
im guessing itll be pretty impossible to get one that can stand well on its own since his proportions are so wonky, but between the four of them im having trouble picking out the positives and negatives between them.
help me /toy/
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I've recently been collecting the D-Arts Persona figures that I've been able to find around for reasonable prices.
Anyway, I've been successful in acquiring everything I wanted, however I'm having an issue with turning the head of Jiraiya. It just absolutely will not budge and I feel as though if I try to force it the whole thing will just snap off.
As you can see from the image there's really nowhere good to grab his head as it's so small with fragile parts on the top and front, so I thought I'd come to ask you guys for help.
I've researched around and heard suggestions to freeze or boil stuck joints but have also heard countless people saying "NO DO NOT DO THIS", so I was wondering if anyone could suggest anything.