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Marc the plastics fan11 Mar 2023 2:32 a.m. PST

Maybe a black wash over the guns. But otherwise – looking good 👍🏼

As to the apparent lack of 1/72. I think the manufacturers of metals and the magazines have pushed the appeal of metal, with the sun text "plastic is for kids' toys".

But those of us who use plastics know otherwise

Jcfrog14 Mar 2023 6:32 a.m. PST

Try this position in real. Gymnast. Why do they do unnatural positions for minis?

Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian15 Aug 2023 10:25 p.m. PST

Might have something to do with the molds?

Jcfrog06 Oct 2023 6:49 a.m. PST

Yes it might. Can remember one creator saying something about the mould lines having to be so and so and only so much volumes that can be done in some ways. recently I got some 3D printed figs that have astonishing, uncommon, natural poses, with armes bent in front and body too. They might not be able to do that in traditional plastic. Often ends up a bit flat.
Then you get people who just do not do the proper research in pictures etc. to do it well.

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