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Rejean235RGBlv21 Give her a weapon
Wogrim (15 dagar sedan) #25721081Hmm yeah it's going to be a no-go if the wings are opaque.It's standard to have opaque wings in first prototype, it was the same thing for other figures from Tony's artwork: PICTURE #710380, PICTURE #1182588, PICTURE #1060925...
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There's something about the face, I find very appealing. Can't wait to see her painted.
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Hmm yeah it's going to be a no-go if the wings are opaque.
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IceMan45 (24 dagar sedan) #25330366Don't forget that 90% of todays electronics are made in China... not elswhere, China. You'd be surprised that how good are some of the products that they make, but they don't sell that to other countries. It's the same case with Swiss Chocolate, you can buy expensive ones at your local store but they will never be as good as the ones sold in Switzerland.
Go on criticizin figures (that's what we are buyers for, to never be 100% satisfied) but remember that You, or for that matter no other Chinese knock-off companies, will ever be able to make a better figurine for this price.


LOL I could go on about how many TVs and electronics are failing much more now because of their (Chinese manufacturers) soldering technology for PCBs. They are meant to break quicker, stuff doesn't last as long yadda yadda---not much anyone can do about it anyways and it's not a figures topic...

However, I was actually pleasantly surprised lately to get a great quality figure from Broccoli, of all companies, which did a great paint job, skin was a healthy pink (no bland whitish skin): ITEM #287946
24 dagar sedan
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harrykim (1 månad sedan) #24544107I'm not convinced that quality is going up, I'm not sure if that's something you've noticed or if that's actual fact. I keep on getting disappointed with the production figure that I receive versus the painted prototype that I thought I ordered. Most figures are whitish, without a healthy pink skin color, there is no blush on the face which is advertised, the paint quality hasn't much changed in the last few years, there are still lots of defects in every figure I get. I'm not sure how much hand detailing and painting actually go into each figure, it looks mass produced to me. And maybe because they are made in China, that's why quality isn't still the greatest.
Don't forget that 90% of todays electronics are made in China... not elswhere, China. You'd be surprised that how good are some of the products that they make, but they don't sell that to other countries. It's the same case with Swiss Chocolate, you can buy expensive ones at your local store but they will never be as good as the ones sold in Switzerland.
Go on criticizin figures (that's what we are buyers for, to never be 100% satisfied) but remember that You, or for that matter no other Chinese knock-off companies, will ever be able to make a better figurine for this price.
24 dagar sedan
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SumeriNyan (1 månad sedan) #24393990They are going up in price because the quality is getting better and inflation is a thing. They are indeed hand painted in China.
Also casting has a lot of limitations that have to be worked around to get this level of detail. For stuff this complex you have to cast multiple pieces. There's no way of avoiding it. With most figures they can hide the seams under clothing, but that's not doable with nude figures without spending a LOT more time filling in the seams of every single figure. Time = Money.
A lot of people seem to assume that Japanese figures are mass produced. They aren't. Economies of scale don't really start to kick in at the quantities these are produced. The more of something you make the cheaper it gets, but that there has to be enough demand for the target supply. They have to strike a balance between price and expected sales numbers. Having them hand painted in China is also a major bottleneck to production.


I'm not convinced that quality is going up, I'm not sure if that's something you've noticed or if that's actual fact. I keep on getting disappointed with the production figure that I receive versus the painted prototype that I thought I ordered. Most figures are whitish, without a healthy pink skin color, there is no blush on the face which is advertised, the paint quality hasn't much changed in the last few years, there are still lots of defects in every figure I get. I'm not sure how much hand detailing and painting actually go into each figure, it looks mass produced to me. And maybe because they are made in China, that's why quality isn't still the greatest.
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harrykim (1 månad sedan) #24355141Looks like someone has to invent a better method to do this. Figures have gone up in price so much, it's ridiculous. For $100-150 I'd expect them to be hand painted, air brushed. and sanded.

They are going up in price because the quality is getting better and inflation is a thing. They are indeed hand painted in China.


Also casting has a lot of limitations that have to be worked around to get this level of detail. For stuff this complex you have to cast multiple pieces. There's no way of avoiding it. With most figures they can hide the seams under clothing, but that's not doable with nude figures without spending a LOT more time filling in the seams of every single figure. Time = Money.

A lot of people seem to assume that Japanese figures are mass produced. They aren't. Economies of scale don't really start to kick in at the quantities these are produced. The more of something you make the cheaper it gets, but that there has to be enough demand for the target supply. They have to strike a balance between price and expected sales numbers. Having them hand painted in China is also a major bottleneck to production.
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TomTheCat (1 månad sedan) #24351301I bet it's for ease of manufacture. With both arms in their relative positions to the body, it's simply impossible to mold in one piece. If they wanted to recreate the seamless look, they would have to fill and sand all the seams after assembly. I don't even want to know how much they would have to charge for this figure if they went that way.

Looks like someone has to invent a better method to do this. Figures have gone up in price so much, it's ridiculous. For $100-150 I'd expect them to be hand painted, air brushed. and sanded.
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harrykim (1 månad sedan) #24268702Why the useless armband again?? This is like Skytube when they put armbands to make cast off easier, the lazy castoff instead of different torsos etc. The illustration has no armband, and I don't see what else you can cast off instead of clothing her??
I bet it's for ease of manufacture. With both arms in their relative positions to the body, it's simply impossible to mold in one piece. If they wanted to recreate the seamless look, they would have to fill and sand all the seams after assembly. I don't even want to know how much they would have to charge for this figure if they went that way.
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Rejean235RGBlv21 Give her a weapon
harrykim (1 månad sedan) #24268702...The illustration has no armband, and I don't see what else you can cast off instead of clothing her??I was wondering the same thing. I contacted Native and asked them. I'll post their response.
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