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04 days agolonelyheart117lonelyheart117
Hello I recently picked up some plushies from Great Eastern Animation made with polyester fiber as the stuffing of them. I would like to know basic cleaning/keeping them in good condition tips :) for an affordable price, they were very well detailed I was surprised :o Thank you
011 days ago (11 days ago)DoboyDoboy Animated Chicks FTW
I had a question for any moderators that may be viewing this. I've looked through the guidelines several times over in regards to adding things to the database. I haven't found anything on what I was considering to add so I've refrained from doing so.

What I have is an adult toy that is officially licensed merchandise with a "Taimanin Asagi" theme celebrating the series 10th anniversary. The toy itself doesn't resemble anything in particular to the series, but it does come packaged with Asagi on the box, the company Lilith is also visible. So basically I'm just wanting to ask is this type of item allowed or not in the database?? Here's a pic of front of box (mfc link) its easy to Google as well for more shots of box and toy/onahole itself...

Thanks
019 days agobenjaminh26benjaminh26
Rejean235 (20 days ago) #2970023Hello,
Welcome to MFC. Many uses Ikea Deltolf as they are inexpensive, they have glasses all around and it's easy to put in a light. Photo of thndrcatmx3's collection:
http://s1.tsuki-board.net/image/600/thndrcatmx31409413945.jpeg
Myself I use Ikea's Billy as I have a large collection 1/8 to 1/6 and I can adust the height of the tablets to maximize the number of figures I can put in them and they are much taller. I add glass doors to protect the figures from dust, buy glass tablets to better show the figures and also add lights:
http://s1.tsuki-board.net/image/600/Rejean2351421282017.jpeg

Thanks for the advice!
I took a look into the IKEA Detolf and yes for the price it does offers quite some space, I think as a new collector it'll be something I can start with.
You have a large collection! Seeing it makes me envious XD
020 days ago (20 days ago)Rejean235Rejean235 Give her a weapon
benjaminh26 (20 days ago) #2969847Hi guys!
I'm new to the hobby and I'm thinking about getting display cases for my 1/7 and 1/8 scale figures.
What would be a good place go get them?
Thanks!
Hello,

Welcome to MFC. Many uses Ikea Deltolf as they are inexpensive, they have glasses all around and it's easy to put in a light. Photo of thndrcatmx3's collection:

http://s1.tsuki-board.net/image/600/thndrcatmx31409413945.jpeg

Myself I use Ikea's Billy as I have a large collection 1/8 to 1/6 and I can adust the height of the tablets to maximize the number of figures I can put in them and they are much taller. I add glass doors to protect the figures from dust, buy glass tablets to better show the figures and also add lights:

http://s1.tsuki-board.net/image/600/Rejean2351421282017.jpeg
020 days agobenjaminh26benjaminh26
Hi guys!
I'm new to the hobby and I'm thinking about getting display cases for my 1/7 and 1/8 scale figures.
What would be a good place go get them?
Thanks!
021 days agoDarkButterflyDarkButterfly
Hey guys! I have just started collecting figmas and i have a question: Can you switch hairstyles between figmas? Like you can with nendoroids?

I would love some help with this!
127 days agoMuntoeMuntoe Lover of cacti ♡꒰*・ω・人・...
Revien (27 days ago) #2948350I've been looking at the recent Cinderella Girls parka on AmiAmi ((ext link)) but before I commit I have a quick question about sizes for those who've bought Cospa parkas or shirts before.
Normally I wear a medium (US, womans size), but I kind of like my hoodies to be slightly on the oversized side for maximum relaxation. Since I'm unfamiliar with Cospa sizing I'm wondering for those who are: should I be going with the L or XL size on this one?
Cospa uses Japanese sizing which tends to run on the smaller side. Since American sizes tend to run a little larger and you want your hoodie to be roomier I would recommend scaling up to an XL. I am mostly an XS/S in American clothing but can also fit in M and imagine a size L parka would be a much looser and comfy fit.

By far the easiest way to do this would be to take a cloth measuring tape and measure around your body - when you're looking at width on the AmiAmi page double the measurement (e.g. the L 53cm would actually be 106cm on your body). Also when you do this be sure to adjust if you're a little bustier...I imagine I could fit into an M but the two ladies up top would not be too happy haha. Your height may also play a factor since most Japanese people are quite small so as sizes go up width gets larger but length doesn't go up as much.

I've never owned a Cospa hoodie though so you may want a few more opinions ^^; FWIW the width difference between L and XL on those hoodies is about 6 cm so you could probably get away with purchasing either.

This blog may also help: (mfc link) Hopefully that gets you started.
027 days agoRevienRevien
MOD Edit: Hi there, we no longer allow shop questions in the forms. If you could take your question to (mfc link) or club #99 we'd appreciate it, thanks! :)

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I've been looking at the recent Cinderella Girls parka on AmiAmi ((ext link)) but before I commit I have a quick question about sizes for those who've bought Cospa parkas or shirts before.

Normally I wear a medium (US, womans size), but I kind of like my hoodies to be slightly on the oversized side for maximum relaxation. Since I'm unfamiliar with Cospa sizing I'm wondering for those who are: should I be going with the L or XL size on this one?
01 month ago (1 month ago)SionaSiona
Edit : Remove my question because it wasn't the good club... stupid me...

Anyway I'll just leave the best answer fo all the user that never got one here : 42 !
02 months agoifob8ifob8
I think joining this club will be very useful. :) Thx guys :)

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