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Comments • Long awaited loot (August to October)

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    DreadedSwordsman (6 days ago) #28569340Amazing Loot!

    Thanks ^^

    DearDemons (6 days ago) #28571017Nice loot! Glad you were able to drop to part time especially if you were feeling that way but hopefully things start to pick up and you start feeling a bit less depressed! :)

    Thanks, I dropped to part-time in the beggining of September and I've definantly been feeling much better. School and talking regularly to my best friend have been helping too, and I've even been drawing regularly (something I love but never had the heart to do since I started my job).

    hicks16 (6 days ago) #28571439Nice loot! If you don't mind me asking, where did you buy the A Silent Voice dvd from?

    I got it on amazon. I see your from the US, I got mine in the UK amazon site though, hope that helps :)

    tharglet (6 days ago) #28573900Reading the comments on the first figure, you should be able to heat her arm up and put it into the correct place.
    Some figures have a habit of arriving bent, and this looks like one of them. Looks like the bottom half of her foot and leg have sagged a bit to me too.
    If you're new to bending stuff, you can heat it up either with water (hot, not boiling) or a few seconds with a hairdryer. Once the plastic is pliable, bend it gently into position, then either hold it until it cools or forcibly cool it. It should then stay in position, until time makes it sag.
    If you don't cool the figure enough for the plastic to "set" and it goes into the wrong position, then you can repeat the process and be a bit more patient :).


    Thanks for the tips, I'll give it a go soon ^_^
    5 days ago
    3pt
    Reading the comments on the first figure, you should be able to heat her arm up and put it into the correct place.

    Some figures have a habit of arriving bent, and this looks like one of them. Looks like the bottom half of her foot and leg have sagged a bit to me too.

    If you're new to bending stuff, you can heat it up either with water (hot, not boiling) or a few seconds with a hairdryer. Once the plastic is pliable, bend it gently into position, then either hold it until it cools or forcibly cool it. It should then stay in position, until time makes it sag.

    If you don't cool the figure enough for the plastic to "set" and it goes into the wrong position, then you can repeat the process and be a bit more patient :).
    6 days ago
    2pt
    Nice loot! If you don't mind me asking, where did you buy the A Silent Voice dvd from?
    6 days ago
    2pt
    Nice loot! Glad you were able to drop to part time especially if you were feeling that way but hopefully things start to pick up and you start feeling a bit less depressed! :)
    6 days ago
    2pt
    Amazing Loot!
    6 days ago
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