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16 days agoxkiraxxkirax
SageGuy (7 days ago) #24654056I'm looking at my shelf, and the stands aren't that noticeable when you look at them head-on. But every figure requires some sort of stand to stay up. Unless they are laying down or sitting of course.

Ok, so they aren't that outstanding... thanks again x)
17 days agoSageGuySageGuy
xkirax (7 days ago) #24653056Yes, I was aware of that special use of photoshop but I was still hoping it was possible to display them without these stuff... thanks for telling me so. ^^
I feel sorry for your figure...I hope it's not too noticeable. I want to thank both of you for your answers, I still wonder if I'll able to get over the usual dislike I feel about that transparent stand...but at least I know for sure I can't remove it safely.


I'm looking at my shelf, and the stands aren't that noticeable when you look at them head-on. But every figure requires some sort of stand to stay up. Unless they are laying down or sitting of course.
17 days agoxkiraxxkirax
bambipie (8 days ago) #24618262The pictures you see without the stand are either photpshopped out or carefully balanced with just the pole part and that can be difficult.
Yes, I was aware of that special use of photoshop but I was still hoping it was possible to display them without these stuff... thanks for telling me so. ^^

SageGuy (8 days ago) #24621194Most of them can't stand on their own and require a stand of some sort. But the square base isn't necessary.PeanutButter (8 days ago) #24621287I just want to add that it is hellish making them stand on their own. I had to deal with them toppling over at every opportunity for a photo and it really detered me from going further into photographing figures. My most expensive one got a bunch of tiny paint transfers on her.
I feel sorry for your figure...I hope it's not too noticeable. I want to thank both of you for your answers, I still wonder if I'll able to get over the usual dislike I feel about that transparent stand...but at least I know for sure I can't remove it safely.
28 days agoPeanutButterPeanutButter
I just want to add that it is hellish making them stand on their own. I had to deal with them toppling over at every opportunity for a photo and it really detered me from going further into photographing figures. My most expensive one got a bunch of tiny paint transfers on her.
28 days agoSageGuySageGuy
Most of them can't stand on their own and require a stand of some sort. But the square base isn't necessary.
18 days agobambipiebambipie
The pictures you see without the stand are either photpshopped out or carefully balanced with just the pole part and that can be difficult.
18 days agoxkiraxxkirax
Titan_Scientist (8 days ago) #24617271They need the stand/pole part, but you can remove them from the square/round/rectangular base and just stand them using that to prop them up, instead of having them on the base.

Thank you for your answer. ^^ Now with both replies I understand what is required to make them stand.. thank you again
48 days agoTitan_ScientistTitan_Scientist
They need the stand/pole part, but you can remove them from the square/round/rectangular base and just stand them using that to prop them up, instead of having them on the base.
18 days ago (8 days ago)xkiraxxkirax
Seiki (8 days ago) #24616708They require a stand/base of some sort, even if you don't want to use the one they come with. Their legs are too small and their heads too large for them to support their own weight under most circumstances. Sitting/Kneeling poses (for those that allow it) and a select few characters do not require the base.

Ok I see, that's what I wanted to know, thanks for your really quick answer ^^
So, I'll keep on thinking if I give it a try or not x)
48 days agoSeikiSeiki
They require a stand/base of some sort, even if you don't want to use the one they come with. Their legs are too small and their heads too large for them to support their own weight under most circumstances. Sitting/Kneeling poses (for those that allow it) and a select few characters do not require the base.