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Queen's Blade - Tomoe - Excellent Model - 1/8 (MegaHouse)Queen's Blade - Tomoe - Excellent Model - 1/8 (MegaHouse)¥ Buy¥ Buy

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Queen's Blade - Tomoe - Excellent Model - 1/8 (MegaHouse)
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Material
Scale & Dimensions
1/8  H=200mm (7.8in, 1:1=1.6m)
Release date
08/2007 As Standard
Price
Various
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In stock @ Solaris Japan (¥8,166)

Brand New for ¥8,166
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Pre Owned for ¥5,544
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In stock @ JFigure.com (¥7,100)
Opened but the figure is in very good condition. No notable damages. Parts complete unless mentioned. Box damaged.
In stock @ Neokyo
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Only ¥250 fee, 45 days free storage.
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3 years ago
piruvy crunches on ice
I hope it goes well for you! (and remember to always test it first, but I'm sure you know that, because trains//// Good luck~!!)
EtherealSyn4 years ago#8140234Great idea, thanks so much. I just bought some testers dulcote to seal the weathering powder on one of my locomotives. It never occurred to me to use it on my figures.
Will definitely give it a try. Many thanks
4 years ago
Great idea, thanks so much. I just bought some testers dulcote to seal the weathering powder on one of my locomotives. It never occurred to me to use it on my figures.

Will definitely give it a try. Many thanks


piruvy4 years ago#5382090I know this is really late, but something you (and anyone else) can do to fix this kind of issue (with the cast-off clothes, or any other figure with paint issues) is to use a fixative/sealant. (I uhh... would avoid against gloss and recommend matte... haha...) Some recommended brands are: Mr Super Clear Matte/UV Cut, Model Masters Lusterless (flat) Lacquer Overcoat, Mr Top Coat Matte, Testors Dullcote.(stay away from oil/acetone-based brands if possible. Such as Krylon... since they can melt weaker paints) The only issue is the smell, so after you fix/seal the paint on the clothes, leave it in a garage or somewhere for a week to let the smell go away.
Just in case you still have her/wish to fix this issue. c:
4 years ago
piruvy crunches on ice
EtherealSyn5 years ago#3014318Wow, the issue with the paint transfer on her is just ridiculous.

I know this is really late, but something you (and anyone else) can do to fix this kind of issue (with the cast-off clothes, or any other figure with paint issues) is to use a fixative/sealant. (I uhh... would avoid against gloss and recommend matte... haha...) Some recommended brands are: Mr Super Clear Matte/UV Cut, Model Masters Lusterless (flat) Lacquer Overcoat, Mr Top Coat Matte, Testors Dullcote.(stay away from oil/acetone-based brands if possible. Such as Krylon... since they can melt weaker paints) The only issue is the smell, so after you fix/seal the paint on the clothes, leave it in a garage or somewhere for a week to let the smell go away.

Just in case you still have her/wish to fix this issue. c:
4 years ago
ringoiero3605 years ago#2778307Still selling, but price reduced to $25.

Is this still available?
4 years ago