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ddarko11 days ago#83257258Thank you for the detailed method :)! I might try it out on one of my less expensive ones. I unfortunately do not have Mech figures, though I did at one point want to get the Fullmetal Panic mechs lol. I can imagine the battle worn look in that case would be just perfect!
Thank you again! :)
That'd be nice! I've also just tried this concept on my less expensive collections as well recently, just to get the 'feel' first so I can use my more expensive ones if I've able to do it more properly XD

Anyway, you're welcome :D It was my pleasure to share with others
10 days ago
Acedananjaya11 days ago#83257248You might try as well :D The key is I usually put the firecrackers about 25 to 40 cm away from the figure to make sure that the explosion doesn't reach the figure too much thus preventing the figure from getting damage. The least could be found on the figure are probably just dust or the black residue from the explosive powder of the crackers which we can clean with only wet clothes/tissues.
For me, the dust and residue would look quite good on the figure that uses armour such as mechs figure, stormtroopers on star wars, etc. Sometimes, I only wipe it with dry clothes so it will still leave thin dirty and natural-looking shades on the figure if I'd like to use the same figure for the same concept later :D

Thank you for the detailed method :)! I might try it out on one of my less expensive ones. I unfortunately do not have Mech figures, though I did at one point want to get the Fullmetal Panic mechs lol. I can imagine the battle worn look in that case would be just perfect!

Thank you again! :)
11 days ago
ddarko11 days ago#83257069Nice! :) Makes me want to try that too, though I am afraid I might blow my figure up in the process haha. You might try as well :D The key is I usually put the firecrackers about 25 to 40 cm away from the figure to make sure that the explosion doesn't reach the figure too much thus preventing the figure from getting damage. The least could be found on the figure are probably just dust or the black residue from the explosive powder of the crackers which we can clean with only wet clothes/tissues.

For me, the dust and residue would look quite good on the figure that uses armour such as mechs figure, stormtroopers on star wars, etc. Sometimes, I only wipe it with dry clothes so it will still leave thin dirty and natural-looking shades on the figure if I'd like to use the same figure for the same concept later :D
11 days ago
Acedananjaya11 days ago#83257048Thank you for the appreciation :D I used real firecrackers for the explosion one this one
Nice! :) Makes me want to try that too, though I am afraid I might blow my figure up in the process haha.
11 days ago
ddarko11 days ago#83247983This is a really nice shot! Did you actually use a firecracker or something, or the explosion photoshopped in? Either way, looks sick! :) Thank you for the appreciation :D I used real firecrackers for the explosion one this one
11 days ago
This is a really nice shot! Did you actually use a firecracker or something, or the explosion photoshopped in? Either way, looks sick! :)
11 days ago
FigureGunplaFan11 days ago#83236961Well, it's rare to see a TF pic being part of the POTD.I've just noticed it's on POTD -__- well yeaa I rarely see mechas on POTD as well, especially TF. Anyway, thx for noticing the pic :D
11 days ago
Well, it's rare to see a TF pic being part of the POTD.
11 days ago
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