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Uploaded: 09 Jul 2018
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Yoko Littner

1/6, Resin, Studio Saru Bunshitsu

Rating: 31 | Comments: 0

Oshino Shinobu Redjuice's art Ver.

1/6, Resin, Individual sculptor

Rating: 120 | Comments: 0

Luce

1/6, Resin, Individual sculptor

Rating: 15 | Comments: 0

Aegis

1/6, E2046

Rating: 10 | Comments: 0

Nirvana

1/6, Resin, Individual sculptor

Rating: 29 | Comments: 0

Konny

1/6, Resin, Individual sculptor

Rating: 14 | Comments: 0

Soil

1/6, Resin, Individual sculptor

Rating: 15 | Comments: 0

Erde

1/6, Resin, Individual sculptor

Rating: 12 | Comments: 0

Akemi Homura

1/6, Resin, Jetstream

Rating: 28 | Comments: 0

Recint

1/6, Resin, Individual sculptor

Rating: 18 | Comments: 0

Mikasa Ackerman

1/7, Resin, Individual sculptor

Rating: 49 | Comments: 0

Kitsunetsuki (Spirit Possession)

1/6, Resin, Individual sculptor

Rating: 88 | Comments: 0

Taka-kun

1/6, Resin, Individual sculptor

Rating: 27 | Comments: 0

Kiss-shot 12 Year Old Ver.

1/6, Resin, Individual sculptor

Rating: 15 | Comments: 0

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Stacycmc
Stacycmc (USA)
15 Jul 2018, 12:03:29
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Impressive!!!! Looks like a lot of work is in store for you!! I love that little fox girl..one say I will own her! :D
Kapushonshik
Kapushonshik (Russia)
15 Jul 2018, 21:29:45
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Thanks dear. There will always a lot of work ))) It's just a few 1:6 we have bought. there are tons of other GKs we have unassembled in boxes all around the flat ^___^ There is also a plan to build 10-15 1:8 GKs as well )
Stacycmc
Stacycmc (USA)
16 Jul 2018, 01:11:49
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Oh my goodness....I'm SOOOO slow at the few I've done!!! Do you do them for commissions or are they for your own collection, so many!!! That's awesome....about how long on average does it generally take you to paint and assemble one (assuming 1/6 scale to make it easier)?

So much respect for you! LOL!!
Kapushonshik
Kapushonshik (Russia)
16 Jul 2018, 06:35:12
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Haha) We don't do any commissions (there was a few exceptions for friends, but not to make money) We think that time is too valuable resource to spend it for painting for someone else. It's more important to spend in for our own projects. Your question about "how long" is not that easy to answer. I think it's possible to build and paint standard figure in a week or so without any rush. But the problem is that we don't paint a figure alone. Now there is always customization, creating display base (even if there was one). So the process is getting longer. Some projects are on pause because we starting new ones. So it's nearly impossible to answer how long does it take to make one. ^____^ And also there is young member of the team who needs a lot of attention ))
Stacycmc
Stacycmc (USA)
16 Jul 2018, 19:49:54
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Haha...no I totally understand. I am VERY new to garage kit building but was recently asked to do a commission job, but my whole being screams NOOOO!!! ...LOL, I'm REALLY slow so the time and such doesn't feel worth the payoff and not like I can charge someone a fortune for my work (I am no pro afterall)...while when doing it for myself, the payoff is that I get to own and display a figure I spent HOURS and HOURS working on (as for me being the newb I am, no chance I'm done in a week...LOL). Anyway, just to say I totally understand that stance, but I was just curious since you had so many kits there!

Anyway....lovely collection and hats off for your skill at knocking these out...can't wait to see the end result for them!! You inspire me for sure!! :D
Kapushonshik
Kapushonshik (Russia)
16 Jul 2018, 22:17:42
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The more you working on figures the more you understand that there is almost no possibility to ruin something. Skills are growing and the speed is also growing. And now it's possible to fix anything - so it's much more freedom in the process. I remember very first figure and the fear painting something wrong. And now if there is something wrong I just wash the paint and make it again ))) Simple and fast)
Now we making a rough assembly of same scale GKs searching for interesting combinations from various sculptors, trying to combine very different figures into one very solid scene. And there are a few combinations we already found)))
Stacycmc
Stacycmc (USA)
17 Jul 2018, 05:58:52
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Ah that's cool...right now I have one project for someone "not" myself (do NOT like commissions but it was an opportunity I felt I couldn't pass up, but then I have 4 project of my own I haven't even started. That alone feels overwhelming, but yeah...my hope is through practice I get faster and more confident!!

Anyway keep us updated on your progress with your figures, I always soooo enjoy seeing how these come along!! :D

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