(18+) How to: Buy Makaizou figure from Yahoo! Japan Auctions

For those of you who still don’t know how to find Makaizou figures on Yahoo! Japan Auction, here is a step-by-step guide for you! =D

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(18+) Poor man’s Modeling Part 3: Duplicate part with two-part Oyumaru mold & Plaster

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Poor man’s Modeling Part 2: Duplicate part with one-part Clay mold & Plaster

Today I’ll show you how to duplicate an item with one-part clay mold. Making an one-part mold is a lot easier than making a two- or multi-part mold. So this making this clay mold is a lot easier than making a gelatine mold in Part 1. But just like gelatine mold, it also has it’s own weaknesses. Continue reading »

Poor man’s Modeling Part 1: Duplicate part with Gelatine mold & Plaster

Last month OFE announced the Imako-san Ver. Nekomimi/V (18+) and I pre-ordered it right away. I told my friend about it and he said he ordered the first Imako-san Ver. Nekomimi (18+) back in July last year but how he wanted this new Nekomimi/V version. Then I told him “maybe you can duplicate the left arm?” Continue reading »

How to: Find and Buy Resin/Garage Kits – A beginner’s guide

I will happily admit that I am a novice in the complex world of Resin and Garage Kits. This little essay arose out of a series of posts I did on the subject, and my realization that I had some useful knowledge to pass on to others interested in exploring this field. Continue reading »

How: Millhiore F. Biscotti was Made Using 3DCG Sculpting:

Here is the How Millhiore F. Biscotti was Made Using 3DCG post that I mentioned last night! I took the whole thing off the official Good Smile Company blog (Mikatan’s Blog) with a little bit editing for the layout. Continue reading »

How to: Put Shining Wind Houmei 1/8 PVC figure by Alter together

Here comes a step-by-step video guild for Shining Wind Houmei 1/8 PVC figure by Alter! You know there is no joke if the manufacturer has to make a video guild to tell you how to put a figure together. Continue reading »

DIY Figure Repairs Part 3: Scuffed Paint

Here is Part 3: Scuffed Paint for the DIY Figure Repairs series from the Good Smile Company official blog, Mikatan blog. Accident do happen! Even if you just put your figures in the display case and don’t touch them at all. Sometime they will fall by itself and for no reason and end up some scars. This “Part 3: Scuffed Paint” will teach you how to fix the scuffed paint by yourself! Continue reading »

DIY Figure Repairs Part 2: Reinforcing Joints

Here is Part 2: Reinforcing Joints for the DIY Figure Repairs series from the Good Smile Company official blog, Mikatan blog. Even if you don’t play with your action figures that often, you might still come across with the loose joint problems. Especially with Nendoroid, their joints are really really loose even if you just take it out the box brand new. I never try this method myself, but I guess I’ll try it some day for my Nendoroid BRS. Continue reading »

DIY Figure Repairs Part 1: Broken Joints

For those who collection figma or Nendoroid, most of you had broken the joint at least once (I never see/heard ppl broke a Revoltech joint tho). The Good Smile Company official blog, Mikatan blog, just posted a DIY Figure Repairs series to help us to bring our dead broken figure back to life! All credit goes to Good Smile Company! Continue reading »

How are PVC Figures Manufactured? Mikatan’s Factory Field Trip! – Part 4

This was the business trip of Mikatan went to visit the PVC figure factory in China. I took this off the official Good Smile Company blog, Mikatan’s blog. All credit goes to Mikatan. Since the official GSC blog is being updated very frequently and it is really hard to find and keep track on the old news. So I decided to copy the whole “Mikatan’s Factory Field Trip” here as a record. Continue reading »

How to: Carve Out Anime Characters with Chainsaw

Remember Jason-san? He is the one who carve out anime characters with only chainsaw. He is truly amazing. When I saw the preview illustration in the anime Puella Magi Madoka Magica ( 魔法少女まどか☆マギカ ) episode 2, I said to my friend that it would be great if Jason-san would made the Puella Magi characters. Continue reading »

How are PVC Figures Manufactured? 1/8th Scale Senjougahara Hitagi – Part 4

This was the business trip of Mikatan went to visit the PVC figure factory in China. I took this off the official Good Smile Company blog, Mikatan’s blog. All credit goes to Mikatan. Continue reading »

How are PVC Figures Manufactured? 1/8th Scale Senjougahara Hitagi – Part 3

This was the business trip of Mikatan went to visit the PVC figure factory in China. I took this off the official Good Smile Company blog, Mikatan’s blog. All credit goes to Mikatan. Continue reading »

How are PVC Figures Manufactured? Mikatan’s Factory Field Trip! – Part 3

This was the business trip of Mikatan went to visit the PVC figure factory in China. I took this off the official Good Smile Company blog, Mikatan’s blog. All credit goes to Mikatan. Since the official GSC blog is being updated very frequently and it is really hard to find and keep track on the old news. So I decided to copy the whole “Mikatan’s Factory Field Trip” here as a record. Continue reading »

How are PVC Figures Manufactured? Mikatan’s Factory Field Trip! – Part 2

This was the business trip of Mikatan went to visit the PVC figure factory in China. I took this off the official Good Smile Company blog, Mikatan’s blog. All credit goes to Mikatan. Since the official GSC blog is being updated very frequently and it is really hard to find and keep track on the old news. So I decided to copy the whole “Mikatan’s Factory Field Trip” here as a record. Continue reading »

How are PVC Figures Manufactured? Mikatan’s Factory Field Trip! – Part 1

This was the business trip of Mikatan went to visit the PVC figure factory in China. I took this off the official Good Smile Company blog, Mikatan’s blog. All credit goes to Mikatan. Since the official GSC blog is being updated very frequently and it is really hard to find and keep track on the old news. So I decided to copy the whole “Mikatan’s Factory Field Trip” here as a record. Continue reading »

How to: Apply Decal for Hirasawa Yui Uniform Ver. figma 057 action figure by Max Factory

I took this from the official Max Factory figma blog. You know the figma 057 Hirasawa Yui ( 平沢 唯 ) Uniform Ver. ( 制服ver. ) comes with an empty face and a set of facial expression decal right? This shows you how to apply decal on the empty face. Continue reading »

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