I don't like to count, so I don't have a clue how many I have. I'm still waiting on the glass for my new armoire/cabinet so I can't set everything back up yet. And since I reorganized everything, I don't even display around 1/4 of my figures, which is pretty awkward!
I'm so jealous of the HQ DX Frieza Form 3! I have a custom I started, and obviously never finished, that I was making just because I couldn't afford to buy that figure.
Since I don't own it, I can't give direct advice, but I just used my x-acto knife and cut the pegs off HQ DX Dodoria, and last year I went ahead and surrounded the backside of his boots with hot glue so he's stop being a wrecking ball and knocking over everybody in front of him. If you do that, smear a thin layer of Vaseline on the surface of what Frieza is standing on while you're working on him (I suggest clear plastic packaging from pretty much anything you buy), and then put the hot glue down. The Vaseline will prevent the Hot Glue from sticking to the surface.
If you want to or need to get fancy, you could make your own base out of thin wood, acrylic, or plastic and drill holes in the same locations as the original holes. Or... you could just see if the guy who makes customs bases on ebay can make you one himself. www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=dbz+acrylic+base&_sacat=0 If you know someone with a laser cutter, they could make you the same thing. You would just need to use a pencil on paper, rub it over the original base to show where the holes are, the size, and the distance apart, and then draw the size base you think you need. Use a scanner, scan it in at 300 DPI, and send it to your friend with the laser cutter.
If I was in your shoes, I would find a piece of scrap wood, hopefully that melamine stuff that has the white coating on it, and just drill holes. It's what I did for my Ichiban Kuji Shenron since I hated the original base. You could probably even use a peanut butter jar lid and if you like it, spray paint it white. The only problem with that is the holes better be tight and perfectly measured or since the lid isn't solid plastic, your Frieza could fall out of the holes and fall.
Post by doomprevails88 on Jan 8, 2018 14:11:37 GMT -6
Thanks for the advice. Ill probably cut the pegs and use hot glue around the feet. I was thinking maybe i could leave the pegs and put something like gashapon stands around them so he would still stand well evenly supported on them but he would still be in his original condition. Does anyone here display their figures like this?
Yeah, you could make your own lumpy translucent white cloud of hot glue using about 8 glue sticks as a base for him if you wanted to, and as long as you apply Vaseline to the pegs and the bottom of his feet, it'll be removable. I don't know how top heavy this figure is since I don't own it. It'll be a shame if you waste a lot of glue sticks and he still falls forward.
Post by doomprevails88 on Feb 16, 2018 20:39:30 GMT -6
It was made by a member here sychokidsculpt. I actually bought it from another member GP. There was supposed to be 25 produced but i believe the mold broke after 16 or so. Saiyan has the first piece i believe...sparksyss4 has or had one too.
Post by doomprevails88 on Feb 24, 2018 8:58:00 GMT -6
Since you were looking into keshi LarryKoopa, here are the ones i have been able to find that go well with Irwin toys. I have some more coming, and an owl out being painted. The ox king is too small but i just really like the painted keshi