All things HOTTOYS

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  1. Lars Keymaster Staff Member

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    A place to discuss all things Hottoys for those interested. Enjoy! :)
     
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  2. Mirak Verbal Diarrhoea

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    Here's a Hot toys sculptor sculpting the alien from Alien:
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    Nice find Karim, looks like another worthy addition to the line. But somebody give the poor Xenomorph a break already! His likeness is being band wagoned to death.
     
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    Cheers Karim, these are really beautiful photos, they emphasises the hard work and care that HT put into their pieces.
    There is so much fine detail, I wonder how long it took that guy to put it together :hmm:
     
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  5. rrjrstatueman Custom Daredevil

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    OH MY GOD, I LOVE IT, MAN I LOVE SEEING THIS STUFF that is amazing work, thanks karim very cool pics, man i have to admit i would prefer to own the clay sculpt then the actually toy :p i love the way the clay looks sculpted, awsome :top:
     
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    Outstanding!
     
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  7. Enzucho Opionated

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    WOW,, :shock: Really nice find there,,, I like the clay sculpt too butter than the plastic final piece... the details just never tranfer as well on the molds than they should.... Very talented people over there at HT... I have seen some pics of the sculpter of the hot toys Joker do a special one of a kind paint job on one and it was breathtaking, so life like its scary...
     
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  8. Stephen Charter Lounger

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    I got a look at the HT Robocop stuff at Kev's last weekend and it's pretty nice. The ED-209 sculpt is wonderful.
    It's probably the only way to make characters like this that would be a major headache to produce in 1:3 or 1:4.
     
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  9. rrjrstatueman Custom Daredevil

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    i would imagine it would be easier to do in 1/3 scale since the pieces would be larger to deal with instead of tiny detial no? :shrug:
     
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  10. Enzucho Opionated

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    great thread Lars, thanks
    Yeah 1/3 or 1/4 scale seems like it would be much easier to sculpt,, You would have to wear those goggles :p that Raf wears in oder to sculpt the detail on these hot toys pieces, cause the detail is intense to say the least... still waiting for the new joker to hit the states before I get one
     
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  11. Mirak Verbal Diarrhoea

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    He is a really dynamic character with some awesome poses, perfect for the HT team.
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  13. Enzucho Opionated

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    they will do blade great justice,, now CM needs to tackle this one
     
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  14. SolidLiquidFox Verbal Diarrhoea

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    He'll come with a tax evation accesory
     
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  15. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    SolidLiquidFox wrote 1 minute earlier  » 
    He'll come with a tax evation accesory

    lol
    Is the guy still in jail?
    Ahhh...if only cinemaquette would consider this one...a no brainer for me! :drool:
    Thinking about the difficulty to implement this type of hair and the tattoos...nope,honestly,I can't see it happening.
    Can't understand why SS never made a PF of this character.They produced the crappy Dracula but apparently never considered the hero... :shrug:
     
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    phil the sixth wrote 2 hours earlier  » 
    Is the guy still in jail?

    He never went Phil. Right now he is free while his defence lawyers appeal his three year conviction.
    SolidLiquidFox wrote 1 minute earlier »
    Can't understand why SS never made a PF of this character.They produced the crappy


    Yes it's pretty obvious that the film franchise has more than enough collectors to support an SS line.
     
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  17. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    Ahhh...didn't know he's still walking the earth as a free citizen.
     
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  18. SolidLiquidFox Verbal Diarrhoea

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    They can't lock him up. Those vampires are not going to kill themselves. :headbash:
     
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  19. Stephen Charter Lounger

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    SolidLiquidFox wrote 1 hour earlier »
    They can't lock him up. Those vampires are not going to kill themselves. :headbash:

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    Yes there is that.
    So anyway, since this is a HT thread, can someone answer a question I have?
    Are these pieces really limited edition?
     
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  20. SolidLiquidFox Verbal Diarrhoea

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    The only ones that you can count on being limited are the ones offered through Sideshow (exclusives). They usually come with a particular extra item.
    The regular releases? anyone's guess.
     
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