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Samurai Action figures (1/6th scale)

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  • Thaddeus <thaddeusgmoore@cox.net>
    I found this randomly online and thought it would be of interist to the group. 1/6th Scale (thats barbie doll size roughly) I emailed them and the said they
    Message 1 of 7 , Mar 3, 2003
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      I found this randomly online and thought it would be of interist to
      the group. 1/6th Scale (thats barbie doll size roughly) I emailed
      them and the said they hope to be offering armored doll soon.

      http://samurai-collectibles.com/action%20figure.htm

      (not thier frames are not spaced properly it can be hard to read
      without highlighting the text)


      My loyality is my honor.

      Thaddeus G. Moore
    • Richard Brooks
      Oh damn, I want one of these! I was seriously thinking of going to my local comic/collectables shop and seeing if they could get one of these in for me, until
      Message 2 of 7 , Mar 4, 2003
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        Oh damn, I want one of these! I was seriously thinking of going to my
        local comic/collectables shop and seeing if they could get one of these
        in for me, until I saw the price -$90 american? Yikes. I could easily
        make the clothes myself- the hard part is finding an appropriate doll to
        wear them, and finding weapons.
      • ELAINE KOOGLER
        Yup. That s why they re getting the big bucks for it. I d love to see one in person , as it were...to check out the quality of the construction, etc., but
        Message 3 of 7 , Mar 4, 2003
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          Yup. That's why they're getting the "big bucks" for it. I'd love to
          see one "in person", as it were...to check out the quality of the
          construction, etc., but I guess that's probably impossible. I'm
          thinking of getting one for Phillip for his birthday (coming up very
          soon!)

          Kiri



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          From: Richard Brooks <rjb@...>
          Date: Tuesday, March 4, 2003 1:18 pm
          Subject: Re: [SCA-JML] Samurai Action figures (1/6th scale)

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        • Anthony J. Bryant
          ... I feel your pain. I ve got plans on doing 1/6 clothing for garb classes so I can pass them around for people to see, and then fit on a doll so people can
          Message 4 of 7 , Mar 5, 2003
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            Richard Brooks wrote:

            > Oh damn, I want one of these! I was seriously thinking of going to my
            > local comic/collectables shop and seeing if they could get one of these
            > in for me, until I saw the price -$90 american? Yikes. I could easily
            > make the clothes myself- the hard part is finding an appropriate doll to
            > wear them, and finding weapons.
            >

            I feel your pain. I've got plans on doing 1/6 clothing for garb classes so I
            can pass them around for people to see, and then fit on a doll so people can
            get a look at the way they go together, are put on, and how they fit... but
            the GI Joe I've got here is really poorly proportioned (62" chest, 22"
            waist...) and wouldn't look right.

            Sigh.

            The first time I saw those dolls, the droolvalves went into overdrive.
            They're made properly, too, in that they can assume positions that GI Joes
            could only dream of...

            Effingham
          • makiwara_no_yetsuko
            ... classes so I ... people can ... fit... but ... 22 ... Hiraizumi-dono, Hie thee hence to a good artist s supply store and get a mannikin! They re more
            Message 5 of 7 , Mar 5, 2003
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              --- In sca-jml@yahoogroups.com, "Anthony J. Bryant" <ajbryant@i...>
              wrote:
              > I feel your pain. I've got plans on doing 1/6 clothing for garb
              classes so I
              > can pass them around for people to see, and then fit on a doll so
              people can
              > get a look at the way they go together, are put on, and how they
              fit... but
              > the GI Joe I've got here is really poorly proportioned (62" chest,
              22"
              > waist...) and wouldn't look right.

              Hiraizumi-dono,

              Hie thee hence to a good artist's supply store and get a mannikin!
              They're more poseable than GI Joe and the proportions are more like
              real human beings.

              I just found these on-line and they're quite nice.
              http://www.dickblick.com/zz216/00/products.asp?param=0&ig_id=5582

              Makiwara
            • Tylar A. Umeno
              Ikea has wooden artist figures for $5.95, or so the catalogue says. Akiyo Hiraizumi-dono, Hie thee hence to a good artist s supply store and get a mannikin!
              Message 6 of 7 , Mar 5, 2003
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                Ikea has wooden artist figures for $5.95, or so the catalogue says.

                Akiyo


                Hiraizumi-dono,

                Hie thee hence to a good artist's supply store and get a mannikin!
                They're more poseable than GI Joe and the proportions are more like
                real human beings.

                I just found these on-line and they're quite nice.
                http://www.dickblick.com/zz216/00/products.asp?param=0&ig_id=5582

                Makiwara



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              • Anthony J. Bryant
                ... BINGO!!! Katajikenai!! Effingham
                Message 7 of 7 , Mar 11, 2003
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                  makiwara_no_yetsuko wrote:

                  > --- In sca-jml@yahoogroups.com, "Anthony J. Bryant" <ajbryant@i...>
                  > wrote:
                  > > I feel your pain. I've got plans on doing 1/6 clothing for garb
                  > classes so I
                  > > can pass them around for people to see, and then fit on a doll so
                  > people can
                  > > get a look at the way they go together, are put on, and how they
                  > fit... but
                  > > the GI Joe I've got here is really poorly proportioned (62" chest,
                  > 22"
                  > > waist...) and wouldn't look right.
                  >
                  > Hiraizumi-dono,
                  >
                  > Hie thee hence to a good artist's supply store and get a mannikin!
                  > They're more poseable than GI Joe and the proportions are more like
                  > real human beings.
                  >
                  > I just found these on-line and they're quite nice.
                  > http://www.dickblick.com/zz216/00/products.asp?param=0&ig_id=5582
                  >

                  BINGO!!!

                  Katajikenai!!


                  Effingham
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