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Old 01-03-2019, 04:27 AM   #451
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Er, since forever. You don’t ever want a light statue when a person can casually brush pass it and it falls over due to the lack of downward centrifugal force. Especially when you look at this and he seems to be top heavy. Even when you look at the documentary, he seems to be shaking quite abit.
Big tip. Don't put statues where people can brush past them.

He's a thin limbed character with a chest for a body....he's only gonna weigh what he weighs....they can't make it weigh more than it is lol were not talking a huge character clad in thick armour.

I'm sure F4f will do everything they can to make this structurally sound, infact I know for a fact they'll be running a metal skeleton through the entire thing. A bit of flex here and there is a good thing it's usually when things are super rigid that they break...
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Old 02-11-2019, 05:02 AM   #452
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PRAISE THE SUN!

Arrived this morning! Pics & Video coming up!
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Old 02-11-2019, 07:33 AM   #453
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Er, since forever. You donít ever want a light statue when a person can casually brush pass it and it falls over due to the lack of downward centrifugal force. Especially when you look at this and he seems to be top heavy. Even when you look at the documentary, he seems to be shaking quite abit.

Il agree with you on paint app. Close up pictures of the details are top notch.
Of course he's going to be more top heavy but as I've hold him back then, he's well constructed to balance it out. Not to mention the metal pegs he's secured with in the bottom. And I would never put statues in a place where people can accidentally brush past them...
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Old 02-12-2019, 05:12 PM   #454
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So Solaire is just awesome! First 4 Figures production is just so good, paints are all so clean, well detailed, the mixed media fur is done super well, light up is great and the swap outs all work perfectly!

Another triumph for F4F and a great addition to the line.

Video review is here if you want to hear me waffle on for 25 mins but i do film Arty, Solaire and Sif together at the end if you want to skip around!

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