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Post by Nightcrawler on Fri Mar 28, 2008 6:28 pm

I've edited this thread fairly substantially... but these are old photoshop jobs I did with some ML:





and some old ones of my shelves and favourites until I get around to taking new shots...







MR ANH Luke saber



MR AOTC Obi-Wan saber



The wife and I resolving a domestic argument with my MR FX lightsabers... no photoshop here...



I find the Interactive R2D2 to be especially helpful...



My ML Avengers collection...



And X-Men... I have more ML figures these days and should update these shots...



The Playmates TOS Bridge set. Also have a HEAP more playmates stuff, but nothing like Artistix collection. Embarassed



I love my Tom Baker Doctor and Flight Control TARDIS!! So good. Just have to add K9 and a Dalek or two...



Got this whole STWOK set off ebay for $50!





I've found the TNG figures from DST to be very hit and miss, I don't even much like their Patrick Stewart sculpt, so I've only grabbed the ones I really like, and I don't think I've paid more than $10 for any of them individually. Good value at that price.



However the DST prop replica toys are AWESOME, even at full retail price!!



Also have a whole bunch of Star Trek and Star Wars model kits in various stages of construction / repair...

more pix coming soon... Twisted Evil


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Re: Nightcrawler's shelves

Post by Nightcrawler on Fri Mar 28, 2008 6:30 pm

Some random DC stuff I've added recently...





And my custom Banshee:



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Re: Nightcrawler's shelves

Post by UncleCletusKasady on Sat Mar 29, 2008 2:07 am

Photoshop pics look good, i like the phasing vision variant Wink
Nice 12" SW stuff very jealous of all the troopers.
I dont personaly collect the MR and fx stuff (althought i do have Vaders FX saber) but your pics make me realise how good they could look in with a collection.
Which episode of ST did the cast get captured and encapsulated in clear plastic?

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Post by BoloMusashi on Mon Apr 07, 2008 8:09 am

Nice collection and a nice bit of photoshopping - is it easy to do?

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Batmobiles in the Batcave at last

Post by Nightcrawler on Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:43 am





Just got myself one of the Hot Wheels 1:18 1966 Batmobile's - Elite edition. I've been customising it a bit so it's more screen accurate. I also got the 1:50 and 1:64 scale ones, and added extra detail to them as well.



Despite the inaccuracies, it's a fantastic rendition of the car I've wanted for 35 years...



DCIH Batman is just a tad too big, but ALMOST in scale with the 1:18. If only there were an Adam West DCIH figure...



The 1:50 Batcycle is cool too. There's a 1:12 version just been released, which I may pick up if not to pricey...

(RightHandDrive is my handle on the '66 Batmobile message board)


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Post by Nightcrawler on Sat Aug 22, 2009 12:10 pm

BoloMusashi wrote:Nice collection and a nice bit of photoshopping - is it easy to do?

It's fairly straight forward. Just photograph your figures individually against a white background, then in photoshop you just select the white background, choose 'inverse selection' and you can cut and paste the image into whatever you want...

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