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Anyone interested in colletctible figures

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by djtidebuck, Mar 29, 2005.

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  1. djtidebuck

    djtidebuck Hang on Sloopy

  2. Trslfan

    Trslfan Newbie

    Yes Mike the guy who does those does great work. He has done a 6 inch Ginn for me and is working on 2 12 inch Ginns for me and a friend of mine. His work is awesome!!
     
  3. jwinslow

    jwinslow A MAN OF BETRAYED JUSTICE Staff Member Tourney Pick'em Champ

    Those look really sweet... how much were the 6" ones compared to how much for the 12"?
     
  4. CoosMeister

    CoosMeister Buckeye Fanatic

    I like the Ginn ones
     
  5. Trslfan

    Trslfan Newbie

    The 6' Ginn cost me 60$ with the figure. The 12' Ginn cost me 60$ and I bought the figure and gave it to Mike the owner of the site. The 12' figure sells for 20$ and the 6' figure runs 10$
     
  6. DEBuckeye

    DEBuckeye It ain't easy, bein' cheesy.

    Wow! Those are sweet. What are they made of- how is it done? Anybody know?
     
  7. jcfiesta

    jcfiesta Rookie

    These beautiful figures are actually wittled from an old shithouse door of a tuna boat and then hand painted to resemble your favorite action figure.
     
  8. coltsfan16

    coltsfan16 Freshman

    thanks for all the interest in my site.... everything i do is done using the mcfarlane sportpicks as "bases". from there i'll repaint, remold or rebuild the figure to match the actual player.
     
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