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Postby ilovewoody » Wed Dec 02, 2015 5:41 am

Thanks for your comments,
well i just took one photo while i was working on the mouth and here it is
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then i colored the lips and around of it very carefully with acrylic colors
i also edited the old eyebrows and eyes with acrylic and covered them by fixative lac
here is another photo of mt closed mouth woody doll!
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Postby JohnathanDoe » Thu Dec 03, 2015 12:23 am

Looks difficult but worth it...did you ever try changing out the holsters with the TSC one?
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Postby Emma-in-Candyland » Wed Dec 16, 2015 9:56 pm

ilovewoody wrote:Thanks for your comments,
well i just took one photo while i was working on the mouth and here it is
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then i colored the lips and around of it very carefully with acrylic colors
i also edited the old eyebrows and eyes with acrylic and covered them by fixative lac
here is another photo of mt closed mouth woody doll!
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Really nice :) I thought about using milliput for my Woody and see what I can come up with, the hardest bit is probably the paint job to be honest!
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Postby JJM » Sun Dec 27, 2015 11:52 pm

TheSpaceSheriff wrote:^ No, the Tokyo Disney Resort Prospector is the more vibrantly colored one with the less accurate box.
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That's the only reason I slightly prefer it over the full color everyone wants.


I have that one. Here's a pic.


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Postby TheSpaceSheriff » Fri Jan 01, 2016 11:29 pm

^ Whoa! I'm jealous haha! I prefer him over the full color solely due to his more vibrant color scheme. Did you snag him on eBay?

I have the Tokyo Disney Resort Woody and I noticed that he has a small loop in his back to mimic Woody's actual pull-string in the films. Does Prospector also have this? You can share more pictures if you would like.
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Postby Delicious-Hot-Schmoe » Sat Jan 16, 2016 5:12 am

ilovewoody wrote:I bought a Disney store Woody doll last month and the face and body wasn't that i was expected :? , he looked fat and the eyes were just creepy! i also didn't like the face expression and the eyebrows, so i decided to work on his face, i painted the eyes and eyebrows again and also worked on the hat and clothes, here is how he looks after the surgery!
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For a quick second, I thought that you got the Medicom Woody early. Great job though! It looks even more accurate than TSC Woody.
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Postby PixarDude » Mon Feb 01, 2016 3:30 am

Well ****. My TSC Buzz's knee joint snapped off the other day. Anyone know how I could fix this? I tried gluing it but it didn't work too well.
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Postby Carl's Ellie » Mon May 23, 2016 6:20 am

Hi All! :)

I know this thread hasn't been very active lately, but I just wanted to introduce myself! I have been lurking around these forums for a few months now and this is my absolute favourite thread :D

I'm based in Dubai with my husband due to work, but I'm originally from Australia :) I have been a toy collector for years now, but I only just started focusing on my Toy Story collection late last year when Medicom Woody came out. So my collection is split between here and Australia :D I also collect Disney Princess items, Sailor Moon, Cardcaptor Sakura and Harley Quinn. I'm an absolute sucker for replica items in particular.

I know it isn't much, but this is what I have so far Toy Story-wise:

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I also have Angel Kitty, Medicom Janie and TDR Mr and Mrs Potato Head on the way <3

I know Totoro isn't screen accurate, he's just one of the Totoro plushies that I own (I'm a real Totoro/Ghibli fan too!). I'm planning on getting a screen accurate Totoro next month as I am visiting a friend in Japan :)

I recently acquired a Superstar Barbie, so I'm going to get a Great Shape Barbie leotard and customise her to look like Barbie from TS3:

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So yeah that's me! It is very lovely to meet you all :)
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Postby TheSpaceSheriff » Thu Jun 23, 2016 7:31 pm

I haven't posted in ages but I just wanted to drop off pictures of my collection. I recently cleaned my shelves and wanted to take a picture of these guys.
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Postby magnumpi47 » Mon Jul 18, 2016 9:37 pm

how do u make toys like that thats so cool im trying to make a rocky im confused
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Postby ToysTory » Wed Aug 10, 2016 6:45 am

Magnumpi, it seems like the aluminum foil/polymer clay (i.e. Sculpey) is a pretty popular method. I've been building a Toy Story toy collection for months now, and have used Sculpey numerous times in an effort to make the toys more movie-accurate. However, anything I have made is relatively small compared to Rocky, so I imagine creating one entirely out of clay would be quite the task. I'm sure it can be done though. If you decide to go that route, let me know how it goes!

Also welcome to the boards. This is my first post as well. It's a shame these forums seem so dead now :(
I could really use some help/advice myself and there seemed to be a lot of knowledgeable people on here...
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Postby TheSpaceSheriff » Wed Aug 10, 2016 7:17 am

ToysTory wrote:Also welcome to the boards. This is my first post as well. It's a shame these forums seem so dead now :(
I could really use some help/advice myself and there seemed to be a lot of knowledgeable people on here...

Hey, howdy, hey, welcome aboard. Yeah, most of the activity has been gone for years but there a few stragglers that like to pop in once in a while.

In terms of my collection, I've recently bought a used Utility Belt Buzz and a 1989 See n' Say as seen in the first film. I haven't really bought that much figures since they either: are too expensive or don't exist in the scale I want them in.
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Postby ToysTory » Wed Aug 10, 2016 7:34 pm

TheSpaceSheriff wrote:
ToysTory wrote:Also welcome to the boards. This is my first post as well. It's a shame these forums seem so dead now :(
I could really use some help/advice myself and there seemed to be a lot of knowledgeable people on here...

Hey, howdy, hey, welcome aboard. Yeah, most of the activity has been gone for years but there a few stragglers that like to pop in once in a while.

In terms of my collection, I've recently bought a used Utility Belt Buzz and a 1989 See n' Say as seen in the first film. I haven't really bought that much figures since they either: are too expensive or don't exist in the scale I want them in.


I've actually been getting pretty lucky with prices on eBay. Persistence sure pays off, haha.

I'm hopefully optimistic that when Toy Story 4 comes out next year, this place will gain some of its livelihood back. I'd definitely love to chat with the legendary Wampar, for one. Basically everything I've done to improve my collection has been taken from his earlier posts. I plan to post pictures in the near future.
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Postby carlos » Thu Aug 11, 2016 12:00 pm

hi these are some replicas i made
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Postby ToysTory » Thu Aug 11, 2016 6:27 pm

Those look awesome! Are the soldiers completely custom-made, or did you edit the ones from Thinkway somehow?
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