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Original Character - Akazukin - Fairy Tale Figure - 1/7 - Wolf and Picnic Ver. (Lechery)Original Character - Akazukin - Fairy Tale Figure - 1/7 - Wolf and Picnic Ver. (Lechery)¥ Kaufen¥ Kaufen

Original Character - Akazukin - Fairy Tale Figure - 1/7 - Wolf and Picnic Ver. (Lechery)
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1/7  H=120mm (4.68in, 1:1=0.84m)
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11/11/2013 As Standard
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TeTeVor 6 Jahren#1887337for candy resin, would it arrive with broken parts? i heard it is very brittle, is it not?
much love for people who can help me by answering my concerns.

Amiami themselves mention that candy resin is brittle and might suffer damage during shipping. I don't know exactly how brittle candy resin is, but I can't recall anyone ever reporting getting a broken candy resin figure. Polystone is much more sensitive in that regard.

Lechery's figures are padded in styrofoam, which holds them securely in place inside the box. To get a figure broken inside such a box, tremendous force would be required.

Of course I can not guarantee that you would get her intact, but I have four or five candy resin figures which all arrived undamaged.
Vor 6 Jahren
for candy resin, would it arrive with broken parts? i heard it is very brittle, is it not?
much love for people who can help me by answering my concerns.
Vor 6 Jahren
Thanks for sharing that info. The way mine came off very easily was to pull it up as far as possible and then gently and slowly (paying attention to the braids not being blocked the breasts or shoulders!) rotate the head 180 degrees. Then it comes off very easily without any force.

I think you are right about the allowance for the apron. On the other hand, since the head can move up and down anyway, they should perhaps have made it possible to lower it a bit more (but with the risk of paint transfer). I have not done anything on mine yet but if you wanted to lower it more, one way would be to make the hole in the head about 2 to 3 mm deeper by slowly hand drilling it. Then you would need to file away some of the material on the neck around the peg (this would never be visible as the neck goes deep in to the head) so the neck can go deeper into the head. That would allow you to display her with the braids almost touching the skin, like in the Moeyo review. For now, I've a ton of other things to do with the year-end around the corner and more than 90 figures not even taken out of their boxes.

TomTheCatVor 6 Jahren#1874847Having been forewarned, I was careful with the head. I pulled it up to see how far it would go and all of a sudden it came off. No tilting required, although I admit that it did indeed require more force than I'd be comfortable with to use on a daily basis. When I figure out if I want to display her with or without the hood, it will either stay on or off until she goes back into her box.
Her braids don't touch her skin on mine either. (Better that way to steer clear of paint transfer.) But I guess that's mainly because there has to be some give for the apron.
Vor 6 Jahren