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Jenthehen Otaku at Law
FigureditoutVor 1 Jahr#60213358Oh, that's a great idea of you then!
Hmm real shame about the artifacts, I'm a bit pedantic when it comes to color mistakes. I only got Ochi so far from FOTS but she probably was not 3d printed since she came in normal blister packaging and does not have any spots on her. She actually was pretty perfect except for the lazy no pantie barbie mode - would have preferred if they put undies on her.


Oh yeah! Ochi Lipka and Maid Tohru were PVC and the upcoming standing Capriccio Girl is going to be PVC. I’m kind of hoping that the other regular clothes Dragon Maid figures will be changed to PVC, too!
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JenthehenVor 1 Jahr#60203572The left comes with a clear base, but everyone was having it come loose and her foot break at the ankle, so I got nervous and got a doll stand for her since mine already seemed to be leaning/warping a bit. I wanted to keep her safe!
The 3D print material always seems to show imperfections and 3D print artifacts on darker colored materials - I’m not sure why!


Oh, that's a great idea of you then!

Hmm real shame about the artifacts, I'm a bit pedantic when it comes to color mistakes. I only got Ochi so far from FOTS but she probably was not 3d printed since she came in normal blister packaging and does not have any spots on her. She actually was pretty perfect except for the lazy no pantie barbie mode - would have preferred if they put undies on her.
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Jenthehen Otaku at Law
FigureditoutVor 1 Jahr#60151811Awww so cute! How does Fots make every character look so adorable that you just want to hug them? Anyway, love the right figure it's perfect. Left one I find the holding thing of the base to be really out of place looking and the hair are sort of stained (is that left over glue?) but she is pretty too. Thanks for all your replies to other people about the PMMA vs PVC-L topic, I had already decided to only go for L and this confirms it.

The left comes with a clear base, but everyone was having it come loose and her foot break at the ankle, so I got nervous and got a doll stand for her since mine already seemed to be leaning/warping a bit. I wanted to keep her safe!

The 3D print material always seems to show imperfections and 3D print artifacts on darker colored materials - I’m not sure why!
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Awww so cute! How does Fots make every character look so adorable that you just want to hug them? Anyway, love the right figure it's perfect. Left one I find the holding thing of the base to be really out of place looking and the hair are sort of stained (is that left over glue?) but she is pretty too. Thanks for all your replies to other people about the PMMA vs PVC-L topic, I had already decided to only go for L and this confirms it.
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Jenthehen Otaku at Law
dymitrVor 1 Jahr#59741899Now that is hopegiving =3.
Am I wright to assume that if came in a traditional plastic-inlay containing cardbox box (like all PVC figures have), if so I won't have to be conflicted anymore and can finally take a plunge on FOTS.


No - all their 3D print PMMA/PVC-L figures come in a large cardboard box with styrofoam, a black cloth, and lots of bubble wrap. I wouldn’t necessarily want a blisterpack / plastic clamshell after this ayase ITEM #672158 (which is clearly PMMA handled by Fots - I don’t know why it says resin) broke so easily in one. The bubble wrap is more protective for these.

Fots’s standard PVC figures do come in regular boxes with blister packs - I’m pretty sure Pulchra ends up handling those releases.
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JenthehenVor 1 Jahr#59738939The look is very similar, but I think they’ve lost a tiny bit of crispness. The feel is close but maybe a little more PVC feeling. Smoother I think. The material is definitely heavier (doesn’t seem to be hollow quite like the original PMMA). It’s definitely noticeably less fragile. The older PMMA just had no give AT ALL and felt so fragile and delicate. This feels a lot more forgiving. I actually knocked Insight’s Kagoya over (onto carpet but still) and her head came off and rolled away and nothing snapped or broke off.

Now that is hopegiving =3.
Am I wright to assume that if came in a traditional plastic-inlay containing cardbox box (like all PVC figures have), if so I won't have to be conflicted anymore and can finally take a plunge on FOTS.
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Too cute !! :D
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Jenthehen Otaku at Law
dymitrVor 1 Jahr#59738913How fragile is there PVC-L material. Does it compare more to PMMA or PVC and now noticable is the difference?!

The look is very similar, but I think they’ve lost a tiny bit of crispness. The feel is close but maybe a little more PVC feeling. Smoother I think. The material is definitely heavier (doesn’t seem to be hollow quite like the original PMMA). It’s definitely noticeably less fragile. The older PMMA just had no give AT ALL and felt so fragile and delicate. This feels a lot more forgiving. I actually knocked Insight’s Kagoya over (onto carpet but still) and her head came off and rolled away and nothing snapped or broke off.
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How fragile is there PVC-L material. Does it compare more to PMMA or PVC and now noticable is the difference?!
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Jenthehen Otaku at Law
damedanboVor 1 Jahr#59734752Aaaah you got her! And she's so pretty!

She's so cute!
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