How it's Made - molding and casting toy figures

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  1. alienscollection.com

    alienscollection.com Master Member

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  2. Philly

    Philly Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Thats pretty cool, anyone else think they were a little sloppy? ;)

    BUT, I want that dino figure, it could look sweet with a repaint.
     
  3. Psicorp7

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    Well, I had to watch the video with my son since this is what my counter looked like when I opened this thread! :lol

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  4. Philly

    Philly Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Where did you buy it?
     
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  7. NormanF

    NormanF Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I love that show. And it immediately made me think of a couple I bought at Toys R Us last week for Toys 4 Tots. They were not that expensive and looked really good.

    Edit: They must have been on sale or really went up in price.
     
  8. NormanF

    NormanF Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Weird. I finally watched the video from the first post. When I watch it on TV it is a man doing the narration.
     
  9. robstyle

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    whats interesting to see is the disillusioned dead behind the eyes guy at the end pulling the cast dinos from the mold. Notice the bending appendages due to the still pliable material. This is why some prop replicas came with bent barrels.
     

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