Post by 00silvergt on Feb 23, 2009 14:09:59 GMT -5
Yeah, I was trying to do more of a backwards diving pose, which probably look much better as a frontal view, I may tilt it about 45 degrees in post and see how it looks, otherwise, reshoot and do as you indicated.
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BTW i bit OT does anyone know a tutorial on how to dissasemble revoltech fraulein? would really appreciate if u can point in the right direction...thanks
I don't think the Fraulein figures are really meant to be disassembled in the way that the Yamaguchi series can be. That said:
The head is on a revolver joint and can be removed by pulling straight up.
The upper body is connected to the torso with another revolver joint the same as the head, so you can separate those parts by pulling them away from eachother.
The arms are attached to a revolver joint inside the upper body, so the arm can be pulled off at the shoulder (but the joint isn't removable without separating the halves of the upper body, which are glued)
The hands, of course, pull off just like any Yamaguchi figure
The legs are also attached by revolver joints at the hip, so they can be removed by pulling down (but be careful that the top of the leg isn't inside the hip piece)
The feet, just like the hands, easily pull off
As far as I know, there's no way to disassemble the knees, thigh swivels, waist or elbows.
Also, final note: each Fraulein figure has subtle differences, so bear that in mind. The newer releases have swappable faces, for those you have to pull off the "bangs" of the hair and then pull out the face piece, just like Figma.