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NEW PRODUCT: Ironfield: 1/6 Metal Electronic Control Scene - Forging Factory

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Stryker2011

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New company, no complete details yet.

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Very promising. I can only hope that it will fulfill this promise -- though I worry about the cost.


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Looks great, so far, could be used for anything really. But yeah, I also fear this won't be cheap.

I'm assuming that 1/6 scale applies to the scene-piece as a whole and Arnie will be, say, 1/12... surely Arnie isn't 1/6 scale there Shocked

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The hook/pulley reminds me of ReverendSpooky's garage! Though I think I prefer both his own custom diorama as well as the elevator dio he's been waiting for. This one is very neat, but perhaps a bit too specific to that particular scenario?


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GeeWillikers wrote:Looks great, so far, could be used for anything really. But yeah, I also fear this won't be cheap.
I'm assuming that 1/6 scale applies to the scene-piece as a whole and Arnie will be, say, 1/12... surely Arnie isn't 1/6 scale there Shocked

That looks like the HT DX13 Arnie there along with the liquid metal T1000. What makes you say 1/12?


skywalkersaga wrote:The hook/pulley reminds me of ReverendSpooky's garage! Though I think I prefer both his own custom diorama as well as the elevator dio he's been waiting for. This one is very neat, but perhaps a bit too specific to that particular scenario?

Yes specific to T2, but just remove the chain block hoist and cover the molten floor with gray plasticard, then its just a generic warehouse.
Aside from T2, i'd like to use that for 1989 Batman's AXIS Chemicals scenes, change the molten yellow floor into a vat of glowing green liquid.
Also great for....
-HT Ripley, Colonial Marines & the aliens
-TDKR Bats versus Bane sewer slugfest, change the floor into "running water"
-Punisher Warzone warehouse scene for VTS The Revenger 2.0
-ThreeZero Walking Dead figures
-TMNT and the list goes on!

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rollotomasi wrote:
GeeWillikers wrote:Looks great, so far, could be used for anything really. But yeah, I also fear this won't be cheap.
I'm assuming that 1/6 scale applies to the scene-piece as a whole and Arnie will be, say, 1/12... surely Arnie isn't 1/6 scale there Shocked

That looks like the HT DX13 Arnie there along with the liquid metal T1000. What makes you say 1/12?


skywalkersaga wrote:The hook/pulley reminds me of ReverendSpooky's garage! Though I think I prefer both his own custom diorama as well as the elevator dio he's been waiting for. This one is very neat, but perhaps a bit too specific to that particular scenario?

Yes specific to T2, but just remove the chain block hoist and cover the molten floor with gray plasticard, then its just a generic warehouse.
Aside from T2, i'd like to use that for 1989 Batman's AXIS Chemicals scenes, change the molten yellow floor into a vat of glowing green liquid.
Also great for....
-HT Ripley, Colonial Marines & the aliens
-TDKR Bats versus Bane sewer slugfest, change the floor into "running water"
-Punisher Warzone warehouse scene for VTS The Revenger 2.0
-ThreeZero Walking Dead figures
-TMNT and the list goes on!

All good options.


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If the environment is 1/6, it should work with 1/6 figures. Of course this would have been more manageable and cost effective in 1/12 scale, but it should be all 1/6. Unless I'm missing something. A new company might have an advantage when it comes to price, or maybe not.


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