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NEW PRODUCT: TBLeague: 1/6 Female Super-Flexible Seamless Body S34 & S35 (with head sculpt) & 34A & 34A (without head sculpt)

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Stryker2011

Stryker2011
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Item No.: PHMB2019-S34 / S35
PHMB2019-S34A / S35A

Packing list
S34/ S35(a head sculpt included)
1、1 × head sculpt
2、1 × TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
3、3 pairs × interchangeable hands
4、1 × bikini(for free)
5、1 × base & holder
6、4 color packaging

S34A/ S35A((pale, no head sculpt included/ suntan, no head sculpt included)
1、1 × TBLeague female seamless body with metal skeleton
2、3 pairs × interchangeable hands
3、1 × bikini (for free)
4、1 × base & holder
5、4 color packaging

Narrow shoulders, long legs, waist, displaying perfect girl body

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skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
.... do they not have interchangeable feet??! O.o


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Stryker2011

Stryker2011
Founding Father
It doesn't look like it. I'm wondering if they are truly posable, as the images suggest; I know folks have complained about the ugly ankles, but now they don't seem to have ankles at all (at least no ankle bones) -- which makes them look a bit off.

I do like that they are offering head sculpts again with their bodies (though neither of these really appeal to me), and the bikinis look nice -- certainly better than the ones that used to come with their bodies.


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skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
Yeah, they seem quite stylised/anime-ish ... not just the heads, but the bodies themselves. If they had switchable feet I’d maybe consider, but as it is .... idk. :/


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AerynDiana

AerynDiana
YAY for seamless feet
YAY for optional head sculpts
YAY for a variety of nice bikinis
YAY for slimmer arms and thin wrists

BOO for yet another numbering system. WHY??? Do you WANT to confuse your customers??

Question perfect girl body? So... how tall is she then? Looks much like the S32/33 to me. Maybe these are just a little shorter? Does that mean the pegs for head and hands are smaller again as with S24A-S27B?
Question how posable/stable are the feet? She comes with a stand so... probably not capable of standing by herself, which would be a pass for me. Unless maybe those hollow Kumik boots can fix that.

skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
There are indeed aspects of this which seem like improvements, which is why I'm finding it a tad frustrating, cause there are also aspects I'm not as keen on. I would like to know the exact height, as well. 

And re: the ankles -- if I did modern stuff, I guess I'd have need for the seamless ankles, but as it is... I just invested loads in boots for ankle pegs, and need bodies that are compatible with those. ;p

Maybe as you say, the empty foot boots could work -- I hope so. Guess I'll have to wait and see on this one.

ETA: I also wish they would stop with this fake-'medium bust' nonsense. Those aren't medium, by any stretch...on that petite upper frame they are LARGE.  Rolling Eyes


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GubernatorFan

GubernatorFan
Founding Father
Yep, I'm divided on these, too. They looked great, and I was impressed by the return to clothing (however skimpy) and the stand (though not by anime heads I have no use for -- to each his/her own). Then I realized why they needed the stand and there were no interchangeable feet. And while in principle a nice uninterrupted ankle line is a great thing, the lack of structure and especially the severe limitation of poseability -- indeed standability -- is regrettable. I wish they specified the figure's height or provided some photos for comparison with other TBL bodies. I also wish thy would be more consistent about the numbering system. Anyway, looks like I will probably pass on these too...


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skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
Still not sure what the height is on these. For whatever reason — and it’s not just the ankles — I’m just not blown away atm. Here’s to hoping that tbleague will (eventually) put out a short/petite body with an *actual* small or medium bust — even something like the s17b, but with shorter height would be great. I’d buy loads of those. Razz

GeeWillikers

GeeWillikers
Bah! I WANT SOME ETHNIC BODIES, TBL!

I too am underwhelmed by these - I agree it's nice that they're including heads again, but I also agree that neither head really appeals to me. Far too anime/lolly for my taste. Trouble is, if no-one buys the ones with the heads, TBL might reconsider offering them in future (I really wish they'd release the same head they used in the promos for the 28/29 - which looked like a re-wigged version of the Steampunk Red Sonja - that one looked nice with the short dark hair).

Apart from the seamless feet, I see very little difference between these bodies and the 32/33 model, and I'd need to know that these can stand unsupported before I'd commit to buy one. Hopefully the inner skeleton of the foot is flat rather than the jointed spike of old, and has some side-to-side movement, rather than a return to the old model of Phicen foot (if Jiaou can manage to manufacture a fully-articulated seamless ankle I don't see why TBL can't). Otherwise, this just seems like an odd backward erm, step.

On the plus side, at the rate TBL are releasing these body-types now, there'll be another new one along in a few months...

I'll probably get at least one of these eventually because that's just apparently what I do, now  Very Happy  but I won't be first in the queue to order one.


EDIT: Ah, I see another difference now - the arms appear to be longer and slimmer than the 32/33, which is good.

gooboo


Not really diggin' this model.

I hope Phicen comes out with a realistic and athletic model at some point in the future, more like a track and field athlete than comic style s22/s23 model they have.

BAD WOLF-787

BAD WOLF-787
Well I'm liking the looks of the S35 figure for a replacement body (Barbie made to move body) for Shi's daughter,
providing how tall she is and if I can foot were for her. Coming with a base & holder is a big plus, most of my
Shi figures use the base & holder although most of them don't need it except for Shi in kimono.


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skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
Gooboo — agree with you on that. I don’t mind an athletic figure as it’s necessary for some characters , but the exaggerated thigh shape and tiny hips of the s22/23 do indeed make it too comic book-ish to be as versatile as I’d like.

GeeW — yes, it does seem like the turn around for their bodies is fairly quick these days. I’m trying to be optimistic as they *did* do something in the right direction last year with the buxom body, but I also get frustrated because there’s sooo many potential nice body shapes (not to mention skin tones, as you said!) they could be making, and yet, with some exceptions, it seems like they often just go with a slight variation on the same old thing.

That being said, I also get the fact that they seem to be trying to have a wider appeal (in terms of the various types of collectors they are aiming at, what with the whole 1/12 line, and other things) and fully admit that I’m overly not keen on the ‘barely clothed young anime girls’ look, so that could be partly why I’m having a slightly negative reaction. ;p I didn’t really like the small s24-27 bodies when they were first announce for similar reasons, but ended up warming to them via other people’s reviews and my own kitbash experiments. So, I’ll be curious to see how this one looks with a more realistic sculpt, as it will no doubt affect my overall opinion. : )


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bunnyfreakz

bunnyfreakz
Undetachable feet is the worst. Unable to standing by itself, less flexible with clothing set and toes broke easily.

GubernatorFan

GubernatorFan
Founding Father
GeeWillikers, the Jiaou seamless feet make a horrid bend at the ankle when you extend the foot downwards; also, at least the last time I checked, they weren't able to keep the figure standing on its own securely either.


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AerynDiana

AerynDiana
This seems to be an improved mix of the S24-27 and S32/33 and I understand the move.
The heads don't actually look all too anime-like to me. They are simply young Asian girls and quite pretty. Considering how many adult western head sculpts they've released I also understand that move.

Hopefully they'll feel like they've perfected that body type now and will depart from the anime market and return to the realism and/or super hero genre for the next release.

Slim AND curvy or athletic realism (without those aforementioned super thighs) get my vote.

And additional skin tones. Naturally.

GeeWillikers

GeeWillikers
GubernatorFan wrote:GeeWillikers, the Jiaou seamless feet make a horrid bend at the ankle when you extend the foot downwards; also, at least the last time I checked, they weren't able to keep the figure standing on its own securely either.

Yeah that's certainly true, but even so they're still an improvement on the old TBL model. I'd rather TBL didn't make this backtrack to using seamless feet at all personally, but if they are going there I hope they do it better than Jiaou (who in turn improved on TBL's original method, if you see what I mean).

AerynDiana wrote:This seems to be an improved mix of the S24-27 and S32/33 and I understand the move.

Yeah, they're good on that level - I'd probably not bother with more of either model if these can stand on those feet.

AerynDiana wrote:The heads don't actually look all too anime-like to me. They are simply young Asian girls and quite pretty. Considering how many adult western head sculpts they've released I also understand that move. Hopefully they'll feel like they've perfected that body type now and will depart from the anime market and return to the realism and/or super hero genre for the next release.

Hm yes, these heads seem more 'lolly' (I may be spelling that wrongly) than 'anime' which I've always been a bit uncomfortable with myself, and it may be colouring my overall opinion unfavourably.


AerynDiana wrote:Slim AND curvy or athletic realism (without those aforementioned super thighs) get my vote.

And additional skin tones. Naturally.

African and Indo-Asian next please TBL!   Come ON!

(They can certainly do an 'African' skintone, as they've proven already with previous models and the M36. Just stick that old (unreleased?) Eartha Kitt sculpt on an athletic African female body, already!)

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And back to these new bodies - er... is it just me, or do those bikinis look all nasty and plasticky? If so, they'll indent the skin.

GeeWillikers

GeeWillikers
skywalkersaga wrote:GeeW — yes, it does seem like the turn around for their bodies is fairly quick these days. I’m trying to be optimistic as they *did* do something in the right direction last year with the buxom body, but I also get frustrated because there’s sooo many potential nice body shapes (not to mention skin tones, as you said!) they could be making, and yet, with some exceptions, it seems like they often just go with a slight variation on the same old thing.

Hopefully they might 'remix' the 28/29 a little soon (to correct some of the build issues, if nothing else) and offer it with the head from it's original promo shoot. Very Happy


The first run of 28/29 is such a frustrating experience - their best design yet, with (in my experience of three out of four of them) the worst build/manufacturing.  Happily the 32/33 seems to have fewer of those build issues and hopefully this new model will be a further improvement in that department.

AerynDiana

AerynDiana
GeeWillikers wrote:Hopefully they might 'remix' the 28/29 a little soon (to correct some of the build issues, if nothing else) and offer it with the head from it's original promo shoot. Very Happy
YES! I second that. That sculpt was ridiculously gorgeous.

And yeah, those bikinis look plasticy. Just like the ones from their recent 1/12 releases. I don't mind the look, but you raise a good point with the indentation. I hope that's not the case.

blackpool

blackpool
I'm definitely sold because of their attempt at going more seamless, and from what I see the feet look articulated (some pics show them in a high heeled position, others totally flat)
Sadly it is still a bit weak in term of design, the ankle could be much more esthetic and defined, we're quite close from a barbie leg here...

Still a super cool try, I won't resist getting a few since I always asked for a floppy feet come back... Thank you TBL!

Stryker2011

Stryker2011
Founding Father
As far as the bikinis go, I find the longer those items are off the body, the indents disappear. If the bodies can indeed stand on those feet, I don’t mind the seamless attempt, but as I, and others, mentioned there needs to be “ankle bones” to make it look more realistic. And, yeah, these are not mid-bust bodies — but they are definitely supposed to be a younger woman with how “perky” they seem (gravity certainly hasn’t had time kick in). Very Happy


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Credit to greygoose for the signature card

rollotomasi

rollotomasi
GeeWillikers wrote:
GubernatorFan wrote:GeeWillikers, the Jiaou seamless feet make a horrid bend at the ankle when you extend the foot downwards; also, at least the last time I checked, they weren't able to keep the figure standing on its own securely either.

Yeah that's certainly true, but even so they're still an improvement on the old TBL model. I'd rather TBL didn't make this backtrack to using seamless feet at all personally, but if they are going there I hope they do it better than Jiaou (who in turn improved on TBL's original method, if you see what I mean).

And back to these new bodies - er... is it just me, or do those bikinis look all nasty and plasticky? If so, they'll indent the skin.

I agree with GF re the horrible @%$#* Jiaou doll ankles. How is the JD ankle an improvement on the TBL ankle?
I only have the S09 and 1 JD body and TBL's ankle sculpt and articulation look realistic to me.
But maybe you're referring to the feet armature blade slicing thru the silicone feet (like Gazelle of Kingsman Very Happy) but its not visible anyway so no biggie.

The bikinis seem to be TPR. Reminds me of the rubber suit of HT Comedian which melted in contact with the rubbery chest of the HT body.
I want to buy those Fire Girl FG07 one-piece molded TPR swimsuits but I have my doubts, might not last long and might even damage the TBL body.


GeeWillikers wrote:Ah, I see another difference now - the arms appear to be longer and slimmer than the 32/33, which is good.

They showed their S32/S33 with nice arms and wrists too, so fingers crossed we really get what's shown here.
I won't buy the S33B anymore and just wait for this S35.

skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
GeeW -- that Eartha Kitt is so cool! So it's never been released? Too bad... 

Everyone makes really good points here. I was looking at this on my phone so hadn't realized the bikinis are plastic like the 1/12 versions. Weird choice, but it does make me think these are being marketed to use specifically 'as pictured', rather than being intended for kitbashers like other loose tbl bodies. 




AerynDiana wrote:Hopefully they'll feel like they've perfected that body type now and will depart from the anime market and return to the realism and/or super hero genre for the next release.

Slim AND curvy or athletic realism (without those aforementioned super thighs) get my vote.

And additional skin tones. Naturally.




You said it perfectly! Smile 

Also, you mentioned these being akin to re-do's of the smaller bodies, and I do hope these lean more towards being shorter in height [despite the long legs]. If so, they'd have much more of a draw for me.


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GeeWillikers

GeeWillikers
rollotomasi wrote:I agree with GF re the horrible @%$#* Jiaou doll ankles. How is the JD ankle an improvement on the TBL ankle?
I only have the S09 and 1 JD body and TBL's ankle sculpt and articulation look realistic to me.
But maybe you're referring to the feet armature blade slicing thru the silicone feet (like Gazelle of Kingsman Very Happy) but its not visible anyway so no biggie.

Oh yeah, the old TBL's look OK, but what the Jiaou feet have over them is the side-to-side flexibilty. But the Jiaou feet certainly aren't anywhere near an ideal solution either.

I don't have any of the smaller bodies, are the bikinis plastic? These also look moulded, so if you wanted to remove them you'd probably have to cut them off. They'd be quite nice, if they were fabric.  Odd choice.

skywalkersaga wrote:GeeW -- that Eartha Kitt is so cool! So it's never been released? Too bad... 
It's in Phicen's 'Products list' dated 2014 and listed as 'Not available yet', so I don't think we should hold our collective breath, sadly. There's an accompanying 'Julie Newmar' figure and an 'Adam West' that looks bizarrely much more like Roger Moore as James Bond...

http://www.phicen.com/ProductList.asp?SortID=1&Page=4

(starting halfway down the page)

rollotomasi wrote:They showed their S32/S33 with nice arms and wrists too, so fingers crossed we really get what's shown here.
I won't buy the S33B anymore and just wait for this S35.

Yeah, I'll be getting the Caroline Munro Vampirella that uses a 33b and I think that'll be it for me with that particular model. Hopefully this is an improvement on it.

Stryker2011

Stryker2011
Founding Father
That Eartha Kitt (and their Adam West) were both canceled a LONG time ago. They never got approval from Ms. Kitt's estate, nor AW, and the original prototypes looked absolutely abysmal. They were attacked relentlessly for how bad they looked on SM, and justly so. It was very early in their career at likeness attempts, and the EK especially looked like a bad Monster High figure with a giant head. If there are eBay sellers still listing this, they need to be reported, as this is NEVER coming.


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Credit to greygoose for the signature card

GeeWillikers

GeeWillikers
Stryker2011 wrote:That Eartha Kitt (and their Adam West) were both canceled a LONG time ago. They never got approval from Ms. Kitt's estate, nor AW, and the original prototypes looked absolutely abysmal. They were attacked relentlessly for how bad they looked on SM, and justly so. It was very early in their career at likeness attempts, and the EK especially looked like a bad Monster High figure with a giant head. If there are eBay sellers still listing this, they need to be reported, as this is NEVER coming.

Ah, right. Yeah, I thought it would've been a rights issue that stopped it. I can see what you mean about the Monster High vibe from the Eartha sculpt, but if the prototype had looked anything like the promo pic above, I wouldn't have been too displeased with it as a more generic 'African' head. I'd have modded the hair, but the features themselves aren't displeasing, not unlike one of the recent Black Panther offerings I've seen listed (I forget the character's name but in fact that itself looks great, aside from the tribal markings that limit it's kitbash potential).

The Julie Newmar and Adam West figures didn't look promising even in the promo pics, though.

I wonder if this is what put TBL off from attempting more ethnic figures, then?

skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
Lol, fair enough , Stryker, I can see what you meanwith those. ;p Still a shame though that they couldn’t muster up ANY further POC sculpts/bodies since that time. :/


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AerynDiana

AerynDiana
rollotomasi wrote:I want to buy those Fire Girl FG07 one-piece molded TPR swimsuits but I have my doubts, might not last long and might even damage the TBL body.
You mean this one? I didn't follow the instructions to heat it in warm water before wearing (because these instructions were missing in the ebay description), but don't know whether that would have helped. The tear happened within the hour after putting it on, which itself was easy. (This is the S29B.)
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rollotomasi wrote:They showed their S32/S33 with nice arms and wrists too, so fingers crossed we really get
what's shown here.
Good point! Neutral

rollotomasi

rollotomasi
Nice! That's exactly it! Swimsuit mold looks great and i was thinking of using that black one for a comics Black Canary, cutting off the shoulder straps then shape the top like a bustiere.

How did you put it on the body? Is it feet first at the back opening or thru the neck opening? Did that neck opening tear because the hips had to pass thru it?

If it tore on your S29B then it makes me rethink my plan of putting it on the "bigger" S21B.

AerynDiana

AerynDiana
rollotomasi wrote:Nice! That's exactly it! Swimsuit mold looks great and i was thinking of using that black one for a comics Black Canary, cutting off the shoulder straps then shape the top like a bustiere.

How did you put it on the body? Is it feet first at the back opening or thru the neck opening? Did that neck opening tear because the hips had to pass thru it?

If it tore on your S29B then it makes me rethink my plan of putting it on the "bigger" S21B.

I put her arms down, went feet first at the back opening and then pulled it up over her arms. I really wasn't concerned at the time because it seemed easy enough. I don't know when the damage occurred, because the tear only appeared once she had been on display for an hour or two. Her chest is big, but the description said it was for the S12D, which is a big bust figure, so I figured it should be ok. Maybe it would have been fine had I actually warmed it up first.

GeeWillikers

GeeWillikers
Just realised that along with the general lack of info about these there's no due date listed either, but seeing as they're dated 2019 I suppose it won't be too long before they reach retailers.

I'm curious to know what the price difference will be between the two options.

EDIT:  Ah, GianToy have them up on offer with a March due date as of this morning:

https://giantoy.com/collections/phicen/products/pre-order-1-6-tbleague-teenage-girl-seamless-figure-phmb2019-s34-s35

£16-17 difference for one with a head, usual price for just the body.

Adeno


I like the blonde lady. To me, her face is quite deceptive or "fake innocent". It's like she's the type of girl who would pretend to being bullied, but in reality she's the bully lol! She can be the bad girl of my Phicen lady gang and start unnecessary trouble.

Fake Innocent Girl: Pst, Ana, Demon Huntress said you're getting fat!

Ana: What the hell?! Demon Huntress, HOW DARE YOU say I'm getting fat!!!

Demon Huntress: Huh?! Haven't you always been quite thick?

(Ana and Demon Huntress begin to have a sword fight while the Fake Innocent Girl giggles at the corner...)


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skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
I had been looking everywhere to see if I could find a height for these mentioned, and it was really bothering me so I finally messaged GianToy to see if they had any idea what the projected height will be. It sounds like these are going to be on the shorter side -- approx. 27cm or so, so more akin to the s24-s27b figures. Just wanted to mention this as it may affect how they fit 'normal' headsculpts, and may be why tbleague have offered headsculpts with them this time. That said, if they have improved the shoulder proportions a bit on this one, then perhaps they will still be able to be used with regular-sized sculpts. It's hard to say without a direct comparison pic. We'll just have to see, I guess. But it's worth bearing in mind prior to ordering/pre-ordering.


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Stryker2011

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Thanks for the heads up, sky.


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rollotomasi

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@skywalkersaga. Oh wow i hope Giant Toy is wrong. I'm not going to P.O. it if its short.
I was checking out the figure's height based on the Coke can then i remembered i have that old cellphone-holder chair in my cabinet, so here goes...

That's the Lady Bat body which i assume is a S23B, stands 29cm from bare feet to hair (but the Kimi Toys head is sitting high on the neck).
The wing of the chair is touching the thigh of the S23B.
They're described as "long legs, narrow shoulders" same as S32/S33 so fingers crossed they're not short like the buxom ones.

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skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
rollotomasi -- you may be right, and it may be a tall/'normal' one, but I was just passing on the info I'd received from GianToy. But they don't have the body in hand yet, so perhaps they are mistaken. : )

ETA: On GianToy's site, they are described as 'teenage girl body', which is actually one of the reasons I messaged them, since I thought perhaps that meant they were indeed shorter in stature. But we'll just have to wait and see. Frustrating that tbleague didn't include a height in the product description like they normally do. :/


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GubernatorFan

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For what it is worth, perhaps the shoulders can be adjusted to some degree when posing, as usual. The "buxom" body wasn't overly short in my experience, and worked reasonably well with many head sculpts; the more petite ones were more of a problem to head and dress, although as we have discussed, their height was probably more appropriate for general female height.


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skywalkersaga

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GubernatorFan wrote:For what it is worth, perhaps the shoulders can be adjusted to some degree when posing, as usual. The "buxom" body wasn't overly short in my experience, and worked reasonably well with many head sculpts; the more petite ones were more of a problem to head and dress, although as we have discussed, their height was probably more appropriate for general female height.

Yes, exactly. My intention was not to dissuade anyone from purchasing the product, since as you say, even if the bodies *are* shorter in height, it doesn't automatically mean their shoulders will be too slim. My hope is that this is in fact intended as an improvement on the previous petite bodies in that regard. But at the same time, I wanted to pass on the info, since if it did turn out that they didn't work with normal heads, I would have felt bad about not sharing.

JCKeppel

JCKeppel
Check the Toyseiiki 1/6 Rem figure with the TBLeague body coming out later this year... she has the seamless ankles and looks similar to these. BBTS has her listed as 11.12" tall, and I think the s32-33 are around 11.5 inches tall with head.

skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
Yeah, I did think they look similar, but could not find a height on those either. If they are the same body, that would mean these are indeed ‘normal’ height, so no one has to worry. Wink

Again, I do apologize if the info I’ve been given is incorrect.

Personally, I have no stake in this, so just curious to see how they turn out.

JCKeppel

JCKeppel
It takes a village to find a body height Wink

skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
Guess so. Smile Usually tbleague provides the height info, which is why I was confused/frustrated in this instance.


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