Thursday, June 30, 2011
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In this episode, I'm joined by legion members Anubis2Night and Bubo to talk about a subject near & dear to the heart of many 3A fans: Toy Customization. We take a look at what drives some fans to modify their designer toy pieces, adding their own personal touches to create new and unique pieces of designer toy art. We also take a look at some of the techniques and materials used to create both custom and scratch-built figures.
And since this podcast is first and foremost about threeA, I also take a look at one of the latest releases from the Hatchery: The Adventure Kartel Bleak Mission figure.
Thanks goes out to Anubis2Night and Bubo for participating in the customization discussion, as well as to YOU for checking out the podcast.
Opening song created by Rob Liscomb
Closing song created by threeA legionnaire Knives
Opening clip features Van Beater of Jamungo, from the film The Vinyl Frontier
Acute Action-Figure Addiction Disorder clips by killerclone
"Boom Boom Ba" by Metisse
"Second Chance" by Peter Bjorn and John
"This Old Dark Machine" by James Vincent McMorrow
"My Name Is Mok" by Lou Reed from the film Rock and Rule.
No soundtrack was released.
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