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May 21st, 2020

May 21, 2020 at 05:14AM

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Callgrim The Order and warp pack.
I am unsure which specific wave this is from, because there are a lot of different types of theses dudes out there. If any members of the glyos gang out there can help, I would appreciate it! I didn’t have much luck in this case with the wiki or Rawshark’s I’d page. Maybe it was dyed by the previous owner?</p>

Plastic is less brittle, a little more pliable, like a classic star wars figure. It has memory and returns to shape pretty quickly.
25 pieces total, a lot of attention to paint on the lines of the figure in a dark blue / indigo too match the head, gloves and boots. Reminds me a bit of a skeleton in hockey gear.
He came with a warp gear pack, which is 8 of the pieces, including 2 that could be alternate heads.
#rawsharkstudios
#Glyos
#Glyoscompatible
#Onelldesigns
#Toyphotography

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Callgrim The Order and warp pack. I am unsure which specific wave this is from, because there are a lot of different types of theses dudes out there. If any members of the glyos gang out there can help, I would appreciate it! I didn't have much luck in this case with the wiki or Rawshark's I'd page. Maybe it was dyed by the previous owner? Plastic is less brittle, a little more pliable, like a classic star wars figure. It has memory and returns to shape pretty quickly. 25 pieces total, a lot of attention to paint on the lines of the figure in a dark blue / indigo too match the head, gloves and boots. Reminds me a bit of a skeleton in hockey gear. He came with a warp gear pack, which is 8 of the pieces, including 2 that could be alternate heads. #rawsharkstudios #Glyos #Glyoscompatible #Onelldesigns #Toyphotography

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May 21, 2020 at 11:20AM

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Dead Guy – Roman, c. 300 BCE, terra cotta</p>

Part of a tableau depicting a battle between the Greeks and the Amazons.  Photo by Charles Reeza at the Museum of Art and History, Geneva.

People have been fooling with little toy soldiers and civilians for a while now.
That booty just makes me laugh. I can’t help but wonder if one of the other figures had a tiny arrow or three in them. (I know if I had made a tableau, at least one of them would have an arrow in the rump.) That shoulder blade hole would hold a weapon nicely. #toyphotography
#tookanarrowtotheeverything
#inactionfigures

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