Raj KAJ (scottobear) wrote,
Raj KAJ
scottobear

May 31, 2020 at 10:58AM

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Cosmic corruptor Nemesis</p>

Production Cosmic Corruptor Mushi – Red Orange with purple paint applications. Insect Warrior plus Mantis head, godbeast wings and 2 Glyos pins. 18 total parts, green, purple and blue paints on red plastic.
Tiny Mushi not included, but he is so cute!

I really like this sculpt because it really lends itself to reconfiguration and is just so pretty on it’s own. Pulling it apart and adding to the big Mushi works well, as does to bog-nar, given the planty-thorny-fishy theme. The wings suit it fine, to boot.
This guy looks much less “musclebound” than his Mushi counterpart, and that lean style lends them in my mind to a strange Abbott and Costello vibe. I can almost hear the clicky mouth parts chitter some cute banter as they slowly pick and chew the flesh from a newly fallen foe.
These guys make me want a sleestak in Glyos format, for some reason.
My storage bin is just right for my current needs, with them separated by colorway or “special” theme. I may have to come up with some other form of sorting them out in future, though. How, I am not sure, short of building default sculpts, and keeping accessories / heads/ switch pins in a different bag, or some lego-like breakdown just of size or vague shape? How do the superfans with whole toolboxes and rooms do it? By company, or sculpt?

#Godbeast
#Glyos
#Glyosbuild
#Toyphotography
#Stickbug
#Mothra
#Onelldesign

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Cosmic corruptor Nemesis Production Cosmic Corruptor Mushi – Red Orange with purple paint applications. Insect Warrior plus Mantis head, godbeast wings and 2 Glyos pins. 18 total parts, green, purple and blue paints on red plastic. Tiny Mushi not included, but he is so cute! I really like this sculpt because it really lends itself to reconfiguration and is just so pretty on it's own. Pulling it apart and adding to the big Mushi works well, as does to bog-nar, given the planty-thorny-fishy theme. The wings suit it fine, to boot. This guy looks much less "musclebound" than his Mushi counterpart, and that lean style lends them in my mind to a strange Abbott and Costello vibe. I can almost hear the clicky mouth parts chitter some cute banter as they slowly pick and chew the flesh from a newly fallen foe. These guys make me want a sleestak in Glyos format, for some reason. My storage bin is just right for my current needs, with them separated by colorway or "special" theme. I may have to come up with some other form of sorting them out in future, though. How, I am not sure, short of building default sculpts, and keeping accessories / heads/ switch pins in a different bag, or some lego-like breakdown just of size or vague shape? How do the superfans with whole toolboxes and rooms do it? By company, or sculpt? #Godbeast #Glyos #Glyosbuild #Toyphotography #Stickbug #Mothra #Onelldesign

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Tags: #glyos, #glyosbuild, #godbeast, #mothra, #onelldesign, #stickbug, #toyphotography, uncategorized
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