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SoniComi (Super Sonico) - Sonico - Noodle Stopper Figure - Pink ver. (FuRyu)

SoniComi (Super Sonico) - Sonico - Noodle Stopper Figure - Pink ver. (FuRyu)
Catégorie
Classification
Personnage
Version
Matériaux
Échelle & Dimensions
H=130mm (5.07in)
Date de sortie
11/14/2014 En tant que Prize
Japonais
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In stock @ Ninoma (MFC Partner) (¥3,097)

Product page : www.ninoma.com/...
Official new item , shipped worldwide from Japan
About 28 USD | 23 EUR | 34 CAD
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SALE #95154

For Sale - NISB - Set of two (1 White, 1 Pink)

Price includes US Shipping
Il y a 1 an
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mikki-malu (Il y a 2 ans) #5287168I don't know what it means but the result is upsetting. It's the first time I see such an effect on my figure and now I expect Pochaco noodle stopper might have the same problem. I even checked my other figures around this Sonico but they all seem OK, even another Furyu Sonico with a donut (but she stands farther from light). A figure which cannot absolutely be exposed to any amount of natural light is sort of a headache for me :/
It's a little odd that it would only affect one figure though, since it looks to me like using raw PVC as skin is a common practice, especially on prize figures. (Since PVC looks softer without primer+paint over it, but paint is much more UV resistant.) I generally assume the worst and avoid exposing any figures to sunlight, but I can see how that'd become a serious headache with a larger collection.
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Il y a 2 ans
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Limited (Il y a 2 ans) #5286482If I had to guess, her skin probably isn't painted; rather it's dyed PVC with a little shading added on top. It would explain why the skin is fading while the other colors aren't.

I don't know what it means but the result is upsetting. It's the first time I see such an effect on my figure and now I expect Pochaco noodle stopper might have the same problem. I even checked my other figures around this Sonico but they all seem OK, even another Furyu Sonico with a donut (but she stands farther from light). A figure which cannot absolutely be exposed to any amount of natural light is sort of a headache for me :/
Il y a 2 ans
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mikki-malu (Il y a 2 ans) #5286428Just noticed the skin faded on the side facing the light from the window. She's not even that much exposed to sunlight so I guess it's the paint, it doesn't hold very well. All other colors seem to be OK but the skin is not pink anymore on her left side and face. All I can do now is to expose her other side to the sun for balance. Keep your Sonicos fully in shadow, just in case.
If I had to guess, her skin probably isn't painted; rather it's dyed PVC with a little shading added on top. It would explain why the skin is fading while the other colors aren't.
Il y a 2 ans
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Just noticed the skin faded on the side facing the light from the window. She's not even that much exposed to sunlight so I guess it's the paint, it doesn't hold very well. All other colors seem to be OK but the skin is not pink anymore on her left side and face. All I can do now is to expose her other side to the sun for balance. Keep your Sonicos fully in shadow, just in case.
Il y a 2 ans
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Selling mine, new in box: Sold
Il y a 2 ans
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Selling mine www.ebay.com/it...
Il y a 2 ans
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Lucked out and found her at MAGfest. Cute figure, but kinda small. She's sculpted really well, nice even paint job, and the pose definitely fits her. If you can find her cheap she's worth picking up.
Il y a 2 ans
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ekizo.mandarake... 1500y Mandarake
Il y a 3 ans
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