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Eli Ayase Figure sells for 269500 YenEli Ayase Figure sells for 269500 YenMisc

Wow! A One of a kind Eli Garage Kit painted sold on japan auctions for 269,500 yen :o

http://i.imgur.com/S7sk1Dul.jpg


I think that's pretty cool.
Out of curiosity how much would you pay for something like that?


Full story is here for those interested: www.facebook.co...
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Elixir5 l. temu#3198850Just trying to help, no hard feelings.

No problem ^^
5 l. temu
Nendoroidoodads5 l. temu#3198807Pokaż zawartość spoileraUkryj zawartość spoilera
Mistakes happen, they may have been so excited about the accomplishment that they wanted to share it with their fans. They said the client is a long time friend so yes they had permission.
I wouldn't let this concern you so much :)


Just trying to help, no hard feelings.
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Pokaż zawartość spoileraUkryj zawartość spoileraElixir5 l. temu#3198796I was not disputing the buyer or their wealth or purchase choice. I am disputing the misinformation on the Facebook website. Even people in the comments section are pointing out mistakes. Seems like the store was in more of a hurry to advertise.
I also hope the store had permission from the buyer to publish that. Usually transactions between customers and stores are kept private unless the buyer chooses to share, otherwise it's quite amateur.



Mistakes happen, they may have been so excited about the accomplishment that they wanted to share it with their fans. They said the client is a long time friend so yes they had permission.
I wouldn't let this concern you so much :)
5 l. temu
kettenkrad5 l. temu#318683At least for us, it is a big deal and as of this moment this guy is already dealing with a lot of flak from local people lmfao

And also we literally don't get anything out of this in the first place? Maybe a tiny publicity stunt from a tiny online shop, but in general we just wanted to share our excitement to other people, especially to our group of friends that have been following this bid since it started.


I was not disputing the buyer or their wealth or purchase choice. I am disputing the misinformation on the Facebook website. Even people in the comments section are pointing out mistakes. Seems like the store was in more of a hurry to advertise.

I also hope the store had permission from the buyer to publish that. Usually transactions between customers and stores are kept private unless the buyer chooses to share, otherwise it's quite amateur.
5 l. temu
i dont get why anyone is getting backlash for this- its exactly the same as bidding thousands for a one of a kind piece of art! people spend hundreds of thousands on paintings, i dont understand why everyone freaks so bad when someone spends over 1000$ on a figure.
5 l. temu
I wonder how people would feel over fans auctioning a film clip of the Love Live! School Idol movie for a whooping JPY913,000...

Like so: page9.auctions....
5 l. temu
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kettenkrad5 l. temu#3186839Because it is a big deal for a very, VERY small toy community in a tropical third world country.
I mean nice to know you're personally educated by a lot of this and that about the toy market/etc and your lifestyle can probably just shrug this kind of bland shit. But not everyone is well aware of every single painted GKs auction that can go past Y100,000 and this local guy just paid for a plastic item equivalent to 1 year salary of an average Filipino. At least for us, it is a big deal and as of this moment this guy is already dealing with a lot of flak from local people lmfao
And also we literally don't get anything out of this in the first place? Maybe a tiny publicity stunt from a tiny online shop, but in general we just wanted to share our excitement to other people, especially to our group of friends that have been following this bid since it started.
Tbh this all started as our squad's joke until someone stepped forward and took everything seriously.


Man, don't you just love those with a holier than thou attitude? Just can't get away from those people- don't even bother engaging man.

Getting back on topic here, that's pretty awesome honestly- Eri is great and you can't really put a price on a man's waifu... =D
5 l. temu
DonkeyBlonkey5 l. temu#3186122 E2046 is great for stuff like this unfortunately it is frowned upon by diehard collectors :/

Speaking as a person who does GKs like we're all discussing in this blog, there's a good reason for that. The quality is just not there, to the point where I urge those who really, truly love a certain sculpt to just go for a much higher priced original versus a kit from somewhere like E2046. It's great if you're dying to have a certain sculpt and you can't find the original on the aftermarket but E2046 happens to have it, but even if the original costs $200 more, GO WITH IT. The casting quality on E's stuff is just shit, blobs of resin everywhere, oily mold release for days, details being sanded off the damn figures...it's really a mess. :/
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Fallen-Cloud5 l. temu#3186859I'm just wondering...how are one of a kind figures handled in general? Do you need a licence from the creators of the series to sell such a figure in the first place? Does anyone know? I'm really curious about all that legal stuff behind making a one of a kind figure and selling it. It sounds very difficult. I'm weird, I know, but such things have always interested me.

I second this I am quite interested too ^^
5 l. temu
I'm just wondering...how are one of a kind figures handled in general? Do you need a licence from the creators of the series to sell such a figure in the first place? Does anyone know? I'm really curious about all that legal stuff behind making a one of a kind figure and selling it. It sounds very difficult. I'm weird, I know, but such things have always interested me.
5 l. temu
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