Complex base building system

Slaymaker

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#4
He had the prototype at Iowa Joe Con Assembly Required...now I wished I would have waited around to have a look at it more closely. He was constantly talking to someone so I never got a good look.
 

nacho

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While I love the concept, paying ~$10 for a 6" x 6" square, making even a small building hundreds of dollars is a no-go for me. If you have a ton of money and zero dio skills, then this is a no-brainer. Otherwise, it's worth the trouble to build something yourself for pennies on the dollar.

This falls under the category of "I'm glad it exists, but there is no way in hell I'm buying any".
 
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Videoviper

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From raginspoon via Rebelscum - more pictures of this thing.
raginspoon;20054231 said:
Hey everyone, I didn't know where to place this and there might be a better thread for it. I wanted to show off a new toyline I made called Complex. When I started designing it, I had both G.I. Joe and Star Wars figures in mind, since i collect both. These factory samples came in the mail the other day. They are the first painted ones the factory has sent over. The brown color is off, it is supposed to be more of a light tan and they painted some of the connectors but that will all be corrected.

The goal is to to have a modular system to build an entire base. Not just a single sided diorama. This is wave one and I started out with two products, a single wall that has two removable panels and a floor that comes two per box. There are several ways to connect these together though.

I am in the middle of having wave 2 designed right now. The second wave will have a catwalk geared more towards Star Wars and will have an interior wall that will look familiar.

I would love to know your thoughts if you have any questions feel free to ask them.

These should arrive and be ready for shipping in late April early May of this year. Smalljoes.com has picked the line up.














 

Dropshipbob

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I'm a little surprised it's not cheaper if it's being injection molded using factories in China...but maybe that only kicks in if you can get a high number made.

Or did I read something wrong?