These are my large vinyl figure collection. They are assorted, but mostly Large Kaiyodo, SEGA, and Tsukuda figures. They are beautiful figures, especially the Kaiyodos. They are mostly released in the 1980' and 1990's, so many have that retro look to them (Tsukuda in particular). Most are in the 1/20 - 1/30 scale so they are big. Some are hard to find, others you may still find on ebay regularly. So, here they are, the space huggers! ;D
Kaiyodo Collection The lovely Anchiceratops
Followed by the amazingly beautiful Chasmosaurus, the star of my most recent adventure ;D
The Good mother Maiasaura
Good old Triceratops
The ceratopsian herd
Camarasaurus (Waiphoon copied this one in a smaller scale)
Here is the knock off (repainted)
The mighty T-rex
SEGA Collection T-rex (red version)
Trike Brown version
Albertosaurus Original color
Together (as far as I know, these are the only two from X-plus)
Tsukuda Collection Brontosaurus (yes, I know ;D)
So thats what I got for now As always, the hunt continues. Happy Hunting! ;D
Hey Boki Amazing models for sure. Those big Kaiyodo figures come as kits to assemble and paint or they are already painted?
I believe they came in both assembled and unassembled. I got mine all assembled and painted versions. I know that the saltasaurus comes unassembled.
DinoLord, they can be expensive, the most I paid for a piece is $80, but very much worth it. Sometimes you can find a good deal on ebay.
@stoenage, No, I don't have much room for my figures ;D The Kaiyodos are out on display, the others are packed in bins ;D
@ HImma, that X-plus alberto is one of the easier ones to acquire still at a reasonable price (less than $20 sometimes). It is a nice figures, however, it's brittle material makes the legs warp as it ages, making it hard to stand even with the pole.
I love the Tsukuda figures, retro but oh so good! ;D I need to hunt down the few that I don't have like the stego, spino, allo. The eyes reminds me of those Tyco/Dino riders figures
The eyes of Tsukuda figures aren't just similar to those of Dino Riders, I'm quite sure they are really the same. Just have a look at the eyes of the DR Monoclonius or Apatosaurus, they're the same glass bead eyes as the Tsukuda have (although I could only compare with the Anatosaurus)