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So here are the pictures to see how my custom Batmans fit. Along with my Custom Batgirl & Toys Era Robin. Please enjoy.
So here are the pictures to see how my custom Batmans fit. Along with my Custom Batgirl & Toys Era Robin. Please enjoy.
IMG_20201109_124043801 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr
IMG_20201109_124300921 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr
IMG_20201109_124407923 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr
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Wooah! I presume you have the space to display all this and not be kept in boxes in the store room or some rented warehouse!!!
 

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I share everyone's jealousy that you have a Batmobile, obviously. But I get it that the purpose of this immediate thread is to instruct on the logistics of how the various figures fit into it, some perfectly and some approximately. So I assume this initial thread doesn't really show off the Batmobile itself, and that will come from you later, or in stop motion work. There may be a little humble-brag in there, like "Yes of course I have a Batmobile but let's not draw attention to it other than the measurement details etc" :) but that's perfectly understandable, 'cause a 1/6 Batmobile is awesome. I wish I could say this post helped me decide whether to get one or not, but sadly it would be totally out of bounds for me.
 

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super-cool, I'd like to see a full shot of the vehicle w/figures behind it
Take a look down the thread.

I never got past the title since I'm jealous that you have a 1:6 batmobile.
Thanks but don't be. I'm truly thankful I have one and hope to use it in great ways.

Wooah! I presume you have the space to display all this and not be kept in boxes in the store room or some rented warehouse!!!
Not yet, but Lord willing, it's coming.

I share everyone's jealousy that you have a Batmobile, obviously. But I get it that the purpose of this immediate thread is to instruct on the logistics of how the various figures fit into it, some perfectly and some approximately. So I assume this initial thread doesn't really show off the Batmobile itself, and that will come from you later, or in stop motion work. There may be a little humble-brag in there, like "Yes of course I have a Batmobile but let's not draw attention to it other than the measurement details etc" :) but that's perfectly understandable, 'cause a 1/6 Batmobile is awesome. I wish I could say this post helped me decide whether to get one or not, but sadly it would be totally out of bounds for me.
Showing off is never my intention. Sharing with others, that I love to do. I know without a doubt, I'm blessed and nothing more.
Here are the picture of the whole vehicle. Please enjoy.
IMG_20201110_083356156 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

IMG_20201110_083408771_HDR by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

IMG_20201110_083422286_HDR by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

IMG_20201110_083422286_HDR by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

IMG_20201110_084238632 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

IMG_20201110_084319891 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

IMG_20201110_084415488 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr
 

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Showing off is never my intention. Sharing with others, that I love to do. I know without a doubt, I'm blessed and nothing more.
Here are the picture of the whole vehicle. Please enjoy.
IMG_20201110_083356156 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr
I was just teasing a little bit -- your sharing is much appreciated. It's going to look amazing photographed in a full diorama context, and all the more so if you animate it -- but boy, you'll need a large staging area. I recommend building a cave under your house. With the following item you could upgrade it with remote control audio features for just $3 (post 451 here Useful items for sixth-scale environments (continuously updated) - Page 11
 

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I was just teasing a little bit -- your sharing is much appreciated. It's going to look amazing photographed in a full diorama context, and all the more so if you animate it -- but boy, you'll need a large staging area. I recommend building a cave under your house. With the following item you could upgrade it with remote control audio features for just $3 (post 451 here Useful items for sixth-scale environments (continuously updated) - Page 11) but that's more for display purposes as opposed to animation where you can edit sounds in. Thanks and congrats.[/QUOTE]

No worries my friend. Thanks for the suggestions. I'm working on that too. Here some more fun:
Someone stole my Batmobile. Can you ID these perps? Thanks
[URL=https://flic.kr/p/2k5h1JW][img]https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50587861402_7e73d3cba4_b.jpg[/URL]IMG_20201110_112807802 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

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dont like Batman versus Superman and only seen few clips of the Justice League movie.

But I really love that version of the Batmobile

and I think JazzInc did one amazing job and thanks for sharing your comparison pics, they are very helpful
 

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New pics look great too. Gotta say, the 4th picture of the new ones (Joker's eyes in the window) may be the one that least shows off the Batmobile, but it is art. If that was a comic cover, I'd buy it.
 

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Not sure why you're apologizing for sharing. I'm glad you did. These pics made my day.
 

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I think the 2 Hot Toys batmobiles are undersized. BVS batmobile is the biggest of all, I have 1:25 scale models of Clooney, Keaton and Affleck mobiles and the latter is a monster. I have a Revell 1:25 Batman figure that fits really well in the models. Based on that figure's size next to my BVS model, I can tell the Jazz mobile is also underscaled like it's really 1:7. But it's still a beauty with detailed interior.
 

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I think the 2 Hot Toys batmobiles are undersized. BVS batmobile is the biggest of all, I have 1:25 scale models of Clooney, Keaton and Affleck mobiles and the latter is a monster. I have a Revell 1:25 Batman figure that fits really well in the models. Based on that figure's size next to my BVS model, I can tell the Jazz mobile is also underscaled like it's really 1:7. But it's still a beauty with detailed interior.
What a schizophrenic experience it must be then, to have this in hand -- simultaneously to be impressed that it's probably the biggest toy/model you're ever going to have, dominating a whole coffee table, yet thinking that it's undersized by scale.
 

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What a schizophrenic experience it must be then, to have this in hand -- simultaneously to be impressed that it's probably the biggest toy/model you're ever going to have, dominating a whole coffee table, yet thinking that it's undersized by scale.
I would have to agree with your post. If this thing was any bigger, it would definitely be on the too big category. In hand or on table, this thing is huge. If the inside could have about an inch deeper where the legs and feet go, I would never have to remove the seat to get the one Batman in. Over all size is prefect,
 
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