Toy Photography with 66 Batman Figures.

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Batrunner,

Excellent stuff. Thanks for sharing and I hope to see more of your photography.
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THE BATPHONE! wrote: Sun Feb 03, 2019 9:15 am
batrunner1966 wrote: Sat Feb 02, 2019 5:20 pm Greetings Citizens!
I finally got a resizing app for my phone!
May I ask what app that is? I've been looking for something like that for some time! :D
It is called "Photo & Picture Resizer" . I have an Android. It never occurred to me that it would be a separate app.
Blue Meanie wrote: Sun Feb 03, 2019 3:48 pm Batrunner,

Excellent stuff. Thanks for sharing and I hope to see more of your photography.
Thanks Meanie!
More to come!
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I have been wanting to post on this thread for a long time, and now finally can due to my image resizing app (thanks batrunner!!!)! Here is some fun I had with some Mattel figures!
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Court of Owls by Ian McLean, on Flickr

Now out: Greg Cox's original "Batman" hardcover novel, pitting Batman against the "The Court of Owls", a secret society of wealthy families that has controlled Gotham City for centuries.
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DC Multiverse Alfred Pennyworth comes with several alternate heads: comic book Alfred, Michael Gough's movie Alfred, The Outsider, and even the beloved Alan Napier Alfred from "Batman '66", that goes nicely with my Mattel figures.

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Nice, Ian, VERY nice
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Nice job. He’s definitely in scale for 1/12
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Well done. Fabulous backdrops Ian.
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batrunner1966 wrote: Tue Sep 03, 2019 3:54 am Well done. Fabulous backdrops Ian.
Thanks. It's the lounge room set from the Mego "Bewitched" two-pack (8" Endora and Serena), and the back panel of Mattel's unmasked Batman.
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Therin of Andor wrote: Wed Sep 04, 2019 5:17 am
batrunner1966 wrote: Tue Sep 03, 2019 3:54 am Well done. Fabulous backdrops Ian.
Thanks. It's the lounge room set from the Mego "Bewitched" two-pack (8" Endora and Serena), and the back panel of Mattel's unmasked Batman.
They work very nicely together indeed! Great setup.
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"Kingdom Come" Superman by Ian McLean, on Flickr

"Kingdom Come" Superman just arrived from eBay. He joins "Batman '66" Alfred, the comics' Krypto and TV's "New, Original Wonder Woman".
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TV at Wayne Manor by Ian McLean, on Flickr

I was searching eBay for dollshouse furniture for a 70s-era project recently and found this cool handmade television set ornament by Followthemoonart.
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The inventiveness, attention to detail and sense of fun in these photos is astounding! Wonderfully fun thread. Am *very* slowly working on my first ever custom with a Lego mini fig, if I'm ever happy with it (lol) I'll share it here.
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I found these on my phone. I must have been having some fun in the office.
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A few more shots from my desk, testing a new flash.
I think they are pretty cool, you may or may not agree.
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