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Old 09-06-2017, 11:29 PM   #5
Ronald
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I think I see why people are concerned with his crotch area. Trying to make him look like a bendable action figure is causing trouble in a figure that most people are not seeing that way.

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Hey, I don't think I've seen you on the forum. I appreciate the feedback!

Thanks, everyone. Respectfully, I think if you were more familiar with action figures, you'd not see the crotch as being so odd. This business is, of course, aimed at toy/figure enthusiasts, which my brother and I both are. He loved the design and didn't cite any oddities. My illustrations and design are based on Kenner's Super Powers Collection. The hips are articulated, with both being slightly more narrow in width to the crotch. Perhaps I could square off the upper inner edge of the hip/crotch articulation? I think it's okay as-is. Attached is an example of a real figure for reference.
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