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A 74mm action figure. It is the female version of the ersatz action figure, for those who asked for it. The clavicle joint will work better after rotating it a few times inside the socket. This will glaze the material and allow a smoother movement.

Dimensions

IN: 1.531 w x 1.531 d x 1.531 h
CM: 3.888 w x 5.808 d x 1.4 h

Comments

 
Looks like I managed to order mine just in time. She's adorable sacked out in a mini Eames chair.
April 1, 2014, 5:34 pm
@wulongti. I will update the mesh asap, but i've got tests to run and to add sprues. Thank you for your anthusiasm!
February 27, 2014, 8:47 pm
wait.. so if not here, where CAN we get this figure?
February 27, 2014, 7:04 pm
Sorry guys, the desing guideline cahnged, i can't sell this anymore on this website.
February 25, 2014, 12:30 pm
I got Ersatz Girl today and LOVE her!!
February 18, 2014, 2:30 am
@bleep. Thank you very much for your kind comment!
February 15, 2014, 10:30 am
Hi, Mr_props, I purchased all your Ersatz & pieces and they arrived last night. To me, they looked really good in the pictures, but are MUCH better than pictures can convey; I mean that in the best regards, too. I, too, followed your instructions for tightening joints. I tried to send you a contact email to say thank you for all you're doing and questions about the Alter Ego, but the email wasn't going through :\ Anyways, thanks again and I look forward to your future designs :)
February 15, 2014, 8:04 am
@Dalminis, Thank you for giving me such feedback, as this is a lot of support for us, designers, as nothing is better advertising. Thanky ou very much to you and all the others who had the knidness of posting comments on the product! Best regards.
February 7, 2014, 7:52 am
@SalemCrow Thank you very much SalemCrow. I had stoped working on this modle a while ago, but i'm getting back to it now, as i would like to try some improvements. Best regards.
February 7, 2014, 7:50 am
I adore this tiny doll. She's perfect half scale. I need to tighten her joints as you've instructed, but she can be posed and is quite ingenious.
February 7, 2014, 3:34 am
I ordered both the male and female figures, as well as one of the extra sets of hands. I am very impressed with the design and execution of the articulation. I'll be doing your suggested joint tightening procedure after I complete my painting. I'll be keeping an eye on anything else you create.
February 7, 2014, 12:46 am
@loose_cannon. In fact the quality of the prints depends on details like air pressure, room temperature... It is very hard to know why somteimes it is a little loose, and sometimes not. @Parasol, thank you for your comment !
January 18, 2014, 8:51 am
I don't know if you tweaked the design or not since the last person posted, but the joints on mine are pretty much perfect! She can even stand up without support! Thank you so much for designing her so well - she'll be a perfect doll for my 1/6 doll, and I may get the boy figure in the future as well :)
January 18, 2014, 3:36 am
Just received mine (and a wig pack). The joints are quite loose on this one-- but I expected it from the comments and know that's just a matter of bulking them up with cyanoacrylate glue. In the meantime it's a bit fiddly getting all the joints to go the way you want to and stay there, but once assembled she is equal parts awesome and adorable. I already want more!
December 26, 2013, 10:36 pm
@Tabbycarla brush or sculptris may help you overcome the complexity of many 3d modeling softwares. However, i agree that miliput, greenstuff and magic sculpt are very nice to work with. Good luck! By the way, i saw many users put the polyamide inside an acétone vapor bath, which smoothes everything. It would be an easy way to surface the parts, but you must know that the pieces will shrink about 5/7%, so no idea if it can be used on something like this. Good luck, i will be happy to take a look at what you made with these!
December 20, 2013, 2:03 pm
@Mr_props, yeah I read where you said this before! Thank you. I wish I was good enough to tinker with the mesh but alas. I have years of handmade miniature expertise though so I will be doing it by hand. Of course something so tiny will have some issues with printing and I am very happy with how perfectly it does work!
December 20, 2013, 11:23 am
@Tabbycarla. Hi! The mesh is available for downlod so you can make your own modifications if you like. You can solve the problem of loose articulations by adding several thin layers of cyanoacrylate glue to increase the diamter of the ball joints. This is no rocket science, as it is not possbile to simulate how much the printed product will shrink, depending on the weather.
December 20, 2013, 11:16 am
Received mine today! I need to sort out her shoulder joints and slightly loose elbows, but that is just because I want her a little more robust. I want an army of these!
December 19, 2013, 9:17 pm
@jskerchner. Thank you! It was pretty hard to achieve given the scale and the printing precision. The mesh is available for download byt he way if you are interested. Just keep in mind that you can't make it smaller, and that the joints wouldn't work in another material. Best,
November 29, 2013, 7:11 pm
I have one of these, and I've got to say the articulation is great. She can be put in some very realistic poses. Some of the joint are a little loose, especially at the wrists, but she's surprisingly stable even when standing. Great job on this piece!
November 29, 2013, 5:25 pm
good new everybody, the mesh is now available as open source!
November 15, 2013, 9:46 am
@kirto64. Hi! Thank you for your advice. In fact i'm working on a 1/16th (quite close to 5 inches) action figure. Hopefully, it will look more realistic as this is what some guys asked for. It usually takes a lot of time to fine tune the models, and a savage rescale is not always a good option (ie: on this model, some parts would be way too thick if upscaled, this would results in deformations especially on the legs). I hope i can finish this new model within three months. Thanks for your interest!
October 29, 2013, 12:25 pm
hello i gonna give u a suggetion you should make them bigger like 5 inches for 12 or 13$
October 29, 2013, 12:56 am
You may also tighten the joints by adding thin layers of cyanoacrylate glue around the joints. You should put the glue around the ball joints, but not inside the sockets. Let it dry completely before assembling again. This could be usefull if you need a better control of the movements.
August 28, 2013, 6:35 pm