Top 5 Favorite Figures of 2014 – 30 Dec 2014 – Flickr


These are my favorite figures of 2014. I consider these not only my favorite figures of 2014, but some of my best figures I have ever made.

In order of least favorite to most favorite….

5. Bonnie from five Nights at Freddy’s: A collaboration between (BatmanBeyond117) and myself, this relativity new figure of mine has become one of my favorites.

4. The Dude from The Big Lebowski: I love this figure because of the painting I did on the sweater and because I love Jeff Bridges and the corresponding film.

3: The Scarecrow from Batman Arkham Knight: A figure first intended to not even be mine and would used as payment, I fell in love with it so much that I made a second one and used that one as payment so I could keep my beloved original one.

2: Walter White from Breaking Bad: You have seen this guy plenty, and that is because I love him. This is my only figure that the great Billy Riner has favorited of mine. It is also the figure that inspired LegoMatic9 and started the band wagon of Breaking Bad figures.

Honorable Mentions: Before I get to the obvious #1, I want to list some figures that I really wanted to put on this list, but I just liked these 5 a bit more.

– 1987 Robocop
– Optimus Prime Minifigure
– Foxy from FNAF
-Trevor Phillips from GTA 5
-Ellie and Joel From The last of Us
– Tyresse and The Governor from The Walking Dead
-Taylor’s Deadshot Gift

*Implied Drum Role*

1. Groot from Guardians of The Galaxy: A figure that i never intended to make has shot its way up to the #1 spot of my favorite figures. After seeing so many Groots, I did not want to make one, but I gave in, and almost 3 months after the film came and gone, I made him. I don’t want to brag, but I have to say that I have one of the best Groots, at least in the top 2 or 3. Groot is now my favorite Marvel Character, and I am now trying to collect evey Groot figure I can, and I hope to get the Hot Toys one, but for now, I am satisfied my my little Lego one.

What do you think? What is your top 5 favorite figures of mine? Let me know below? If not a top 5, at least tell me your one favorite figure and why?

I also want to wish you all a Happy New Year, and I wish you all luck in the upcoming year πŸ™‚

-Dylan

aka, TheMooseFigs

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Best Travel Photography Tips of 2014

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Travel photography is one of the most popular topics here on dPS. Things often seem more interesting to photograph when we are away from home, travelling somewhere exciting or just new. Here are some of the highest rated travel photography articles on dPS in 2014. In no particular order:

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Quick Look: Olympus M Zuiko Digital 40-150mm f2.8 PRO Lens

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In the following video, Allan Weitz, of B&H, introduces the Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 40-150mm PRO Lens, a weather-sealed 80-300mm equivalent zoom for Micro Four Thirds cameras. This video covers the lens’s superb optical design with multiple aspherical and ED elements, as well as a ZERO coating. Weitz also describes the benefits of the Dual VCM autofocus system and the minimum focus distance of just 27.55″. Additionally, accessories such as the collapsible hood, tripod collar, and the new MC-14 1.4x Teleconverter are discussed. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at B&H.com

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Happy New Year from dPS – Welcome 2015

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This is the end – of another year that is. Was it a good one for you? We certainly hope so.

What are you plans for 2015? Will you ring it in with a bang? Do you make resolutions? The beginning of the year is always a good time to look back and reflect on what you’ve accomplished and makes plans for the coming 12 months.

We would like to wish you the happiest new year from all of us here as dPS!

Happy New Year 2015!

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By Randy Tan [RnD.de.Portraits]

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