Anyone else have trouble standing PRIME Arcee?

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  1. bellpeppers

    bellpeppers A Meat Popsicle

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    Nice figure, but I can't get her to stand on her "feet" and "high heels". Ultimately, she rests and the wheel assembly.

    Did I do something incorrect? Or is this the way it is?
     
  2. Boy Blunder

    Boy Blunder Hasbrown'd

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    I haven't had trouble with her, and I have both the NYCC and the 1st Ed. versions.

    Unfortunately, I don't have either in front of me here, but one has her legs spread for a wide, combat stance, while the other's feet are close together in a more rigid standing pose.
     
  3. Silk Spectre

    Silk Spectre The Evil Queen

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    Not once I stopped trying to use the "stands" that the packaging came with. As long as she's on a flat surface, she's okay.
     
  4. MidnightBliss

    MidnightBliss Well-Known Member

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    Yes...but, only because I don't have her.
     
  5. Cortexitron

    Cortexitron Alternate Reality Patrol

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    I'm not having any trouble with mine, but I have her in more of a defensive pose as if she were waiting for someone to attack. The feet are turned and the knees bent slightly...
     
  6. Valkysas

    Valkysas Attack Buffalo

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    Nope, she stands fine. Did you transform her feet right?
     
  7. flamepanther

    flamepanther Interested, but not really

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    I haven't been able to make her stand up...





    ...gotta find one first.
     
  8. Autobot FixXxer

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    Make sure her wheel inside the leg is pegged in with the little peg post/slot other than that idk I can drop mine from 2-3 inches and shell just plop down and stand really solid, first I've heard of this I'm really sorry.
     
  9. stepsongrapes

    stepsongrapes Well-Known Member

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    I'm not sure what you mean by "she rests and the wheel assembly".

    This is the best shot I could find on Google Images of a correctly transformed foot.

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    If you're transforming the figure right, it usually stands on the front of the foot with the big heel making contact.
     
  10. Geterman

    Geterman Second Coming of Primus TFW2005 Supporter

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    That is a wild picture, lol
     
  11. exomega255

    exomega255 Emerald Green

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    she stands perfectly fine on her own, the weight distribution is very good.
     
  12. bellpeppers

    bellpeppers A Meat Popsicle

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    I'm wondering about that. I'll have to take some pics when I get home.
     
  13. xanthax

    xanthax choppaface

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    Both of mine stand just fine. They can pull of some decent poses too.
     

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