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About Varied / Hobbyist Member Zander Price27/Male/United States Groups :icongreenlanterncosplay: GreenLanternCosplay
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Old VS New Titanus by ZanderYurami
Old VS New Titanus
This thing is a BEAST! 
The current Titanus goes for $199 at Toys R Us, and has free shipping from the website. The old one sold for about $60, or about $98.59 when adjusted for inflation. They normally fetch over $100 on ebay and that isnt even for complete ones.

One thing people say is that they dont think it is worth the price, but I think it is well worth it. From the die-cast in the feet, claws, chest, and tail tips, to the sculpted details, and all the paint. Not one sticker to be seen here. 
Another thing I keep reading is that this is, "Just the 2010 Titanus with paint" Sorry to say it, but if you think this, you are completely wrong. This is a whole new mold, and it really shows. The neck, like the dragonzord's tail, is ball jointed at every segment. You can get some pretty awesome poses out of this thing. There are details in this thing that you wouldnt normally see, unless you turn it over and look into the MZ compartment. I cant think of a single bad thing to say about this.
New VS Old Dragonzord by ZanderYurami
New VS Old Dragonzord
Now onto the Dragonzord. OMFG! Do I really need to go into detail? This thing is better than the 93 one in very way. 
The new DZord features die-cast in a few areas, sculpted details, and ZERO stickers. Everything on the DZord is painted. Even without the electronics, which were annoying at best in the 93 toy, it is well worth the price tag
New VS Old Megazord / DaiZyuJin by ZanderYurami
New VS Old Megazord / DaiZyuJin
Once you get it all together, it just looks beautiful! 
I have heard that some people's have an issue of the sword being really tight in the hands, but I guess i got lucky. Fits like a glove.
I am very happy with this Megazord, and find it better than the 93.
New VS Old Mammoth / Mastodon by ZanderYurami
New VS Old Mammoth / Mastodon
Maybe the heaviest of the 5 main legacy zords. A good chunk of it is made of die-cast. The trunk and tusks on this one are firmly attached to the head, so there is a lot less of a chance that you will lose them.
New VS Old Sabre Toothed Tiger by ZanderYurami
New VS Old Sabre Toothed Tiger
Besides it being smaller, you notice the accurate decals and paint on the zord right off the bat. The legacy one features a die-cast tail. Anyone with a 93 MZ can tell you how hard it is to keep up with the horns and the tail gun.
I am currently opening for commissions again.  If you have a sprite you want made, just let me know.

I can do most 8-bit and 16-bit sprites.

Most 8-bit sprites would be $8 shipped (within the US)
16-bit sprites will range from $12-$20 depending on size of the sprite

Just post here or send me a note with what ya want.

Here are some of the ones I have made…

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Zander Price
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SolarisPhoenix Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Professional Writer
Thank you for the favourite!
Ace8bit Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thanks for the favorite, don't forget to watch for more in the future ^_^
ant-Edd Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2015
Hay I know you I took a pic of you and asked about your mask.
ZanderYurami Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
You did?  Where at?
ant-Edd Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2015
opps my bad it was not you but rather cosplayer showed me your page at Katsucon
ZanderYurami Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist still awesome.  XD
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DefendCastle8 Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ZanderYurami Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
sstteevveenn Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014
Hello sorry to bother you again. I got my primer today.
So what the best way to apply the primer?
Do I cut out each part then use the primer?
Or can I just spray the entire runner?
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