Forgotten wrote:From what I understand this paint job is the exclusive & a red & blue primary paint scheme will be the general release version.
I have no idea where or how you got this idea. Its the first I've even heard of a repaint. If the group has planned one, it wouldn't be released for over a year at this point. The colors shown for Steel Core are the main colors, and there isn't another recolored main release planned at this time.
Sodan-1 wrote: Venksta wrote:
Sodan-1 wrote:Didn't Venksta say that FansProject Core isn't run by FansProject themselves, like someone's offered to be their voice? There's a noticable improvement in grammar from FansProject.com to google.com.
I never said FansProject Core is run by a separate group, anywhere online
. FansProject is very hands on with what goes on with FansProject Core. However, to make things run smoothly, FansProject Core is considered a separate entity from FansProject. This is needed to get things rolling once future features on the website are revealed and become active. The people that run the website and service aren't the same designers and guys dealing with the production of the toys. But they are very involved with the way things go on the Core website.
Apologies. I misunderstood. In my defense it was some time ago that you said that. Sorry. But the email Dead Metal
got back from FPC does kind of disagree with what you're saying.
I read the email Dead Metal got. Theres no contradiction. They were simply comparing to how the distribution for Steel Core works, compared to distributors and retailers FansProject deals with. The main keyword in there was "think". Obviously the group is not going to respond back in the email the full details of how exactly Fansproject Core works. The best they'll do is give an easy explanation as not everyone understands the inner workings for something like this.
Anyways, for anyone still thinking Fansproject Core is just a separate group, with some sort of license. FansProject would not bother releasing a new figure through a group, with just 800 pieces. Thats a big loss financially, and no one makes money. Plus, we should have seen a price tag of $100+ before shipping for Steel Core. The fact the pricing is less than what a retailer will be charging off the bat, even at $79.99 price tag, shows FansProject is definitely a big part of FansProject Core.