"Hey Greenelf I'm only at around 35 gb... but I'm sure there are probably some things you might not have ;) So, just sayin'... if there's anything you are looking for let me know. If I have it, or find it, you…"
"Thanks Greenelf as always you rock! If there is any rare or obscure model you seek let me know... I have a lot of little known, rare stuff. I would really love to return the favor for all your generosity."
"I gotta ask because I know somebody here has been around this hobby long enough to know the answer. Why is it that nobody seems to have any of Shin's Tboy Hoodies or any of his Tboy series' at all? I have beat my head against…"
"Thanks Greenelf. Really appreciate ya! If it weren't for your customs none of us would (apparently) have any of the T-boy series other than the blanks, as it seems absolutely no one ever got any of these from Shin."
I am more a fan of detailed models, but if a model is stylized enough I can enjoy a simple model. Distinctive artistic style goes a long way. Some of my favorite simple Paper Toy designers would be Shin Tanaka, Matt Hawkins, and Tougui. Designs that would look cool in 2-D as well is key here. My favorite designers of detailed models are uhu02, OneStar (sesanow), Onepiece (7200ss), Kyuri, Jan Rukr, and Julius Perdana.