As you probably know, I have been forced to adapt my toy collection to accommodate the circumstances of my life; I have moved to Africa, and there was simply no way to fit my Sigma figures in our luggage, so they are all boxed up in a storage facility in idaho, and in the meantime, I took a chance on Rise of Cobra figures; my logic was basically, "They're small enough that I can bring a bunch with me, and they have something of a Sigma 6 aesthetic."
I have learned to love the small Joes (it took a few years and three or four attempts before it happened), but I don't take as many photos as I used to, again due to the circumstances of my life (which is going great, lest I sound self-pitying!)
I only shoot in my front yard these days. Here are the results, if you're curious:http://www.flickr.com/photos/45848670@N02/?saved=1
Moving on, I recently spent some time organizing all the toy photos I took in Idaho. I deleted literally thousands of photos 'cause some were redundant and others sucked; I got it down to about 200 of my favorites, and looking through them, 98% of them featured Sigma 6 figures, and it made me realize all over again how fun those toys are.
I haven't "played with" my Sigma 6 figures in six months. (Whatever "play" means to you.) Hell, I haven't even seen them in six months; I may not see them for a few years at this rate.
My question is:
How often do you play with your Sigma 6 figures? Are you as obsessed as over, still photographing or customizing or even simply posing?
Have they taken a backseat to some new obsession?
Did you stop collecting toys when Sigma 6 died?
How the heck is everybody?