Have you always dreamed of seeing yourself on hobbyDB? How about as a Funko Pop!? With our new feature, you can do both.
Funko offers fans at its Everett, Wash., and Los Angeles stores, and more recently online, an opportunity to turn themselves into custom Pop! figures with its Pop! Yourself promotion.
We’ve created the ability to add your very own custom Funko Pop! of yourself to the hobbyDB database. Now whenever you open your hobbyDB Showcase, you can see the Pop! version of yourself smiling back at you.
Do you have a custom Pop! of yourself? If so, adding it to your hobbyDB collection is easy.
Start by finding our “Pop! People – Make Your Own Custom Pop!” item listing. See it here.
Once there, click the “+Collection” button to add it to your collection. Upon clicking, a prompt will open allowing you to set the specific details of your Pop!, such as condition, grade and more.
To add images of your custom Pop!, simply click “Add & Upload Photos.”
Hit save and voila. Your Pop! is now on hobbyDB!
We did it this way – using one singular item listing – because creating individual Subject pages for every hobbyDB Member could become quite tedious.
Follow this link to find a handy guide and tips for adding items and images to your collection.
Ready to add yours? Give these examples a look for some inspiration! As always, please hit us up with any questions or concerns at email@example.com.
I would love a pop of me,this would be so coo
How about not asking for credit card info right away let people go through and see how much it’s gonna cost first
That would be one for Funko (and maybe they read it here).
I wonder if they will do cars…
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