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Well today I got in the mail some figures I commissioned from Otakon 2009. They were done by RowlandCooney
They were absolutely awesome. I cannot stress enough how small and detailed these pieces are.
This Death Claw from Fallout 3 measures approximately 4 inches high and 2.25 inches wide and is made out of epoxy. I squealed like a little kid when I opened it up!Click on the picture to zoom in:
What we have here is a Big Sister with a Little Sister and a Big Daddy with a Little Sister from Bioshock 2! Just in time for the game. The details on these are absolutely crazy. I could never achieve these things with polymer, lol. The base itself if 3 inches long and 2 inches wide BUT the figures are D&D figure scale. If you don't know what that means look up D&D figures on google. Another scream escaped my mouth from this one as well. I love them both to itty bitty pieces!Click on the picture to zoom in:
Size Reference: RowlandCooney
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