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Is it just me or does that sculpt look off? I've loved every other twilight night concept or sculpt except this one...Her breasts are as large as her head...her head is too tiny for her body and her thighs are GIGANTIC.


The sword is too long too. @[email protected] 


Bryan just posted a link to a thread which discuss cup size of Kingdom Death model few days ago, worth a read

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Is it just me or does that sculpt look off? I've loved every other twilight night concept or sculpt except this one...Her breasts are as large as her head...her head is too tiny for her body and her thighs are GIGANTIC.


I thought it was just the semi-cheesecake style of Kingdom Death.  But I agree, and I'm not a huge fan of the exaggerated bits (which is why I didn't pick up the figure).  *shrug*


I am looking forward to the actual Wrath of King figures, though!  Except maybe painting them all... :lol:

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Is it just me or does that sculpt look off? I've loved every other twilight night concept or sculpt except this one...Her breasts are as large as her head...her head is too tiny for her body and her thighs are GIGANTIC.


The sword is too long too. @[email protected] 


The head is not really to small. But a photo is not really helpful to check proportions.


A colleague of mine I worked together years ago, had similiar tighs. It is the first time I see a mini with such tighs.

Such big breasts are seldom, but not abnormal. Be happy the breasts are well packed, if not they could hang to the knees...

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Shipping Update (12/8/14)
Hey guys, Mr. Black here, and I've got some shipping news for you- both good and bad.



For the US

Alright, so we're in a bit of a weird situation here. As those of you who have been tracking the shipping vessel may know, it's been parked outside port for a bit now. For those of you also unaware, the reason for this is there is a massive strike going down in the ports- nautical transport has slowed down to a crawl due to this.

Its frustrating as this is, of course, pushing is further back into delays when the product is literally sitting, blocked, off the coast. W're working to see if there is anything on our end we can do, but since this problem is extended to all ships and cargo out there, there doesn't seem to be much aside from waiting for us to be processed :(

Hopefully we'll be processed and pass through this week. This is an unfortunate update, but we will keep you informed as we get more information.


For the EU

Meanwhile, on the other side of the pond, we've received word from China that they are working hard on packaging everything to be sent to the German hub. We did not receive clear news as to exactly where they are in the process (aside from "well underway") but we're in contact with them as I type this to get a clear definition of where they are. Having dealt with them extensively on other projects, I would assume that they will be ready to ship out soon- but I will leave those specifics for our Production Manager to give me :)


(For Everybody Else, I've added the linebreak and title here as people in the comments are missing the section, OtT)


Per normal, once EU is finished and on the way to Germany China will begin direct shipping Asia and RoW will be handled. So everywhere except the US right now things are on steady track. 

We'll update you as soon as get additional information in regards to the US or EU.

As always, we thank you for your support :)

-Mr. Black


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