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*twitches*

 

 

I better walk away now and not look back...

Stretch goal is an unhelmeted head based on Franzetti's sketches and notes.

 

 

I want one large and two of the 35mm. Just... gotta hit that stretch goal.

Just can't back it right now. Horrible timing with ReaperCon and the house stufff. I'll live vicariously through you all
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Facebook person: What time will the KS launch?
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Kabuki Studio October 17th :)
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Facebook person: Yes, thank you, I got the date, but what about the exact time of the start? If I want to try and get the EB, I will need to be quick! 1f609.png;)
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Kabuki Studio eh eh eh i can understand, i can't say yet sorry but please subscribe our newsletter at kabuki-studio.com and you will receive all the updates!

 

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I was worried I would have to spend a ton of money on this one, but looking at the goals I just want one 75mm Death dealer and maybe the background prop, cuz all minis would look cool with it lol.

I already own all the ky-ras I like from them and I don't want duplicates.

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Help me out here guys. How is this possibly worth 100 euro? A standard price range for a mounted 75 mm high detailed, resin cast, miniature is around 50-70 euro. I get it that with the licence the price point goes up a bit, but we are talking about around 30-50% higher than what is already available on the market. Furthermore, again, don't get me wrong, Jaroslaw Smolka is a good sculptor, but he is not, in my opinion at least, a better sculptor than what has already been produced by others. Finally, while I understand the attraction of staying close to a very iconic character design, I personally think that the horse is lacking in the sculpting process. The proportions look a bit off as does some of the muscle definition, and the mane doesn't look that good (especially not on the horse's left side). For a very premium cost of 100 euro I would expect an even higher quality.

 

Don't get me wrong. I like the company and own several of their figures, and I will be in for the small scale at 35 euro (which surprises me, because 35 euro for a 35 mm mounted figure is very reasonable, in contrast to the 75 mm version which I think is way overpriced).

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