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The Five Cyclones - 75mm highly detailed resin miniatures for collectors and gamers

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The Five Cyclones is the Start of a great  oriental Adventure, between the myth and fantasy !

"Powerful forces are moving in the constant struggle for balance ...in defense of the creator of the world with the driving forces.....only those who are really pure will find enlightenment "


 And There are a lot of interesting additions to unlock!!!

Ch'n-Han a demigod the summoner of dragons and ruler of the Air

 It is ready for the fight Printed with a very detailed resin and already painted in its Box Art version by Mirko Cavalloni



Chan-Po a haughty monkey who governs the energy of Thunder

Ma Tzu-Ko a warrior woman as much as beautiful as good at dominating the Water

Kuang-Kung a very big man that have a biggest Fire inside,He loves to eat, will be able to feed all those flames?

Chu-Jung an old blind man, but the most important things are hidden from view ,with his wisdom has the power of the Earth to move mountains



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Never thought I'd say this, but...

No. I don't like the female sculpt.


The fabric should have been held out from her skin a bit because of her rather generous breasts, but it's not. So it just doesn't look right to me.


Maybe I'll back for one of the other minis later.

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As a most personal opinion, I do find the sculpting to be a bit lackluster, in particular when it concerns how the cloths are sculpted. It feels like the sculptor hasn't got a clear idea of how it naturally falls and folds, which makes it look odd at some places. And at 75 mm, you cant "hide" them as you can in smaller scale. I also have some issues with the flow of some of the poses, that also don't look natural. Kuang-Kung, for example, looks to be in a very unnatural pose. What is he supposed to do? Is he raising the hammer to attack someone? Is he recoiling with fear/disgust/surprise? In regards of Ma Tzu-Ko, I think its how the head is posed that makes it look wierd. Place yourself in that pose. The feet pointing forward, the shoulder straight to the side, and the neck slightly behind the shoulders. It's not a natural pose and I find it to be overdone. The entire pose should be twisted a bit more so that she is facing more "forward" than "backwards".

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Hmm I've wanted Ch'n-Han for a while now...  I like some of the other characters and share some of the concerns raised by others.  Snagged one of the limited early bird tiers for the 5 of them but already thinking of dropping down to a lower tier...  will wait and see.  Really want some good Asian themed pieces but not sure these will be them. 

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