I'll try to get a better picture once I paint the figure.
Frankly I settled for the one I got because I could never have afforded the original for $165.
Had I known how much time and trouble I'd spend collecting the various components I may have thought twice about setting aside 20 bucks a month until the one posted above became available... ...had I been certain that that day would ever come.
I've spent a good deal more than $200, but at least I got to spread out the payments to pay for each individual part. (including about $50 in paint plus spray base, clear, & matte topcoats.)
In case you're so inclined to take up a new hobby, THESE are by the same artist, based in Hong Kong.
I just hefted it... I was wrong, it IS Glass chystal ...not wanting to put finger prints all over it, I hadn't handled it in quite a while, it's pretty heavy. As my Southern cousins used to say; "I wouldn't wanna get hit in the head with it doin' 80 mph!"
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