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    #41
    That Legolas with rooted hair looks incredible. However I have no interest in mixed media and the sculpted one doesn’t impress me too much. I’m also sticking with P1’s Legolas but I’m curious about that Gandalf. Hopefully they offer a sculpted version. It would pair really well next to my P1’s Gandalf vs Balrog Dio

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      #42
      I’m glad I only collect swords. I’d be tempted on some of these 1/2 scale pieces tbh. The Legolas is the best likeness I think to date and as much as I don’t like mixed media if the production pieces looks like those prototypes the Legolas works really well as mixed media.

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        #43
        That Legolas really is amazing. If they made a Galadriel like that or a Gandalf in a better pose I don't think I'd be able to resist.

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            #45
            Sauron’s sculpting(?) looks good, but the paint job could be better. It almost looks like oversized version of Gentle Giant’s Sauron bust.

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              #46
              I agree with you Ithildin , at this point it is not necessary to point out that these pieces are from LOTR
              I am fascinated with the Nazgul piece though. I typically don't go for large pieces due to the lack of space to display them, but this one is really testing my will power. I also like that the base on this one is Weathertop

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                #47
                I'd say that base is Weathertop, which makes sense that is the most iconic Ringwraith scene/location and the pose of the bust is from the attack on Weathertop.

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                  #48
                  Originally posted by TMcLim View Post
                  I'd say that base is Weathertop, which makes sense that is the most iconic Ringwraith scene/location and the pose of the bust is from the attack on Weathertop.
                  That’s what I meant, not good to jump on the forum before you had your first coffee

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                    #49
                    Originally posted by MiddleEarthFanPA View Post

                    That’s what I meant, not good to jump on the forum before you had your first coffee
                    Haha no worries, I really like this bust, I'm not usually one for mixed media but I might make this an exception, any guesses at the price?

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                      #50
                      Originally posted by TMcLim View Post

                      Haha no worries, I really like this bust, I'm not usually one for mixed media but I might make this an exception, any guesses at the price?
                      I am going to guess at $2500~$3k

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                        #51
                        Originally posted by MiddleEarthFanPA View Post
                        I agree with you Ithildin , at this point it is not necessary to point out that these pieces are from LOTR
                        I am fascinated with the Nazgul piece though. I typically don't go for large pieces due to the lack of space to display them, but this one is really testing my will power. I also like that the base on this one is Weathertop

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                        I don't have any interest in anything this big, but I do find it strange that they made some amalgamation of the Ringwraith and Witchking armor. I know it is never seen on screen at all, but it these kind of details that always distract me from ever enjoying a piece.


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                          #52
                          Originally posted by MiddleEarthFanPA View Post

                          I am going to guess at $2500~$3k
                          Hmm, do you think? It's mostly cloth, arms and sword. I'm hoping that it's around $1500-1800

                          Interesting about the armor Andrew. I didn't know the differences between the two. Looking at the bust, the discrepancies don't bother me personally but I can see how it would to others. Thanks for posting the photos.

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                            #53
                            Originally posted by MiddleEarthFanPA View Post

                            I am going to guess at $2500~$3k
                            I hope not haha at 1000- 1500 I'd be interested

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                              #54
                              Originally posted by TMcLim View Post

                              Haha no worries, I really like this bust, I'm not usually one for mixed media but I might make this an exception, any guesses at the price?

                              If Legolas is between € 2000-2400, this is also expected to be the same price.

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                                #55
                                Originally posted by bishop View Post


                                If Legolas is between € 2000-2400, this is also expected to be the same price.
                                The regular edition was much cheaper, this Ringwraith doesn't have thousands of hair strands to put in place so I think it might be cheaper.

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                                  #56
                                  Originally posted by TMcLim View Post

                                  The regular edition was much cheaper, this Ringwraith doesn't have thousands of hair strands to put in place so I think it might be cheaper.

                                  Will we see how high the price will be soon ?!

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                                    #57
                                    Originally posted by Ithildin View Post

                                    Hmm, do you think? It's mostly cloth, arms and sword. I'm hoping that it's around $1500-1800

                                    Interesting about the armor Andrew. I didn't know the differences between the two. Looking at the bust, the discrepancies don't bother me personally but I can see how it would to others. Thanks for posting the photos.
                                    I guess it depends on the finish of the armor and blade, if these are just painted resin I am sure the piece could be lower, if they offer an option with metal parts I think the price would be higher.

                                    N2Darkness thanks for the photos, I did not even realize there was a difference in the armor. Once again, your eye for detail is unmatched

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                                      #58
                                      The weather top base is a really great idea depicting the iconic moment.

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                                        #59
                                        Nitpick of the week brought to you free of charge: the pommel on the sword looks like it's bent backwards a fair bit. If you draw a straight line down the centre of the hilt, it will not line up (not even close) with the centre of the down point on the pommel.

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                                          #60
                                          Originally posted by Valkrist View Post
                                          Nitpick of the week brought to you free of charge: the pommel on the sword looks like it's bent backwards a fair bit. If you draw a straight line down the centre of the hilt, it will not line up (not even close) with the centre of the down point on the pommel.
                                          Is this what you're referring to? If so, it's not that bad imo...

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