Grishnakh Lord of the Rings Sixth Scale Collectible Figure z Pána Prsten

Grishnakh Lord of the Rings Sixth Scale Collectible Figure  z Pána Prsten
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Věkové omezení:14
Skladem:poslední kusy
Kategorie:FIGURKY, SOŠKY, POSTAVIČKY PRO SBĚRATELE
Kód:NC61394
Výrobce: Asmus Collectible Toys
MotivPÁN PRSTENŮ (Lord of the rings)


Cena 7 493,00 Kč s 21% DPH

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Soška Grishnakh vytvořená podle filmové předlohy The Lord of The Rings vycházející z grafického designu Sixth Scale Figure line je vysoká cca 30 cm s detailním zpracováním.

What about their legs, they don t need those." Grishnakh, he orc that almost ate Merry and Pippin, joins the sixth scale army of Saruman - and he is after some fresh meat.

The Grishnakh sixth scale collectible figure was created based on his image in the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and features over 36 points of articulation, a special fur cape and armor, and an orc sword. Order yours now and build an army worthy of Mordor!

The next release is Grishnakh, an evil orc captain in the service of Sauron. While he is definitely a B player (and that is being generous), he did play an important role with Merry and Pippin and came to a rather spectacular end. Since Asmus has already produced Merry and Pippin, adding their tormentor makes perfect sense.

But they also know that he is not going to be as popular as someone like the recent Gandalf, and they are adjusting the production numbers in response to 500.

His neat hair style works well where he is in repose, resting in a very Orc-like chair, acting very much the captain. The mussed hair is more fitting to the character though. Once you have the hair looking just the way you like, it will amplify a truly amazing sculpt. His portrait is easily the best work.

It is realistic thanks to the skin texture and wrinkling, and the fantastic detailing on the teeth and gums is eye popping good. He has also emotive, with a snarly, petulant, nasty expression.

Backing up an amazing sculpt is an amazing paint job, again the best we have seen from Asmus so far.

The mottled skin hangs skeletal over the face, and he has a couple rather nasty moles that he should have someone look at. The blue eyes are piercing and hauntingly real, and the wet appearance of the teeth, gums, and lips completes the overall impression of cruel reality. This is a paint job that rivals Hot Toys at their best.

There is some additional work on the various pieces of armor, and it is all quite well done. The mottled color gives the plastic armor a metallic, aged, weathered appearance that fits with the characters personality perfectly.

He comes with six hands: a pair of splayed fingers, a pair of gripping hands, and a pair of relaxed hands. His other necessary accessory is his evil looking blade, with a wrapped handle. The dirty, nasty looking blade will kill you with disease if it doesn t kill you immediately. The weapon is plastic which means it is light weight, but has the look of real metal.

Now for the nice to have. He comes with a basic display base with the LOTR logo, which is consistent and useful. Not necessary, since he can stand great on his own, but still nice to have. The outfit includes the underlying pants and long sleeve shirt, the outer short sleeved, armored tunic, a belt, the armored fur chest/collar piece, and armored guards for the shins, forearms, and biceps.

Still, it is a special extra: the huge spear that was used to kill poor Grishnakh. The shaft is done up with a half loop that wraps around his side, allowing you to place it on his body and make it appear as though it is piercing him back to front.

Think Steve Martin, and the arrow through the head he used to wear in his stand up routine. There is some nicely sculpted translucent blood splattering out at the exit point as well, and the overall effect looks great. In fact, this is the sort of accessory that is usually considered nifty at first but then ends up in a drawer someplace. Combine this figure with Merry and Pippin and use the spear to recreate his death scene, and you might have the display option of choice.

The outfit includes the underlying pants and long sleeve shirt, the outer short sleeved, armored tunic, a belt, the armored fur chest/collar piece, and armored guards for the shins, forearms, and biceps.

There is some nice mixed media pieces here, and the inclusion of the fur on the shoulders and legs works great. The saber teeth look decent, although there are some mold lines on a few of the edges. The sculpting and paint on the various pieces of armor give the impression of metal, when they are all made of plastic.



PLEASE NOTE: Due to the small edition size and the great demand for this item, allocations are expected to occur.

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