Generations Bio: Ashur & sneak peak at C2E2 Exclusive

Generations updates roll forward with the Bio of Ashur, brother of Leonidas and uncle to Leo

ASHURBIO

As well as this bio I got a sneak peak from my partners Josh and Adam at True Cast Studio, behold the first look at the Limited Edition Alberto Corazon 5″ Lion.  Cleaned up and refined by Marty “THEGODBEAST” Hansen this sculpt is epic in person (as you saw from the Kansas City pictures).

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NONE of this is painted, it is a truly impressive engineering feat by the guys which allows for the multiple colors to fit together, and provide a colored appearance without the use of paint on the body. There will be paint on the final limited editions but it will be in certain areas to compliment the overall casting.

More details on its release, the LTD numbers and the price will be coming before C2E2. Just remember we will also be doing a lower priced single color run of Lions to try to get these into as many hands and as many budgets as we can.

If successful we would love to revisit this project with some other characters in a larger scale to compliment our PVC line and further the brand for our fans.

 

Posted in News Updates | 5 Comments

5 Responses to Generations Bio: Ashur & sneak peak at C2E2 Exclusive

  1. Michael J. Hilliard says:

    In regards to the figure, WOW!

    And that’s all I can say. And that’s because words fail me.

    After seeing that I would like colored figures. Don’t care about the price.

  2. Feroz Nazir says:

    I really wish I could see the front of the Alberto Corazon figure, because the picture from the back already looks amazing.

    I do care about the price, but can’t help think about how amazing it would be to have all the characters from MWOTR in this form.

    • Mark says:

      Well just keep in mind these are all hand made like our prototype minis so they will be priced accordingly for material and time.

      But if the response is good we might pursue doing this with some other characters and possibly getting them made in Vinyl which like the PVC for our minis would reduce the price quite a bit.

  3. Feroz Nazir says:

    That “Sacrifice” move should really be called the “Backfire”…

    • Mark says:

      You would think so, but not always. The level of success is solely dependent on the person using it, there is a reason its the family finisher 😉

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