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Morland Studios March Releases. 32mm Sybil, Steampunk Lady & 54mm Sybil Bust

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  • Morland Studios March Releases. 32mm Sybil, Steampunk Lady & 54mm Sybil Bust

    This month we are releasing a 32mm Sybil, Steampunk Lady and a 54mm Sybil bust. Both of these were sculpted by Patrick Keith and are limited to 200 resin copies. There will be no metal editions of these figures.





    http://morlandstudios.com/store/

    • Darklord
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      Got some of these in the flesh and they are quite nice actually in real life

    • Vern
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      Quite like the 32mm version (& can see me picking it up), not sure about the bust though

    • Gi6ers
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      Awful proportions on the 32, she needs to be a head taller at least.
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