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  • Pegaso Models June Release: 75mm French Revolutionary, 1789 & Samurai Hero Bust

    Pegaso Models June Release: 75mm French Revolutionary, 1789 & Samurai Hero Bust

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    French Revolutionary, 1789
    75-093
    Sculptor: Benoit Cauchies
    Painter: Massimo Pasquali
    Scale: 75mm
    Material: Metal
    Price: € 37,19

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    Samurai Hero
    200-044
    Sculptor: Viktor Konnov
    Painter: Riccardo Riva
    Scale: 1:9 (200mm)
    Material: Resin
    Price: € 42,98

    • Undave
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      Undave commented
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      Of all the models they could have put a wardrobe malfunction on why that one? It would have been quite good otherwise. I mean I'm all for boobs but there's a time and a place and just wanging them out on a mini for the sake of it is getting more than a bit tiresome.

    • Vern
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      Vern commented
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      *tsk* those French Girls ... I wonder if it's a nod towards Delacroix's Liberty or, as the sculptor is French, some less well known art work?

      Think the Tsuba eye patch spoils the Samurai - out of interest, does anyone any historical precedence for that, myth/legend or is just popular culture?

    • Captain Sprout
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      Captain Sprout commented
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      I agree, pointless wanging.

      Don't like either, but the nice thing about Pegaso is there is always something lovely round the corner.

      On the eye patch front I think its a reference to this Japanese Samurai hero

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yagy%C5...bei_Mitsuyoshi

      but I might be wrong.
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