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NEW PRODUCT: Toyspower: 1/6 Qin Empire Lieutenant Army (Terracotta Warriors) movable doll CT012# (update armor piece drawing)

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Stryker2011

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This Qin Dynasty armor refers to the armor style of the Terracotta Warriors. It uses multi-layered parts based on real armor and refers to the manual connection of the terracotta armor . It restores the characteristics of Qin leather armor in terms of appearance and mobility.

In the eleventh century BC, Zhou Yiwu Liguo, conquered the world. It can only be circulated in the world, and all the descendants are divided into countries and countries. For this reason, the chaos of the country is not limited, the bonfires are endless, the princes are starting to rise, and the knives are facing each other for five hundred years.
In 230 BC, a prince from the northwest, the division of the tiger wolf was invincible. Within ten years, swept the Central Plains, annexed the princes, and ended the warring states, creating the first big unified country in Chinese history: Qin Empire.
In 1974, the terracotta warriors and horses broke out of the earth. This tried to destroy the six kingdoms and united the soldiers of Jiangshan. After sleeping for two thousand years at the end of the earth, they returned to the world. Today, I am resurrected with the image of 1:6 dolls, this mighty master who laid the foundation for creating the first big unified country in Chinese history.

A " primary color" version (moderately old)
B " black" version (moderately old)
C " stone" version (moderately old)
D "red color" version (heavy old) - (blind box lottery)
Purchase A models have the opportunity to get D "red color" heavily old version


Basic configuration list:
Head carving x1
Armor x1
Body shape x1
Outerwear x1
Underwear x1
Pants x1
Socks x1
Leggings x2
Handmade boots x1
Waist pack x1
Kettle x1
Belt x1
戟 ( metal ) x1
Hand type x3
Prime body x1

Estimated shipping time: fourth quarter of 2019

Toyspower 1/6 scale figure Elite Troops of Qin Empire (Terra-cotta Warriors)

In the eleventh century BC, Zhou Dynastyestablished his country by force and conquered the world. Since the throne canonly be passed on to one son, the other sons and descendants will get fiefs to relate dependent countries in Zhou Dynasty. As a result, dozens of countriesemerged Since then, more than 500 years of war have been waged between these dependent countries.
In 230 BC, a leader from a northwestern dependentcountry led an invincible army to overwhelm all the countries. Within tenyears, he swept across the Central Plains, annexed the other countries andended the Warring States Period, creating the first unified country in Chinesehistory: the Qin Empire.
In 1974, Terracotta Warriors and Horsesburst out of the earth, which destroyed six countries, a unified army of riversand mountains. After sleeping in the ground for two thousand years, they wereseen before the world. Today, with 1:6 figures., we Have resurrected thismighty military master who made great achievements and laid the foundation for the first unified country in Chinese history.

Section A "Primary Color" Version (moderate level weathered paintwork)
Section B "Black Color" Version (moderate level weathered paintwork)
Section C "Stone Color" Version (moderate level weathered paintwork)
Section D "Intense Color" Version (Intense level weathered paintwork) (Luck draw)
Purchase of Section A has the opportunity to get the Section D " Intense Color " Version


Configuration:
Elaborate-carvingheadx1
Body armor x1
Shaping clothes x1
Coat x1
Underwears x1
Pants x1
Socks x1
Leg wrappings x2
Boots x1
Pocket x1
Canteen x1
Waist belt x1
Halberd( metal ) x1
Hands (pairs) x3
Movable body x1

Delivery at the 4nd quarter of 2019.

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It is a nice-looking figure but on the real armour those dots aren't rivets, they are small patches of lacing. The plates have two holes close together. The lacing goes out one hole and into the other so that only a short length is exposed on the surface.

The detail is more evident on some than others. Here are a couple that show that they are not rivets.

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I love these. Pretty close to the source material. I do wish they had labeled the different versions (in Latin characters) on the actual images, so that we can tell them apart more easily.

shazzdan wrote:It is a nice-looking figure but on the real armour those dots aren't rivets, they are small patches of lacing. The plates have two holes close together. The lacing goes out one hole and into the other so that only a short length is exposed on the surface.

Interesting catch.


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Thirteen suits of armour were found in a tomb in Leigudun dating to the same time period as the Terracotta Warriors. Reconstructions look a lot like the armour depicted on those figures. It confirmed that the plates were laced together, not riveted, and it confirmed that they were made from lacquered rawhide, not metal.


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It appears to be missing the scarf too. The makers of the above figure seem to have thought that the neck padding was part of the undertunic but the Chinese used a separate scarf to stop chafing at the neck. The Roman version was called a focale.


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shazzdan wrote:It appears to be missing the scarf too. The makers of the above figure seem to have thought that the neck padding was part of the undertunic but the Chinese used a separate scarf to stop chafing at the neck. The Roman version was called a focale.

This does seem to have been a significant oversight. The scarf always jumps out at me when looking at the actual terracotta warriors, and making the tunic's "collar" higher doesn't create the same effect. As for the armor, their description does confirm that this is intended to represent leather.


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GubernatorFan wrote:As for the armor, their description does confirm that this is intended to represent leather.

Yep. I never meant to imply otherwise. The thickness of the plates and the brown colour suggest that they were trying to simulate hide and it looks pretty realistic except for the colour. The lacquer used on these armours was usually red or black, not brown. The Leigudun ones were black IIRC.


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