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NEW PRODUCT: Asmus Collectibles: 1/6 scale The Lord of the Rings: Galadriel

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Stryker2011

Stryker2011
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GALADRIEL
Category The Lord of the Rings

Product Type Sixth Scale Figure

Director Andy Hsu

Head Supervisor SHand

Sculpter Pichet Pitsuwan

Clothing Wan Wong

Accessories Livy Zheng Po Sen Lee

Painting MATA (Original Asmus Toys Design Team)

Manufactured by Asmus Toys

Product ID:LOTR019
$210.00USD



ASMUS TOYS THE LORD OF THE RING SERIES: GALADRIEL

(Product ID: LOTR019)



The GALADRIEL Sixth Scaled Figure features:

Authentic and detailed fully realistic likeness of GALADRIEL from The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

· Asmus Toys Eva female body

· Approximately 28 cm tall

· Over 32 points of articulation


Features:

· One pair of relaxed posture hands

· Two pairs of vest holding hands
. One pair of fist


Special Features on Clothing:

· One pair of long Elvish gown

· One pair of long slip

· One pearl belt


Special Features in Accessories:

· One Elvish kettle
. Two Nenya, the Ring of Adamant


ASMUS TOYS ONLINE STORE EXCLUSIVE :

· Mirror of Galadriel
· Altar of Galadriel

Est. Shipping Date : August 2020

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PitViper

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Definitely not my cup of tea, but kudos to the artist for capturing the likeness of Cate Blanchett so well.


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The top part of the hair looks weird. Might get the gown for kitbashing, though.

lurpdog101

lurpdog101
really nice likeness of Cate Blanchett!

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skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
Well, I am pleased they finally made her, and the face/headsculpt seems pretty nice. The diorama piece is also really neat. 

The hair and the gown.... hmm. Gown seems decent enough, but I guess I'm just surprised they went with this particular hairstyle and overall 'look', rather than the one with the circlet. This style is quite scene-specific, if I recall. The top part of the hair seems like a good solution to the issues with hairlines that Asmus seems to have, but at the same time I'm not totally convinced. it does look a bit odd. Trying to be open minded though. : ) 

I'm always super happy to see female characters in gowns being made in 1/6 scale, and even moreso happy to see this character/actress portrayed, so overall this a welcome release. I don't really have room in my collection for her though, and probably only would have use for the headscupt.... but I haven't had a ton of luck with finding Asmus LotR heads parted out, so I'm not sure how realistic it would be to be able to find one on its own.

GubernatorFan

GubernatorFan
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From certain angles, at least, the likeness is excellent. I agree that the hair on the final product might be a point of concern -- especially the front top part -- but overall very nicely done.


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Stryker2011

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The hair line makes her look like she’s wearing a wig, but I can live with it — hopefully it’s something that can be futzed with enough to fix. It’s a truly remarkable sculpt, and I’ve already put her on PO on the Asmus site. They addressed the gown issue (saying it was an absolute pain in the butt to even attempt. And, they also mentioned that the crown isn’t included as this is supposed to be the very scene the pedestal/mirror belongs to — a slightly odd choice, but then, all along fans/collectors were asking for that very accessory of them. Also, due to the thickness of the hair, and the delicate nature of the crown, I would imagine it might not have ended up looking all that good, anyway. It seems all the Elves (aside from Legolas) have had very scene specific choices made for their figures (like Arwen’s riding habit, and Elrond’s armor), that haven’t been exactly representative of their overall appearance.


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skywalkersaga

skywalkersaga
Yes, that's what I meant about the outfit being 'scene-specific' -- I wasn't aware that 'fans' were asking for that particular scene, but I guess since Asmus pays direct attention to that sort of thing it makes sense they would do so. Personally, I'd rather them have gone for a more general look --- after all, a diorama piece and props could always be found/created by oneself. But that's just me, and I get that people who just want to collect stuff as-is aren't going to be thinking like that. 

Speaking of customization, if I were going to get this one, I'd probably end up re-hairing it anyway, so the wig issue isn't too much of a big deal. I noticed the lack of circlet simply cause that's my sort of 'go-to' look for depictions of the film version of her. And yes, I agree that it probably would have a) been tough to get it to sit right on her head, and b) ended up giving her 'helmet hair', but I can't help but be partial to it... probably cause I'm influenced by the gorgeous Tonner doll that had that look. :3 

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brassco

brassco
wow...i was rewatching LOTR right now...i will not be preordering this yet, as i would like to see in hands pictures...if the likeness is not there in the final product, it would be a waste of money!

agentghost

agentghost
WOW.. what a weird nose. From a certain angle, she looks like a DUDE with blonde wig. I will sit this one out

shazzdan

shazzdan
The thought the Elizabeth headsculpt was a better likeness of Blanchett.


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Delanie

Delanie
I thought that too Shazzdan but unfortunately that one is a darker blond and no points to her ears, although it was rumoured that Elizabeth was of supernatural origin (probably Spanish misinformation)

I've pre-ordered her if I'm being honest the actor who plays the characters is not overly important to me unless its relevant and the figure looks realistic.

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