What sculpt is that? It looks perfect
"...The agony of my soul found vent in one loud, long and final scream of despair..." - Edgar Allan Poe
WOW! That's great! Looks just like the magazine cover! I've always wondered 2 things though: 1) If LaMont Kranston is supposed to be the "wealthy young man about town", why does the artist give him a hook nose like his face is so ugly that it has to be covered by a mask? And 2) I have quite a few radio shows of The Shadow and I don't remember him using a gun. I wonder if he did in the periodical?
"Do you believe, you believe in magic?
'Cos I believe, I believe that I do,
Yes, I can see I believe that it's magic
If your mission is magic your love will shine true."
The weed of crime bears bitter fruit.... but that Shadow custom is SWWEEEET!! Great work D!
One of these identities—indeed, the best known—is Lamont Cranston, a "wealthy young man about town." In the pulps, Cranston is a separate character; Allard frequently disguises himself as Cranston and adopts his identity ("The Shadow Laughs," 1931). While Cranston travels the world, Allard assumes his identity in New York. In their first meeting, Allard/The Shadow threatens Cranston, saying that he has arranged to switch signatures on various documents and other means that will allow him to take over the Lamont Cranston identity entirely unless Cranston agrees to allow Allard to impersonate him when he is abroad. Terrified, Cranston agrees.
The two men sometimes meet in order to impersonate each other ("Crime over Miami," 1940). Apparently, the disguise works well because Allard and Cranston bear something of a resemblance to each other ("Dictator of Crime," 1941)." from Wikipedia
That is gorgeous...
Looking for Tong body style LHT/Australian release Ninjas of any color, and here's :::My Expansive Wants List::: WARNING: I am medical malady boy, and have recently proven to be chronic iffy-to-negligible-trader-response-guy. Like After School Special worthy. This is my self-imposed Scarlet Letter.
Neat, Derek. Really dig that head.
Now I'm going to start wanting that head, to see what I can do with it.
I wonder how hard (as in permeability, not difficulty) it is. If it's like CTVT's other heads, then it's going to be more than somewhat squishy.
I just might try rooting it with saran hair, just to see how it turns out.