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New from .karol Rudyk Art multiple sizes Joan of Arc

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Zastrow.cuirassier, Dec 18, 2020.

  1. Zastrow.cuirassier PlanetFigure Supporter

    You may not be familiar with this Polish brand Karol Rudy Art, it is time for those who make forays into the world of fantastic figurines to discover it.
    Yet the latest novelty is not so unreal.
    Available in several scales, 32mm / 75mm and in 1/10 bust
    The French heroine of the Hundred Years War:
    Jeanne D'ARC / Joan of Arc (for Anglo-Saxons)
    Sculpture: Thorbjorn Barone
    Concept: Sungryun Park

    The Bust:

    The 32mm figure :

    The 75mm figure :

    Other creation by Karol Rudy Art :
    Amitriel the Fallen Angel 75mm resin

    Dimitr Von Goray 75mm resin

    Beauty & The Beast resin bust 1/10

    Draco the Impaler resin bust 1/10
    More figures, bust information and how to order :
    That's all folks , see you soon and take care of you and friends, stay safe !

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  2. Babelfish A Fixture

    A great release. I'm definitely tempted by the 75mm full figure version. The first figure that I ever painted was the Airfix 1/12 scale Joan Of Arc when I was about 8 years old :eek:. This one is in a similar pose but of course is light years ahead in terms of quality.

    - Steve
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  3. Billy Dickinson PlanetFigure Supporter

    I can vouch for Karol Rudyk Art's creations. They are imaginative, off beat without being over the top, well sculpted and quite reasonable priced, shipping as well. The site is definitely worth a visit.

  4. Kimmo A Fixture

    When I first saw this, I thought it was about time someone released a good Jane Wiedlin bust. But in all seriousness, the other Joan of Arcs out there are all too stylised, this captures the essence of the Maid of Orleans I think. It manages to be historically appropriate (I'm no expert on the period, but it certainly looks realistic) and feminine without resorting to gaudiness.

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  5. Jaybo Well-Known Member

    32mm? Do you mean 1/32 scale or 54mm?
  6. Zastrow.cuirassier PlanetFigure Supporter

    32mm is 32mm like 28mm for ONIRIA;)
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  8. Jaybo Well-Known Member

    If it available in 54 mm I would buy it. Thanks Monsieur Zastrow and Joyeux Noel.
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  9. Tommi A Fixture

    It looks 3D printed so can be produced in whatever scale you like

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  10. OldTaff PlanetFigure Supporter

    Ordered one in 75mm....agree with Kimmo entirely...this is such a beautiful sculpt.

  11. JackG Active Member

    It likely is 3D printed, but that would be cleaned up and used to make a master. If they sent out 3D prints that would include a lot of clean up by the buyer. I imagine it would also be higher priced as well since printing material, at least the better quality, is not priced like resin. I could be wrong though ...

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