I would also like to see.
Ruby Roundhouse (JUMANJI 2017)
Shanna the She Devil
Sheena Queen of the Jungle
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If someone made either the figure or a kit for Valeria from Conan the Barbarian, I'd buy a couple. It blows me away HT hasn't picked up the Conan license--if they did, someone would make Valeria almost immediately, I would think.
Xena: Warrior Princess!
I'm really surprised that no-one has made a Zena: Warrior Queen / Thena: Warrior Goddess / Whoever: Warrior Knockoff based on Xena.
Lucy Lawless was (and still is) a gorgeous woman, the costume and weaponry are iconic and for non-Xena fans (if there is such a thing), she'd still make a good Amazonian / generic barbarian warrior woman for their displays.
Marion Ravenwood... Well of Souls torn dress... or Raven Bar... There are some custom heads out there but they're just so-so...
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For my own part, I'd love to see:
1) 1/6-scale "Gibson Girl"/Edwardian Era ladies similar to those that Franklin Mint has released in the past in 16" (I actually purchased one of the "Josephine" vinyl dolls the other day), since I'm a huge fan of the Belle Epoque. In particular, I'd love to have a Lillian Russell figure with all the appropriate outfits and accessories.
2) More classic-Hollywood actress figures. I have Star Ace's "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" ("Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend" pink gown) Marilyn Monroe, and I've kitbashed several other Marilyn figures over the last month, including her gold gown (also released by Star Ace, but I wanted to do my own) since the loose Marilyn head is so readily available, and I have the Audrey Hepburn "Breakfast at Tiffany's" figure (also by Star Ace) on my shopping list, but I want other stars. In no particular order, and not an exclusive list:
Ava Gardner (from my neck of the woods, more or less, as she hailed from North Carolina; she was my grandfather's favorite actress)
Rita Hayworth (in her famous "Put The Blame on Mame" outfit from Gilda)
Lana Turner (possibly her iconic white The Postman Always Rings Twice outfit)
Joan Collins (possibly wearing something from Dynasty)
Vivien Leigh (Franklin Mint already put her out in 16" some years ago)
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Firstly, I would like to strongly second (or third?) a proper Sandahl Bergman as Valeria from Conan the Barbarian (but why do I suspect that some of you would complain that her build were too unfeminine if accurate?); also, Grace Jones as Zula from Conan the Destroyer would be excellent (although, again, this seems as if it might not be such a stretch for TBL with their already “athletic” female build; and much-needed additional skin tones already seem to be sufficiently in demand).
As for body types, give us a full-figured woman. Ashley Graham as a quasi-medieval warrior would be an interesting design - not to mention quite empowering for the “real women” feminist cause that she so valiantly champions.
And perhaps slightly tangential; how about a mermaid accessory / body suit that could be slipped over the legs and waist of current female figures? How difficult could that be? Pardon me, but, there are fancier condoms than that.
As for head sculpts that I’d personally like to see justly done, and for each of which I’d pay many a yen…
(Far from a complete list, but just to name a few…)
-Rhona Mitra (Someone said it. This needs to happen. She’s so bad…)
-Caterina Mureno (Another Bond gal who exudes “It Factor,” and sizzled on the screen with unforgettable allure as the ever-disregarded Solange in Casino Royale, 2006)
-Amy Robach (That’s right, from GMA...)
With regard to sculpt expressions, they should all be somewhat sultry, and impassioned - which is, of course, what puts the proverbial heat into the hotcake!
And by the way, why doesn’t TBL simply produce their own line of head sculpts when clearly there’s a market for such?
How I dream of anxiety-free, perfect tonal matches to their own existing bodies, and I’m quite sure I’m not the only one…
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EDIT: Just checked their FAQ. They don't prohibit it, but it seems that if you submit a photo of a celebrity for a headsculpt, it should be for your personal use only - reselling would definitely be a no-no!1. Can I submit photos of a celebrity or copyrighted images?
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Question: in the absence of commissioning a custom head (I wrote thisisyourface.com last week but haven't gotten a reply from them yet), does anyone know of a female head sculpt that's a reasonably decent resemblance to Dita Von Teese, or would be with fairly minimal touching-up/repainting?
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