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Grishnákh 1/6 schaal

 

Weta 2619. Gelimiteerd tot 500 exemplaren. Formaat: 34 x 25 x 30 cm

A particularly cruel and conniving Orc, Grishnákh was the leader of a small troop sent to meet up with Uglúk's Uruk-hai scouts. Suspicious and greedy, Grishnákh was curious about the Wizard Saruman's plans for the captive Hobbits Merry and Pippin.

Though his followers were concerned with little other than their grumbling stomachs, the seed of some greater purpose had taken hold in Grishnákh's mind. When the troop was attacked upon the eaves of Fangorn Forest by Rohirrim horsemen, the scheming Orc sought to use the cover of battle to sneak away with Uglúk's charges.

Even impaled by a spear, Grishnákh's ambitions were undaunted. Bent-backed and bow-legged, with black blood seeping from his gruesome wound, he pursued the Hobbits into the twisted woodland intent on murdering them and taking whatever prize they carried for himself.

Grishnákh is brought to you by master sculptor Jamie Beswarick, an accomplished artist who is one of Weta Workshop's longest-serving crew members, being part of the original Lord of the Rings crew. Grishnákh stands complete in 1:6 scale: weapon raised above his captives, moments before he met his death.

Tauriel of the Woodlands 1/6 schaal

 

Weta 2635. Dimensies: 23 x 37,5 x 18 cm. Gelimiteerd tot 800 stuks.

Captain of the King's guards, Tauriel was a Silvan Elf of the Woodland Realm. Though considered young among her kind, with but a few centuries of experience, Tauriel was spirited and bright. Her prowess as a warrior saw her lead hunting parties into the glowering dark of Mirkwood to burn out infestations of spiders and other foul things that now haunted the once fair forest.

As a character who was specifically created for The Hobbit motion picture trilogy, Tauriel presented a unique challenge to Weta Workshop's Design Studio. Designers sought to strike a balance between fierce huntress and feminine Elf through weapons and costume. Weta Workshop designer Paul Tobin matched Tauriel's fighting strength to that of Legolas with a signature set of daggers.

For wardrobe, costume designer Lesley Burkes Harding created a sense of continuity with Arwen's riding outfit in The Lord of the Rings. Rather than Elven silks beneath the travelling cloak, Tauriel wore a deerskin jacket and leather cuirass befitting the Captain of Thranduil's Guard. The leather armour was constructed by Weta Workshop's Cathy 'Tree' Harris, with leaf detailing by Kelly Marie and Daniel Falconer.

Capturing all this fine detail, from dual daggers to decorated armour, was sculptor Gary Hunt - no stranger to Middle-earth, having worked on both The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. Using the original screen-used daggers and costume as reference, Gary worked digitally in Zbrush to bring Tauriel to life.*

Galadriel, Dark Queen. 1/6 schaal

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Weta 2982. Hoogte: 40 cm. Gelimiteerd tot slechts 600 exemplaren.*