Have I mentioned we love this show? I marathoned most of the first season after a friend showed me an episode, and just before Christmas we decided Naga should be a 'for fun' project. Since then things got a little bit more complex than we originally intended (all that tack for instance!), but she's finally done!
She's a big girl, almost two feet long (about 22"), and roughly 9.5" high; big enough that she'd be a proportionate mount for some of the smaller ball joint dolls. She's a one of a kind; this is an original sculpt/pattern and not a cast. There won't be any casts, sorry! She's sewn using a variety of plush ice white furs, and painted to match. Her plastic joints make her poseable, with a realistic range of movement, and able to hold a pose beautifully. Her tack is handmade as well, using walnut dyed leather, nickle hardware and sewn felt. It can be removed via two clips; one at the girth, and one for the breast collar.We are THRILLED to announce that Naga is going to live with Lauren Montgomery, who is among other amazing things, supervising producer and storyboard artist for the Legend of Korra.
Thanks so much Lauren!