Last stage of production of the statue based on "Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris"
Yesterday, Gaming Heads shared some new images of the production of the new statue based on the video game of "Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris" (2014). The statue is in its final phase of production and the shipments are being prepared.
FYI The statue suffered a further delay, after about 2 ½ years of waiting. The commercial launch is expected to be at the end of May.
This dynamic and exciting statue of Lara Croft features her caught in action, leaping from a rock firing her dual-pistols straight ahead. She's wearing her famous turquoise tank-top and cargo shorts, and her hair back in a long ponytail. The remains of an Ancient Egyptian relic are emerging from the sand behind her, and hieroglyphics line the rim of the base. From the base to the top of Lara's head, the statue measures 18 inches tall, and is cast from polystone resin with skillfully hand-crafted details.
The statue includes deluxe, full-color packaging, a hand numbered base, and a validation card which allows you to purchase the same model number in future releases in the Tomb Raider collection.
Limited to 1000 pieces worldwide for the standard edition and 500 for the exclusive edition.