The 'box' art for this nice little kit.
Yet another eBay acquisition that captured my fancy for reasons Ican't explain. I call it “Fat Bastard” although this 1/24
scale scene really didn't have a name in the listing per se. I suppose I could be happy with calling is “Bacchus and his court” although the main figure's horns present a more demonic theme than anything else.
Having said that, this kit extremely detailed to the point were some of the features were practically invisible and difficult to figure out where
they went since they weren't apparent in the single photograph I had to work from in the eBay listing.
character was comprised of seven parts, nicely cast in a dark gray resin that seems to be the standard casting medium from China. The figure is very much like one you'd see in a Frank Frazetta painting and it wouldn't surprise me if it was. If I had a complaint
about this kit is would be that I wish it had been bigger, say, in 1/12 scale.
The two “attendants”
are elves or fairies as indicated by their pointy ears and the little demon or imp hovering about the bastard are fanciful in nature