Spacial Siblings

It’s fun to finally see these two standing side by side. The Outlander is heavily based upon the lines and proportions laid out in the original traveler figure. The original Pheyden (and other travelers) is my favorite of Onell Design’s figure selection so being allowed to pay homage to them as well as put my own spin on a figure in the same vein is a real dream.

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The legs and arms deviate from the original traveler formula. The arms have a peg and socket at the elbow and wrist so you can approximate a number of poses and arm configurations. The Legs have useful swivels in the ankles for added stability. The Chest piece can be reversed and used in two different configurations.

Below is a piece count production breakdown page that was sent along with the figure to the factory for further clarity.

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I’ll be posting more sneak peeks soon so check back often!
Comparison pics with existing Glyos compatible figures, custom builds, contained builds, etc.

Note: These colors aren’t final or what you should expect. Test shots are run in a lower quality PVC that’s left over at the factory. These are just made so we can see if everything lines up right, fits together and can be pulled from the mold correctly.

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