ElodieMae.com preview next miniature

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Jan 8th, 2011
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ElodieMae.com have posted a preview of their next figure Mae-Anetta.

From their announcement:

 Mae-AnettaElodieMae.com are proud to preview the next miniature release in the Pin-up range. Mae-Anetta. (sculpted by Steve Buddle)

She will be ready for Pre-order on the 14/01/11.

Thank you.

  • Another great release. I look forward to the next one too!

  • Veritas

    What’s the reasoning behind the gun strapped to her calf/foot with the grip sticking straight out?That seems like a bizzare design choice. Other than that, it’s a nice mini.

  • Amarel

    What’s the reasoning behind the gun
    strapped to her calf/foot with the
    grip sticking straight out?

    It’s a Bayonetta thing… http://www.videogamesblogger.com/2010/01/03/bayonetta-walkthrough-videos-guide-xbox-360-ps3.htm

  • P-ko

    Very nice not-Bayonetta.

  • Nice and clean, good job man!

  • Great looking figure. This one will be ordered as well.

  • Blitz R

    So, how long before Sega file a case against these guys….call it what they want, it is a blatant abuse of another companies IP.

    Oh, wait, it’s Sega, not GW……my bad.

    As for the model itself, I quite like it. A little lacking in fine details, but it would be a fun model to paint as a distraction.

    • Zac

      So, how long before Sega file a case against these guys

      Not even as a joke. I want to try to avoid this sort of discussion here this year.

      • Basileus

        No criticism? Only positive, pro-manufacturer comments allowed then? Hm :/

        • How did you get that from Zac’s post? He was talking about avoiding lawsuit discussions.

          • ninja007

            Why “avoid” the most relevant & salient topics that are the most noteworthy like that?

          • Zac

            Because it has been a year of people making jokes and poorly informed comments about legal issues. It was “old” six months ago and its really old now.

            The comment we are all replying to was a joke anyway.

            Most people actually don’t understand the law, its not exactly easy stuff to be fair, and so these debates also tend to be fairly uninformed and, to be blunt, wrong.

            As well, the legal ramifications of a sculpt or title often have absolutely nothing to do with the news. Any possible legal response from Sega in regard to this is not the point of this news item.

        • Zac

          As Larkin points out I’m just tired of jokes, comments and references to lawsuits, C&D letters and IP law. Its been a year of it and I’m tired of it.

          How you got that I only want positive comments is beyond me.