Now you got one big ginormous Pitt
... and an itty bitty Timmy.
Pitt is awesome. He is almost worth the $60 you have to spend to get him. Well, ok not exactly ... but darn
Whoo boy. This guy looks great. His face is dead on perfect. He is greatly
disproportionate with his tiny head and overly long arms and
big feet. The details are excellent, with
torn pants, and muscles, and veins, and
the wrinkles of skin. I can't find a fault
in the sculpt and on a guy this big there
is a lot that could have gone wrong.
Score: 5.0 out of 5
great. His skin has a multitonal paint
job that gives it depth and makes him seem
alive. His pants have a fine level of drybrushing that makes them just seem real. The biggest
disappointment is the chains. They are sculpted fine but barely painted and stand out as what
they are. A single piece of plastic. It almost ruins the piece but is saved by the rest of it.
Score: 4.5 out of
35 points on a ten inch figure is impressive ... but do they work well? Well he has the
typical ball jointed neck, shoulders, and hips. For some reason they went with single jointed knees and elbows. These don't actually allow much motion due to
his bulk. It only moves about 45 degrees but the weight of his hands cause it to fall back to about 30 degrees. So his arms are either straight
or... almost straight. Luckily the ball jointed shoulders and wrist help make up for the weak elbows. His fingers are individually jointed at the
knuckle and the middle joint. Kind of like Savage Dragon's hands but without the thumb joint. This helps a lot in adding character to his posing. He
does have a joint in his man ponytail, but the hair only looks good in one position. To sum up, he has over the average articulation for a figure his
size, but a third of it is difficult to use or doesn't really help.
Score: 4.0 out of 5