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If you share my "Uncontrollable-desire-to-collect-every-model-that-can-be-reasonably-made-into-a-Canoness" syndrome, you should check this Latest Armorcast Model. If this does not scream winged Canoness at you, than I don't know what will.
As a matter of fact, it resembles SOB imaginary so nicely, I am almost afraid that Armorcat might be getting a phone call from some sad, suit-dressed guys from London soon, so I ordered my copy of that sculpt soon after it was released. Support those guys (which turned their business around and are producing more and better resin pieces locally) and buy one for yourself!
I know that with 5ED winged Canoness will lose some of its feasibility, but the sculpt is well worth the price IMHO!
PS. I do not work for Armorcast or anything, but enjoy several pieces that I got from them over years and I am sure you would to!
I'm not too keen on wings for the Canoness (I'd probably save them for another model).
Wings on a Living Saint would be perfect though.
 Is that a brazier she's holding in her left hand?
Last edited by CBrate; July 2nd, 2008 at 12:47.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Yes, that looks like a brazier in the left hand.
Size - identical with SOB models.
Website does not mention it, but there is an option in the pack to replace wings with an open book plus some chains and a skull hanging on her back for those that do not like wings on her. Inspecting the model closely (received mine today) it is a good quality sculpt.