Art 200: Murderbot 2.0

Murderbot 2.0
By Free Karate Chops

Qin Shi by Free Karate Chops

This custom M.U.S.C.L.E. figure was designed, built, and cast by Free Karate Chops. It is cast in resin. It is unknown all of the different colors that were available. The buyer receives a random color. I received a counterfeit-like M.U.S.C.L.E. color.

The figure cost $5 and, as of writing, is still available.

The figure appears to mainly be build on the body of the #127 figure with arms from the #135 figure.

I loved this figure 100 times more than I expected. I loved it 1,000 times more than I expected. And I don’t expect you to love it as much as I do. Let me explain.

I bought this figure because it was $5. I couldn’t pass on a deal so good. I figured I had nothing to lose. The figure didn’t do much for me when I first saw it, but I should be the high-priest of “Wait Until It’s In Hand” church. I was reserving my final judgment.

When it arrived I literally thought, “Did he just send me a counterfeit figure?”

Without hesitation I looked at my counterfeit figures. It wasn’t there. Holy shit.

The coloring of this figure absolutely fooled me and made me fall in love with him. I don’t know if this was intentional or a happy accident, but I love it. I would love for other artists to start chasing those counterfeit M.U.S.C.L.E. qualities.

Many of my reviews end with an endorsement and/or suggestion to buy the figure. I’m hesitant to make that suggestion because I recognize I’m blinded by my love of the texture and coloring of this figure. However, I can easily say that I would take the $5 gamble.

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