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Old 06-30-2018, 02:29 PM   #41
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Yes, we took new pictures of Arhian Pirate, and we already updated the website.

Thanks everyone for the comments and opinions about the statues - we are listening!

Louis
ARH updated the pictures and seems to use the old names of the http-files. So old pictures are overloaded by new ones. I just put a link to the new picture and seems to be like I discribed it.
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Old 07-09-2018, 09:03 AM   #42
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True. Although, I think Zeus didn't sell well only because they cut corners on him. I bought him and for the most part I like him but his unimaginative base and pose could've been done a lot better. Ares, Athena and Poseidon had no problem selling because their designs were great and thought out so that they fit each character and spared no detail, especially Ares.
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no piece is perfect, all have issues, but still money is how it goes. people asked forever for zeus, and then they don't do well why take a risk when other stuff sells
I bought Zeus but found it to be a major disappointment. His pose is weak, and he seems small compared to the other gods, whose elaborate bases give off a sense of grandeur. Zeus was also one of the statues they produced fully in-house, and I felt like it was a noticeably more cheaply produced statue. At one point I was a diehard ARH fan and had bought a ton of their stuff, but between the poor service and the art direction, I don't see myself getting another statue unless it's a home run mythological character.
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Old 07-10-2018, 04:43 AM   #43
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I bought Zeus but found it to be a major disappointment. His pose is weak, and he seems small compared to the other gods, whose elaborate bases give off a sense of grandeur. Zeus was also one of the statues they produced fully in-house, and I felt like it was a noticeably more cheaply produced statue. At one point I was a diehard ARH fan and had bought a ton of their stuff, but between the poor service and the art direction, I don't see myself getting another statue unless it's a home run mythological character.
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Old 07-10-2018, 06:46 AM   #44
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I bought Zeus but found it to be a major disappointment. His pose is weak, and he seems small compared to the other gods, whose elaborate bases give off a sense of grandeur. Zeus was also one of the statues they produced fully in-house, and I felt like it was a noticeably more cheaply produced statue. At one point I was a diehard ARH fan and had bought a ton of their stuff, but between the poor service and the art direction, I don't see myself getting another statue unless it's a home run mythological character.


Lets see if ARH learned his lesson and that HADES is more epic~!
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