While older Kirin tend to be tend to be protective over their herd and land, younger male Kirin love to wander far and wide. Marinus in particular is usually seen on seaside beaches, enjoying the salty sea air and exploring every nook. From sculpting, to casting, to hand painting, Marinus was made by my hand and is truly a unique sculpture with much love poured into his making. He's cast in resin and painted in pastel and acrylic paint. As with all my figurines, Marinus also comes with a COA.
-Scale/Size: Approximately 4.5" tall x 4.5" long x 1.5" wide
-Sculpted in wax clay, cast in a sturdy urethane resin.
-All sculpting, casting, and special (hand painted) releases are done in the US, by the artist.
-LIMITED EDITION: Only 25 casts will be made.
Years ago, when I first began sculpting, "The Qilin" was one of my favorite pieces. So badly did I want to color his scales with every color possible, but it was before I had learned casting. Now that I have learned the skill, I've updated the creature so that I can finish all those ideas, which happens to give a chance for others to paint his intricate scales as well! This Kirin knows how to hold his head high and walk with prestige, he would be a great addition for anyone with a love for rare figurines. This is also my first figurine sculpted in the wax-based clay, which some of my newer pendants were also sculpted in.
Customs and blank casts are also available here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/255581868/kirin-prince-figurine-collectible-blank
This is such a beautiful sculpture! I love those vibrant blues and teals.
Thank you so much!