The Lone Ranger's Faithful Indian Companion! TONTO: Gentleman Asaki, painted, Non-scale.
Work size (including diorama base): W190 x D170 x H300mm
Base kit: AURORA "Comic Scenes "Tonto
Note: Dolls already glued and fixed. No moving parts.
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
"Indian, I don't lie"
The Lone Ranger. The Lone Ranger is the most famous Indian in the world, and his faithful companion is Tonto.
The Lone Ranger is the most famous Indian in the world.
Due to Mr. Asaki's insistence on respecting the original form of this kit, Tonto himself has had very little modification to his face and body.
On the other hand, the two pistols, bullets and eagle feathers on the waist have been completely modified.
On the other hand, the two pistols, bullets and eagle feathers on the waist have been completely refurbished.
Tonto's face has been painted with Asaki's signature brush strokes to give it a lustrous sheen, while Tonto's buckskin-like clothes have been airbrushed to create different textures and shadows.
The eagle's livery is based on the American national bird, the bald eagle, but Asaki's interpretation of the shape of the eagle's head makes it look like a golden eagle.
This is an interpretation of a Japanese falconer's work.
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