The Nun Sixth Scale Figure by Quantum Mechanix

Hey everyone welcome! today I'm going to take a look at the Nun Sixth scale figure by quantum mechanics from the Condor universe. The exterior of our box art has a painting of the nun it's incredibly creepy and on each side of her you have three candles these are raised a little bit as well as the lettering and in just the right, light it'll actually glow a little bit, her eyes will also brighten.

 I like the use of the painting versus a photograph of it on the side your quantum mechanics logo and the nun on the back is a description of the conjuring universe as well as a photograph showing you the contents of the inner sleeve so what we're gonna do is slide off the outer sleeve take a look at what our figure has and when we do it you'll notice we have the nun on the side here and over here the figure but as we spin it around there's a great picture of our second portrait so let's take this out of the tray and have a better look here we are with our inner trade we have her crucifix, the little string to go around the neck our first portrait the additional hands and then there it is a scary second portrait underneath the robe is going to be the stand when you remove the figure underneath the painting as well as the marked stand.

Let's take those out and get a better look now, here are different hands she has two open hands that come on the figure we have two very flat open palm hands now hat in all of these there's great detail in the designs of the veins kind of going through and these are in that very white type flesh gripping hands I'll call these we're menacing she also has two speciality hands and these work with the painting so she can hold that and you can recreate that scene but I also call them the Fonzie hands because well I just dig the thumbs up a little crucifix and I'm going to show you the painting because that's really neat now here is the painting that it comes with which obviously plays a big role in the movie.

This is not just on paper this is actually printed on canvas it's quite thick and then when we turn it around see this is done like an actual painting and there's some nice wood grain on there and as I said it's two additional hands you use old the painting with one on there holds it very nicely and gives that very very creepy look here is our swap out the second portrait incredibly creepy the eyes seem to glow and there's no light feature that's just the regular light hitting these is really going to make them pop as well as you kind of see that gloss and the wet that's in the mouth and around the teeth great vein work around the eyes this swaps out with an under peg on the head I'm gonna show you that in a second now I've kind of just put it up on the stand so I could show you that but then on the back you're gonna have the wire underneath and both of the heads have this laced lattice with the two strings hanging down.

We're gonna swap those out show a little bit of the pose-ability coming up okay now I've placed around the stand here and used the painting holding hands that we talked about what's neat is you're really able to get a nice tight Bend in there so you keep it all the way up against that canvas so you can do your secret reveals the habit goes back tight over and does as I said have the little wire and that's going to allow you to pose it and get some movement in it if you're doing kind of a running or creepy style stance particularly this scene in the film alright and the laughs good and scary and you see on there again the nice dark grey the brightness of the eyes that wire runs all the way down the front.

So, depending on how you want to fuss with it okay to give it the look that you want for the character as I said you're gonna have the double bent arms it's nice and the bright bright bright colours with the very deep black and a very bright white okay there is it's a leather-like quality to it really neat tight stitching down on the side done into that wrap and the little brass buckle over traditional outer robe and the under robe.

 I think is really neat so like I said when you show it there can you see that lacing than the two strands going down and under and it opens up a little bit that you can see that white skin underneath definitely gives that a very very creepy look so what we're gonna do now is swap out the heads and we'll talk a little bit about that all right okay.

Now, we're gonna do our head swap it's gonna disconnect right here at the base hold tight there and then gently lift up ain't gonna move that one off to the side what you have it's not really the standard round peg but more of a cylindrical one here's our other head and you'll see in there that you've got the same kind now once we have the head off like this is when you're gonna add the crucifix okay don't put this on when you've got the other it's just the possibility of stretching out the fabric I'm gonna drop that down push on heads down there lay that right across like so and then you'll use that wire and there is your swap out credibly creepy scary portrait pull that back a little further and they get that kind of screaming scary look you've got a nice range of motion as far as the neck because of the fabric make sure to kind of move it slowly you don't want to bunch that up.

 I already showed the arm but we're gonna show it again that you do get a full Bend there forward motion can go all the way up now there is definitely the Fonzie look complete out to the side and then up and over the head as well nice part is the robe is nice and long if you're even going to do ones like that that you get a little lift and you're gonna cover those seams and that's always something we like to see now.

Let's take a look at the waist as well as leg joints waist area here I'll lift the arm so we can show it we've got a good side Bend a decent torso twist okay there's a little bit of padding on the undersuit to give it a little bit more of the shape legs can raise to 90 degrees and double-jointed on the knee and it's hard to see here we'll move those out of the side and there we are her intense shoes their nice flat one and that's that ball-jointed giving us plenty of motion now it does come with the stand but I'm doing it right here on its own without the stand and not really having a problem but the nice part is because of the long robe putting it on the stand you don't really even see that it's being supported and so it's just a nice little extra thing to have there.

 I think where a lot of the motion of the figure and a lot of the posing of the figure is going to come from those wires that wraparound the veil to really give it a lot of action a lot of movement and definitely the creep factor so there we have it the nun from quantum mechanics from the Contra both of our portraits are painted portrait crucifix six additional hands and her base it's incredible sculpt for something this scary if you want to add to your horror collection or just happen to be a fan of the conjuring movies this is a great one to add.

So, I would like to say thank you very much for reading my post. Thank you very much and good luck!

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