A while back I had posted some images I created of The Blind Cowboy; a fantastic 1/6th scale figure by ThreeA Toys. He was originally what got me thinking non-stop about ThreeA figures. He usually comes packaged with the Dead Equine; a giant 2o-pound horse sculpted out of polystone, and it was only available for an extremely limited time and a very expensive price. Some people, however, like to buy ThreeA items, split up the contents, and then resell them; this was how I ended up purchasing the Blind Cowboy. I didn’t think I’d ever be able to purchase a Dead Equine, but the image of that horse was burned in my brain.
A short while ago, I actually found someone that was selling just the Dead Equine without the Blind Cowboy.
…and now my Blind Cowboy/Dead Equine set is complete.
It was actually fortuitous, as the Dead Equine I purchased was literally everything that comes with the retail version *except* the Blind Cowboy. So it’s a complete set! How awesome!
The box that the Equine comes in is HUGE. You can’t see it by this picture, but it’s massively large. I bet Sara could sit inside the box it comes it. It also comes with a gorgeous fold-out poster featuring the artwork from the cover.
I’ll be doing more formal photographs once it gets warmer outside, but right after I got him I broke out the fog machine and played around a little bit.
This is the one toy/collectible where Sara supported my purchase 100%. When it finally arrived, she said “This is a work of art. This is a sculpture.”
It’s so amazing. Prints of my Blind Cowboy portraits are available on my Society6 page starting at $20.