Wun Wun the Giant - extra large silicone bust - Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones spoilers below:
Wun Wun the Giant died heroically at the end of the Battle of the Bastards. He was a favourite character of many fans, despite having limited screen time and very few lines. Excellent design and implementation, but notoriously difficult and expensive to apply the prosthetic make-ups and animate into the footage in post production. Played by actor Ian Whyte, the prosthetics were designed, sculpted, and applied by award winning BGFX studios down in London. I thought I would challenge myself and attempt to faithfully recreate the character in the same high quality platinum silicone that they used. Using reference photos from the production, I went to work - and the pictures and the timelapse video show the result.
This was a huge challenge, and one that I took very seriously. His increased price is due to the complexity of the design, size (increased silicone materials cost), and usage of real human hair for all of his hair, as well as locally sourced rabbit pelts for his animal skin garb. He was fully constructed by Nicholas in every detail as a means to demonstrate capability and to stretch out his skillset.
Custom paint, hair colour, skin colour, and eye colour can be requested, though any deviations in this regard would deviate from his original and intended design (from the show).
Creating additional copies of Wun Wun is a massive undertaking, so any buyers would need to be patient, as Nicholas works alone and orders are first come, first serve. Currently there is one already pre-made (the original), but any additionals are made to order.
Terms and Conditions
Terms and conditions:
Any and all purchasers; purchase is equivalent to an agreement between Nicholas Brown and purchaser that the sculpture is never duplicated through any means, including but not limited to: making a mould of the sculpture to cast copies, scanned with 3D equipment, or printed using 3D printers. The work shall remain limited, and each sculpture will be given a signed certificate of authenticity from Nicholas Brown of LoreCraft to attest to the validity of the work. Any resale of the sculpture should include this certificate, or new owner should assume it is not an original and counterfit.