He's an interesting toy (I'm not sure whether to call him a doll or an action figure - he seems to be right on the dividing line): very light, very well jointed, and a little strange about the face. He's also fairly sturdy; the packaging was quite minimal, and he still arrived in perfect condition.
The accessories are a bit hit-or-miss. The eyes (which are easily changed out) are lovely, but the clothes are very basic and not well-fitted. The hook, is the same quality as the body, but is white rather than matched to the body (which it was in the creator). The wig is a standard quality fur, but ends at such a high point on the head that it makes the doll look as though he's experiencing male pattern baldness (it was also adhered to the headcap, although it wasn't too difficult to remove).
The rabbit (a freebie during the sale period), which is unjointed, has lovely light-reflecting red inset eyes and is quite cute for such a simple figure.
|The shipping tube|
|The backboard. He was tied to it with ribbon|
but was coming loose when I opened the tube.
|Out of the box, showing off a pose.|
The hook is to the right.
|With the hook on.|
He stands on his own quite easily.
|Doing some yoga.|
The posing and balance on this figure are excellent.
|From the online creator.|
|The character inspiration.|
I'll have to share more of him once I've changed his hair and paint!