Berlin-based startup company Staramba has created 3D figures of German metal queen Doro Pesch and her entire band. Doro and the band look incredibly realistic, due to the unique technology (photogrammetry scanner 3D Instagraph), which scans persons within a few seconds. Afterwards, lifelike and full-coloured figures emerge shift by shift in a highly-modern 3D printer.
The puppets made out of polymer plaster casts are the spitting images of the originals, only smaller.
"The figures became absolutely super," Doro states. "It's a really interesting experience to hold yourself in your hands suddenly. I'm sure that the fans will love these new figures and they will get them all for their homes."
DORO is the third act to get its own Staramba figures, following LINKIN PARK and Slash.
Pesch and her bandmates — Johnny Dee (drums), Nick Douglas (bass), Bas Maas (guitar), Luca Princiotta (guitar) as well as Harrison Young (keyboards) — are available now as a full package in the scale of 1:20 and 1:15 from the Staramba online shop.
All figures can be purchased seperately for €30 in the scale of 1:20, 1:15, 1:10 and 1:7.
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