Good eye Rune_Haako, ain't that usually the case? Most female proportions look much better with longer necks. It's basic Sculpting 101. This is an aspect that the manufactures in China don't realize. Lots of times, the prototypes we see from Hasbro looks great but by the time all the joints are engineered in, arms are lengthened and necks shortened.That or her neck needs to be a little longer.
No, not at allIs it me, or does her headdress seem a bit too long?
For some yes. But the Target Shaak Ti can do it, Aayla and Barriss can do it. Bultar Swan, Stass Allie/Jaina/any others on that body. I fully realize it's not always going to be a great pose, but it still should be possible. With this figure, it can barely be done. That's really my only gripe with an otherwise great figure.
eh, typos and too late at night.
It doesn't stay on of you move the arms upward for action poses, but if you push the thing down enough it stays on well for neutral display . Kids would leave the thing off entirely if they were playing with it and/or easily lose it which is unfortunate as its part of this character's main design in which case the ROTS version may be the more rugged design wise least as far as sculpting the hat onto the head.[
The variant looks much better in my opinion. Most of the (old) ones I've seen so far have sloppily painted eyes and the general issue of looking too shiny.I think I've found a Luminara Unduli variant. I picked her up in a Walmart here in FL. I've attached a photo, though it may be hard to see all the differences.
I bought my original Luminara online a while back, getting one of the "first editions" of Luminara, so to speak. Since then, it appears Hasbro has made some changes. The most noticeable change was made to her eyebrows, which have been lowered a tad. I doubt it's just a fluke on this figure, considering some other changes were made, as well. For one, her lipstick is lighter, and her eyes are less sloppy. The plastic used for her skin tone has also been lightened. She's significantly less shiny than the first figure I bought, particularly on her torso. The first figure reflects a lot of light, whereas the one I just bought reflects very little. The bronze paint that decorates her accessories is also darker in color. Even the gold on her belt is slightly less vibrant. Overall, she definitely seems toned down.