Last October I had the opportunity to help introduce a new toy company, Ori Toy, to western collectors. Many of you were interested in their new figure design, the Ori-Fig, but were unable to satisfy your curiosity since the line had not yet found a distributor.
Last week I brought you a series of articles and reviews of a great new action figure line from the Chinese toy company, Ori-Toy. Today I’m following that up with a very special article: an exclusive interview with the founder and toy designer, Mr. Mo Mou.
I’ve saved my favorite Ori figure for my last Ori-Toy review. But never fear! I’ll be back next week with a particularly special treat, an interview with the company founder and Ori-Fig designer, Mo Mou! Until then, take a look at my review of Liao Yuan Hou.
My first two articles were designed to introduce Ori-Toy Limited and explore the construction and articulation of their Ori-Fig body style. Today is day three of my Ori coverage and I’ll be doing a review of the figures for Xiahou Yuan and Zhang Fei.
Yesterday I had the great pleasure of introducing Ori-Toy Limited and reviewing the first figure in their Three Kingdoms series. Today I’m going to take a detailed look at the design and articulation of the Ori-Fig while reviewing the second figure in the series, Zhang Liao.
This week I’m doing something special and taking a look at the independent toy company Ori-Toy. Each day I’ll be discussing the company and their uniquely designed figures, while reviewing each of the five characters that they’ve released so far in their distinctive Ori-Fig line.