Grand Jester Studio Busts

Just a few days ago I posted some pics of the amazing Flynn bust from the geniuses at Grand Jester Studios, and now from over at Enesco they’ve kindly sent me some more photos of the other high-quality Disney busts they have available. Get ready to drool at these, friends, because I know that I need at least four of these on my mantle before I shuffle off this mortal coil.

First up we have everyone’s favorite money hoarding duck, Scrooge McDuck.
Scrooge McDuck - Grand Jester Studios

For those Peter Pan fans out there…and who isn’t…we have Tinkerbell looking quite fussy in this pose.
Fussy Tinkerbell - Grand Jester Studios

Who can forget the voluptuous Jessica Rabbit from the classic Robert Zemeckis film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
Jessica Rabbit - Grand Jester Studios

The under appreciated villain from the unfortunately oft overlooked the Black Cauldron, the Horned King!
Black Cauldron: Horned King - Grand Jester Studios

Possibly my favorite of Walt Disney’s evil rulers, Sleeping Beauty’s Maleficent.
Maleficent - Grand Jester Studios

And then we have the loving tribute to the late Dave Steven’s artistic genius in the form of the Rocketeer bust. I’m going to have to try very hard (Looks like it is sold out) to especially get this one in my collection…
The Rocketeer - Grand Jester Studios

…since I have two other statues in my shrine to the Rocketeer. Pictured below is the one from Electric Tiki…unfortunately I wasn’t able to reach the other statue for a photograph at this time.
Electric Tiki Rocketeer

Obviously these photos alone should show how loving Grand Jester Studios treat their subject matter but they also have veteran Disney animator Ruben Procopio, the master maquette maker for Disney Feature Animation onboard. Their staff is made up of former Disney Cast Members from the arts and collectibles division as well!

Any of these fine pieces of art are available to order from Sideshow Collectibles, Diamond Comics Previews, and the online Disney Store. Grand Jester Sutdios has been kind enough to agree to answer some questions as well, I have a few that I will be sending them in a day or two but I would like you, friends, to post any questions you might have in the comments section about the wonderful work being done by Grand Jester Studios.


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