Here's the Most Perfect Screen-Accurate Toy Story Woody You Can Buy

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It’s not easy to make a perfect replica of a toy that only appeared in a movie as a computer-generated creation, but Medicom has gone above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that its new Woody figure is the most screen accurate Toy Story replica you can buy.

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Available in December to help commemorate the 20th anniversary of the groundbreaking Pixar film (yes, it’s been that long) the 15-inch tall figure will include three swappable faces with different expressions, extra hands with varied poses, and an armature for properly displaying him.

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Even the drawstring on Woody’s back is included, as well as Andy’s name on the bottom of his right boot. It’s as flawless as a Toy Story figure can be, and with a price tag just shy of $380, that’s what collectors will definitely be expecting. Now where’s the Buzz Lightyear figure to go with it? [Medicom via Toy People]

Illustration for article titled Heres the Most Perfect Screen-Accurate iToy Story/i Woody You Can Buy
Illustration for article titled Heres the Most Perfect Screen-Accurate iToy Story/i Woody You Can Buy

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DISCUSSION

“It’s not easy to make a perfect replica of a toy that only appeared in a movie as a computer-generated creation,...”

I don’t understand this statement. I could understand it if you said it’s not easy to make a perfect replica of an actor in a movie, but a physical replica of a computer generated object in a movie could be easily generated from the 3D file of the object used to animate the object in the film ( which would make it as close to 100% accurate as it could be (Assuming high quality manufacturing)). But even if the original 3D file wasn’t available it’s still a lot easier to generate a physical replica of a computer generated object like a toy than it is to create one of an actual person - and that’s true whether the object is being created from a 3D manufacturing process or if someone is sculpting the object.