We noticed a new land-based big fig available to go along with the Tomorrowland and Fantasyland ones that are already out. This one is of Frontierland, and it's a really nice piece.
http://www.colddeadfish.net/images/DLR/FLBF01.jpg - Here's a picture of the entire figure.
http://www.colddeadfish.net/images/DLR/FLBF04.jpg - Here's a closer view of the Mark Twain.
http://www.colddeadfish.net/images/DLR/FLBF02.jpg - Here's a closeup of the
section with the moose and the Indian village.
http://www.colddeadfish.net/images/DLR/FLBF03.jpg - Here's a closeup of the section with the funky/weird cactus.
http://www.colddeadfish.net/images/DLR/FLBF05.jpg - Here's a closeup of the building between the gate and the Twain. The husband thinks it's the Golden Horseshoe. I'm not convinced.
I really like that the Twain is there, and I like the representation of having the Big Thunder Railroad rocks there. The piece also contains a fountain device so that the Twain is sitting in water while the water is being circulated. I noticed that the paddlewheel on the Twain can spin, but since there was no water in the displays we saw, we're not sure if the circulating water itself spins the wheel.
I had never thought to notice that different big figs are done by different people. This piece was done by Larry Nicolai, who has also done the bronze land pieces. He is also credited on the Tomorrowland big fig, but I didn't get a chance to check the Fantasyland one, so I'm not sure about that.
The piece runs for about $195.