Tuesday, December 23, 2014

The Backside of Vinyls - Osborne Spectacle of Dancing Lights

For today's installment of The Backside of Vinyls, I've gone with a Christmas theme as I take a look at the back of The Osborne Spectacle of Dancing Lights Vinylmation.

The back of this figure really gives a well-rounded representation of the Holiday show over at Disney's Hollywood Studios. With so many bright light displays that make up the Osborne spectacle, I'm glad to see a good selection of them across this Vinylmation, not just repetition of the front design on the back.

On the back of the vinyl's ears are two reindeer from the electrical display of Santa in his sleigh. Reindeer are a great Christmas icon to have picked and they work perfectly in the ears. On the back of the head are holiday bells, taken from a row of lights that hangs between two of the Streets of America. The bells correspond with the wreath that can be seen in the same row of lights and on the front of the figure.

Moving down to the back of the vinyl's body are the glowing Christmas trees, one of the central features of the Osborne Lights. The whole body, front and back, running down the arms and feet of the Vinylmation, also has other white scattered lights across to replicate the incredible number of lights in the display

I love every angle of this Vinylmation! It's fantastic! A wonderful representation of a classic Walt Disney World Holiday attraction and a great Christmas addition to any Vinylmation collection.

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