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ThreeA Big Sister Princess TQ Bioshock By Fiona Ng


Our Artist Spotlight artist Fiona Ng has blown away the TTC office with this custom ThreeA custom! This custom was made to look like a cross over between Bioshock and boy did she do well and exceed the expiation on Fiona’s work. Even if you are not familiar with the Bioshock game this custom is still top notch stuff.

Big Sister Princess TQ Bioshock fiona Ng 3 Big Sister Princess TQ Bioshock fiona Ng Using a ThreeA Princess TQ figure she transforms it into Big Sister from Bioshock 2! no gadgets spared and the level of details are mint! Fiona has not missed out any of the details and adding the cage-baskets with ribbons along with weapons.

Big Sister Princess TQ Bioshock fiona Ng gun Big Sister Princess TQ Bioshock fiona Ng side

Fiona’s eye for detail is super as she doesn’t even miss out the fishes on Big Sisters tank.

Big Sister Princess TQ Bioshock fiona Ng tank I personally think that the TQ Princess works very well for this custom and highlights that Fiona can do any kinda of platform.

Big Sister Princess TQ Bioshock fiona Ng 2 Big Sister Princess TQ Bioshock fiona Ng abs

What will be next on Fiona’s custom list? who knows but stay tuned for more of Fiona’s work!

Check out out TTC Artist Spotlight on Fiona —HERE— prepare yourself and get yourself on the waiting list!


You can discover at all her beautiful work via her social media at

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