We actually put our celebrity on a carousel, and we spin it one degree at a time, and so we're taking literally 360 photos.
All the way around.
We also matched their eyeballs.
We actually have a briefcase full of eyeballs, so we're matching their eyes.
We have a briefcase full of hair samples, we're matching their hair.
On average, it takes about three months after the sitting to produce the figure.
And as a matter of fact, we are looking to expand our tech representation.
And we actually have an expansion space at the Madame Tussaud's here in San Francisco and there is talk of dedicating one room just to that.
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