First, thats incredible. Well done.
I'm not sure where you live, but sometimes large public libraries, like the one at your nearest major city, have 3D printers that you can use for free or nearly free. I think a figure about that size costs around $0.05 to make, plus time. If you're going to make something more official prototype for a kickstarter, that might be the way to go. (But those clay figures are awesome
This says you can make 3D Scans
using a smartphone (scroll down to step 7), and then use some program to construct the 3d image. Once you have that its nearly as easy as sending it to a printer
Let me know what type of feedback you are interested in, and if there's anything I can do to help.
Obviously, be careful where you're sending your intellectual property, especially online. That said, I'd love to see an electronic copy of whatever you've got. Ruleset, map, cards, whatever. I have a friend or two that do a lot of boardgames, so I might be able to print some stuff out and try to playtest it with some kind of stand-in tokens for the pieces. (Why do I always get the stone? ... lol)
Send me a PM, or email, or skype, gmail chat, etc.
Speaking of IP, if you're using names/places/characters/words from TSA, I'd be sure to reach out to Bakker sooner rather than later. His blog seems to be a decent way to do that, but maybe he'd get back to you if you ping him using his website.