My portfolio had a very limited number of miniatures in that style. The ones that I did were done when I was first starting out before I started sculpting superheroes, which greatly changed my style in the long run. So to show them that I could do their style, which is chunky with elongated torsos, I decided to just sculpt something. Since I had very short notice about going up to interview, I did the piece as well as I could given the time constraints, which is why it didn't have much detail to it.
Being able to match into existing styles is one of the skills that you need to do as a sculptor. Companies always want you to match in to their existing and established ranges. Sometimes it is hard because you have to do things the way you don't like to. Regardless, if there is artwork provided, you always have to match to their artwork and poses.
So here it the figure: