Wednesday, 17 June 2009

Robot Hangar


Front view of Kotobukiya Mechanical Chain Base 001


Back view of Kotobukiya Mechanical Chain Base 001


Front view of Kotobukiya Mechanical Chain Base 002


Back view of Kotobukiya Mechanical Chain Base 002


More pics of robot in hangar coming your way....

Visited Ant Sized Man’s blog and saw his posting on Kotobukiya Mechanical Chain Base. So happened I recently got these too had wanted to use them as background for photo taking. I'm concerning spraying them to reduce the reflection of flashlight. These bases can actually be joined together like Lego and boxes of different numbering comes with different accessories like elevator, vehicle & etc.

7 comments:

Willie said...

Wow! They even have the hangar? cool....

LEon said...

Congratz bro. Look good the hanger.

Ant Sized Man said...

Cool! Looking perfect for the revoltech.
These are great, which numbers did you get?
There are some really smart one but i could'nt find them on ebay, like the 001 which has that cool little vehicle and excellant looking floor.
Looking forward to seeing more of your hanger with some cool mecha action.

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> Willie
Yes! Can't wait to take more pics with the hangar.

>> LEon
Thank you! Thank you!

>> Ant Sized Man
You have sharp eyes bro to identity the revoltech VF-1S. I have series 001, 002 & two sets of 003.

RiP666 said...

awesome...I plan to buy it too, but it doesn't fit with my MG,, I think 1/144 is looks good on there ^^

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

You probably need a few more for MG. It's really suitable for scale 1/144.

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