Tuesday, 1 December 2009

1/60 Chogokin DX VF-25S Ozma Super Messiah













It's back to blogging on my own toy and I think I should do something on Macross. Here's a Tamashii exclusive on super parts for 1/60 Chogokin DX VF-25S Ozma Messiah. These pics were taken the same day when I'm snapping pics for VF-25S Ozma Messiah and it took me more than two hours to transform, put on the armour, pose and cautiously put very thing nicely into the box.

I'm seriously unfamiliar with putting on the super parts since it's the first time. The super parts clipped fairly well to the valkyrie without scrapping the paint or plastic. But still the problem comes when I try to clip one area, another part that which I earlier clipped would dropped off.

7 comments:

LEon said...

Sound like the clips are loose... too tight will cause chip paint...headache...

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

Ya! Ya! Problem in both ways!

Ant Sized Man said...

Its one very cool looking toy, favorite is in fighter mode, with those super parts really make the 25 look awesome.

I think all toy collector know the paranoia of ruining a new expensive piece.

chrismandesign said...

i guess this piece is more delicate than the equivalent model kit... i’m not sure yet, cuz i’m still waiting to get one... but if this diecast is such delicate, then i prefer the model kit...

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Beautiful nro. Did u take the photos by yourself?

deSMOnd said...

Yeah bro, your photos are getting better and better. Very nice and pro!! If you are free, don't mind to show your toy photography studio. I want to learn too :)

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> Ant Sized Man
Even accidental damage to the insert or box hurts a lot too. Hee! Hee!

>> chrismandesign
Macross toys these days have got great sculpt but somehow lacks play value. I have not personally seen a built model kit of VF-25S with super parts. But the thing I like about toy over model kit would very much be the weight. Chogokin, makes it even better.

>> Willie
Very correct bro! Relying on my IXUS 80IS

>> deSMond
Thank you for the encouragement bro but there's really no photography studio. I still have problems taking pics of toys that are white.

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