Friday, 13 March 2015

Fantastic Toy Studio Crater Base

Here's what you can look for if you wanted your toys to be complimented with diorama. With a size of length: 28cm, width: 24cm, height: 5.5cm, Fantastic Toy Studio Crater Base can accommodate toys of almost any size within 1/6 scale. Made of high quality resin, the base has a solid weight of 1.1kg which provided the durability and stability your toys need. What's more, you don't need to be an expert in modeling to achieve the diorama since the Fantastic Toy Studio Crater Base come pre-painted in realistic texture and colour tones. You don't need to spend a ton getting someone to custom paint. Fantastic Toy Studio Crater Base is reasonably price around $30 -$40 Singapore dollars. To find out more, you can click on the link 'Fantastic Toy Studio Crater Base ' to the product's Facebook page. 

I had taken pics of Fantastic Toy Studio Crater Base together with my toys ranging from Macross trading figures, Dragonball Z 8" Broly DX figure, GFF Gundam Fix Figuration scale 1/144, MG 1/100 GM Customed, Toynami Bookcover Alpha Fighter and 1/6 scale Macross Hikaru. The effect was even more splendid with the combination of backdrop. Just need to be caution that the standing pad and edges are coarse be careful not to scratch the paint of your toys.


RiP666 said...

It fit nicely with your Macross TF,, nice to be here again, how r u ?

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> RIP666
Man! Great to hear from you bro! Time flies ... Been through some ups and downs. Most importantly still alive and kicking. Hope u are good bro! Feels awesome when old friend drop by and greet 'Hello' ^_^

chrismandesign said...

when i saw the box art, i thought this base had a smoke and even a light gimmick (fool of me !!!)... yet the base, once displayed looks pretty fine and actually works better with robot figures !!!... it had a lot of work in the textures, which are really hard to recreate for a mass production item... by the way, i looooooooove those macross trading figures so much !!!... =D

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> Chrismandesign
Like commercial ads always say, actual product may differ from packaging pic. Lol... Anyway, your wild imagination can be what the manufacturer adopt as future implementation. I have seen many using the crater base for Ironman and they look great like u mention for mecha. I glad that those Macross trading figures were able to compliment well with the crater base and brought out the best of both items.

deSMOnd said...

This base is definitely a nice prop used for toy photography and display :)

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

>> Desmond
Yeah bro, this will be my partner in future toy photo shoot at home. Great prop and diorama display : )