As mentioned in the posting from the Deathscythe, I used a new hand-brushing method for the Beam Trident. I'll explain that in a later post, essentially, just layering like with an airbrush, but doing it while everything is wet so the hand brush can blend it easier.
And the pictures:
All the accessories, keeping in mind, I have two sets of the arm extensions here.
I like the color scheme of this Altron MUCH better than the TV version.
It is very difficult to find good action poses for the dual beam trident, the dragons get in the way.
I will be investing in a number of Action Bases 2 very soon for better poses.
One arm extended
This is for getting those hard to read spots on your beck that itch oh so badly.
One arm using both sets of extensions. This was the best/most stable pose I came up with, sure I could have done better, had I been awake.
A closer shot of the beam affect
Some closer shots of details and things
I asked if you were doing the RIGHT THING!?
One pic with the flash on, for contrast.
I really liked the advancements Bandai made between the Wing 1/144 kits and the EW 1/144 kits. Over all this kit has decent articulation, I just wish there was a better way for Nataku to hold the beam trident. Surely, the Master Grade release will help with that issue.
I have a major project on my hands for the next posting.
Until Next Time: Happy Building.