Realistic Model Series Mobile Suit Z Gundam 1/144 for HGUC Argama Catapult Deck
Painted semi-finished assembly kit
Size: Approx. H26 x W102 x D22cm (reference size in longest long mode), Approx. H26 x W41 x D33cm (reference size in shortest fortress mode)
Publisher: Mega House
Accessories: Dedicated marking decal (water transfer), wall attachment, screw, instruction manual
Price: 12,800 yen (excluding tax and shipping)
Scheduled to be shipped in late September 2020
*The MS, MA, and other models used in this article are not included in the “Realistic Model Series Mobile Suit Z Gundam 1/144 HGUC Argama Catapult Deck”.
*This item is limited to Megatreshop, Premium Bandai, Volks, and Yellow Submarine (except some stores).
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Let’s make a display base with 100 uniform items!
Lastly, I would like to introduce a display pedestal for an ultra-easy Argama catapult deck that can be made with 100 uniform items. You will need a push-type LED light, an assembling rack, and a polypropylene milky board sold under the product name “Pradan”. I bought them all at 100 yen.
First, assemble the pluggable racks in a grid, and place the LED lights inside as shown in the photo.
Then, by simply putting the board cut out exactly to the size of the rack on top, you can complete the lighted-up pedestal. This time, I treated the marking with one point.
It’s important to note that the Argama Catapult Deck is quite heavy, so be sure to attach the inner plate marked in red.
I put Argama on it. I was aiming for an image that looks like an event exhibit that is lighted up from below. Agama catapult deck that functions as a display base even by itself, but if you add a pedestal, it will have a different atmosphere.
In this way, the “Realistic Model Series Mobile Suit Z Gundam 1/144 HGUC Argama Catapult Deck” can be enjoyed in various ways depending on the idea. It seems that you will come up with an amazing idea of how to play even after it is released! By the way, what I personally was impressed with was the ease with which I could take a photo like an old model magazine using props. Taking photos of models and figures has become commonplace nowadays, and it seems to be a must-have item!