Archive for Toy Photography
Did took this photo two years ago using the Mc farlane Spiderman and face-off Daredevil figure from toybiz and a Deadpool custom figure. I did this shot without any preparation at all, like I just tought of it and just had to print a mug shot background and just wrote the numbers these figures are holding thru a piece of paper and ‘tadaa!! Instant toy photo shoot.
Below is the set up.
Now since Hasbro released their new Marvel Legends infinite series line a couple of months back I decided on redoing this shot since I really dig how the Spiderman and Daredevil figure turned out, the paint apps on their new figures is a bit glossy and the sculpt is nothing like the ones we used to get from the toybiz line but that didn’t stop me from hunting these new Marvel Legends figures since I dig the look and the proportion of these figures.
This time I added a cut out and the background is still a print out thanks to Google, the template the figures are holding is also a print out that was made thru MS Excel just to give a more detail to the concept I was aiming for.. And of course the shot wouldn’t be complete without a deadpool on it so I used my Marvel Legends Deadpool figure that came from the twin pack that came with Warpath by Hasbro.
So this is how it turned out.
I feel more contented now on how the shot turned out. Totally worth it.
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General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross (The Red Hulk) assembles his incarnation of the thunderbolts to be a strike team that is close to “Code Red”, to rid the world of the evil powers that be – the ones that heavy-hitters such as the Avengers would never have the time for.
Rather than pull together a team of soldiers, Ross convinced the Punisher, Elektra, Deadpool and Flash Thompson (Agent Venom) to form a team of killers that had no problem engaging in the kind of wetwork involved in ridding the world of tyrants and their private armies. He also wanted the kind of killers that wouldn’t ask too many questions.
Samuel Sterns (Leader) later joined the team followed by Johnny Blaze (Ghost Rider).
Just had the time to take a few photos of my Hasbro Black Series Star Wars figures the other day that I had in my collection many moons ago.