Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Hangar 24
Sick of mounting your tiny model kit pieces on satay sticks with blue-tac?
Afraid of not being able to reuse those expensive blue-tacs after your spray painting jobs?
Tired of finding foam blocks to mount your satay sticks?

Well look no further......Hangar 24 is your best solution.

- crocodile clips that securely holds your model pieces
- bendable sticks to give you freedom in positioning your mounted pieces
- rotatable base so that you can spray paint your pieces in all directions at one go
- easily expandable to as many sticks&clips as you like

Materials used:
- Rotating TV base

- Bendy wires(4mm)
- Crocodile clips

(click on images to enlarge)

The crocodile clips are mounted on bendy wires of different heights.
Namely 8cm for the those on the inner circle and 6cm for those on the outer circle.

Isn't it a work of art?

I love my studio lights!!!
This is the setup.

From another angle.

Pictures turn out great without much editing.
A stikfas.

A Zoid.


At February 23, 2006 10:35 AM, Blogger WILLIAM said...

An excellent studio fashioned set-up for toy photography. Makes me wanna get some daylight as well. Hope they sell as bulb-shaped ones.

The Dragons' Deck sounds to gothic for that. You should call it "GP01" which is the abbreviation for "Gripping Hands Version 1". Nice work but work nice? Hmmm...

At February 23, 2006 10:41 AM, Blogger WILLIAM said...

I must say the lighting brings out your Corny... oops... Konig Wolf.

At February 23, 2006 12:49 PM, Blogger Laurens said...

I dun think bulbs wud give sufficient lighting.
Yah,dragons' deck sounds kinda medieval to me too.
Mayb i'll think of some serial num names.
It will definitely work nicely.


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