Ted Ekering’s X-Plus Sakai ’91 Diorama Shots from Japan

X-Plus Godzilla 1991 Diorama shot "Dawn Goji" by Ted Ekering.

PHOTO: “DAWN GOJI” BY TED EKERING

I just got an email from new Godzilla fan and current Okayama, Japan resident, Ted Ekering. He says that he’s discovered X-Plus by reading Kaiju Addicts. That’s kray kray!

He had chosen the Toho 30cm Series Yuji Sakai Modelling Collection Godzilla 1991 as his first figure. (Don’t anyone tell him that it’s all downhill from here!)

Lucky for us, Ted already has a collection of TomyTec and KATO N-Scale buildings which he’s used previously for Gundam model kit dioramas.

X-Plus Godzilla 1991 Diorama shot "Searching" by Ted Ekering.

PHOTO: “SEARCHING” BY TED EKERING

Low angles really sell the shot!

X-Plus Godzilla 1991 Diorama shot "Tower Drama" by Ted Ekering.

PHOTO: “TOWER DRAMA” BY TED EKERING

Ted put the TomyTec Electrical Towers kit to good use here. I can’t wait for Ted to get his hands on more X-Plus and take more diorama pics!

Click here to read the Kaiju Addicts primer to collecting N-Scale Buildings!

By |2017-05-28T07:57:42+00:00January 30th, 2016|Categories: Reader Photos, Uncategorized|Tags: , |Comments Off on Ted Ekering’s X-Plus Sakai ’91 Diorama Shots from Japan

Creating Stomping Grounds for X-Plus with N-Scale Buildings

N Scale Buildings and X-Plus promo graphic.

N Scale Buildings made for electric train sets are a great way to add even more interest and pizzazz to your X-Plus collection. You can scatter them between figures on the shelves. Or, you can create entire dioramas using not only N Scale buildings but environment elements like hills and trees. Plus, toy photographers can reach new levels of awesomeness by incorporating them into their shots. Having Godzilla on your shelf is cool. But having him tower over buildings is potentially cooler! N Scale buildings help make these 12-inch X-Plus vinyls feel a little bigger on the shelf.

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By |2018-12-15T01:50:47+00:00May 5th, 2015|Categories: TIPS, X-PLUS NEWS|Tags: , |Comments Off on Creating Stomping Grounds for X-Plus with N-Scale Buildings