Not that many photos for this one — for a number of reasons. But I'm pretty happy with what I got out of this photo session. But let's start at the beginning: this is my first MG ever put together, and as such presented... let's just call it "new challenges" in the area of photography. To put it simply - my desk is too small to shoot some interesting action poses. The height of the black backdrop is limited by the place my desk is standing in - and I simply can't make it any higher.
Ah yes, the kit. I can see why some people swear by MGs — the larger size allows you to get detailed without inducing the Anger Of Thousand Tiny Pieces (like RGs). The inner skeleton wasn't particularly sophisticated, but in the places it sticks out it looks nice. I was clumsy enough to break one of the antennas during the photoshoot twice. Yay for Tamiya thin cement, if only my hands would be more stable. Magnifying glass helped. Also, I was surprised how useful a simple dust brush was during a photoshoot. Not only for brushing dust away from kits - sweeping the backdrop turned out to also bring substantial improvements.