THE ULTRAMAN – PART 2

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Exclusive shoot by Brian Rungkat.

We’re back with Part 2 of the expansive Ultraman shoot from Brian Rungkat so without further-ado lets check it out!

The Ultraman series (showa) was originally ended in 1981, after Ultraman 80. However, 15 years later, Ultraman Tiga was born. Ultraman Tiga would be the first Ultraman to feature a full length series since 1981. Tiga is one of the most popular Ultraman and was featured the most out of all other Ultraman. He was also the first to be able to change his form.

In this I use Ultra act Ultraman tiga custom painted as my original copy had a paint defect.

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Ultraman was then introduce us to Ultraman Belial, one of the most bad ass villain in tokusatsu series. Belial was originally an Ultraman but then consumed by greed and turned to the dark side much like Darth Vader.

In this pic, I use a cut out to show the collapsing buildings, and the damaged he caused as he wreaks havoc on the city, with his big maniacal smile on his face. Again Ultra Act Belial was used in this picture and a custom cloth cape.

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The very recently ended Ultraman series, Ultraman Geed is in my opinion one of the best designed Ultraman. Ultraman Geed is the cloned son of Belial, hence his design is wild. His eyes resembles that of Belial than of Ultraman. His colour scheme is also resembles Belial, black, red and silver as opposed to silver and red of the traditional Ultraman colour scheme. I always imagine Geed to be as wild as his father.

In this picture I tried to show a darker tone to Geed.  Change the background to dark background and dim the lights.  S.H.Figuarts Ultraman Geed Primitive form is used in this picture. I also used a cut out to create the sound effect as Geed finishes off his enemy in a wild manner.

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The monster used is an accessory  from Eva-01 of Evangelion revolution line by revoltech.

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I leave you with Geed posing  after he is done with his enemy. I hope you enjoyed my pics and hope to see you again. Thank you, Exclu-Collective for this opportunity to showcase my work .

A huge thank you to Brian for such an expansive and well thought out shoot of the cult favourite character Ultraman. Be sure to keep up-to-date on all of Brian’s shoots over on his Instagram page @akirajo9 and for all the latest from the toy community, stay tuned to Exclu.

Last modified: May 23, 2018

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