TNI Photo Of The Day - Mortal Kombat Picture Day By Rakanishu

by Jay Cochran
November 26, 2018
This is a new segment we are launching here on TNI where we spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today.

For today's photo we are spotlighting Photographer Rakanishu and his photo showing off some of the recent Storm Collectibles Mortal Kombat figures. The photo is titled Say Fatality.

Say Fatality By Rakanishu


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EvilHayato - 2018-12-01 @ 4:43 pm
7 hours ago, Rakanishu said:

Only Sub and Reptile for now but I might get another MK ninja to paint orange/brown to make Tremor.

You should get a second to paint multiple colors for Chameleon! :DAll the colors seem to pop in your photo so it seemed different than what Ive seen.

Rakanishu - 2018-12-01 @ 9:27 am
13 hours ago, EvilHayato said:

Ahh thanks for clarifying. That Sub color is much better and really the Reptile is pretty spot on accurate too. The weird thing is they do show images of the bloodied version of reptile, which is a darker green compared to the original non bloody release. I noticed that also with the bloodied version of sub too. Did you paint the others too? Like Ermacs shin guards are definitely not that red.

Only Sub and Reptile for now but I might get another MK ninja to paint orange/brown to make Tremor.

EvilHayato - 2018-11-30 @ 7:46 pm
13 hours ago, Rakanishu said:

Thanks. I simply painted them. The original blue paint on theSub-zero figureis too dark, almost like navy blue. I don't know why Storm Collectibles would make it dark blue. I simply painted it a brighter blue to make it more MK2 accurate. I also painted Reptile but I got lazy on it and didn't finish it. LoL.

Ahh thanks for clarifying. That Sub color is much better and really the Reptile is pretty spot on accurate too. The weird thing is they do show images of the bloodied version of reptile, which is a darker green compared to the original non bloody release. I noticed that also with the bloodied version of sub too. Did you paint the others too? Like Ermacs shin guards are definitely not that red.

Rakanishu - 2018-11-30 @ 6:17 am
On 11/26/2018 at 3:09 PM, EvilHayato said:

Looks great! Im jealous that you have all 7 ninjas! I dont know if its your camera or if its how it actually is but your Sub Zeros colors are so much more vibrant than mine. And the green to your bloody Reptile is alot darker which did look like that in the product pictures which is super weird. I dont have any of the bloody but youd think theyd keep the default colors consistent. Great shot and idea!

Thanks. I simply painted them. The original blue paint on theSub-zero figureis too dark, almost like navy blue. I don't know why Storm Collectibles would make it dark blue. I simply painted it a brighter blue to make it more MK2 accurate. I also painted Reptile but I got lazy on it and didn't finish it. LoL.

EvilHayato - 2018-11-26 @ 8:09 pm

Looks great! Im jealous that you have all 7 ninjas! I dont know if its your camera or if its how it actually is but your Sub Zeros colors are so much more vibrant than mine. And the green to your bloody Reptile is alot darker which did look like that in the product pictures which is super weird. I dont have any of the bloody but youd think theyd keep the default colors consistent. Great shot and idea!

NautilusMollusc - 2018-11-26 @ 5:54 pm

EXCELLENT...

GojiBill - 2018-11-26 @ 2:35 am

Ryu is a stand up guy.

darcreign - 2018-11-21 @ 10:01 am

Thats dope!

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