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In this segment we call Marvelous Toy Photo Of The Day, we spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today.

For today we are spotlighting Photographer Rakanishu and his photo of the Hasbro Marvel Legends X-Men Quicksilver figure titled "Speed".
 

"Speed" By Rakanishu
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Be sure to give Rakanishu a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.

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Rakanishu, you are killing me. This is awesome. I have no idea how you made this effect but I know it is outside my skill set. Like the new look of the ML Quicksilver too. Anyway, congrats on another epic pic and keep up the good work. Its back to the drawing board for me. Thanks

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Yes indeed that is sweet! Only wish Hasbro had sculpted on his little hair tufts, but the photo itself is PURE GOLD.....or maybe silver in this case....like QuickSILVER....great job!!

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3 minutes ago, Atlantis said:

Yes indeed that is sweet! Only wish Hasbro had sculpted on his little hair tufts, but the photo itself is PURE GOLD.....or maybe silver in this case....like QuickSILVER....great job!!

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To reiterate previous comments, terrific running effect!  And that pose must be another effect also, right?  I can't believe that you were able to balance the fig in that pose!  Nice job!

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On 7/12/2019 at 7:38 AM, TheMarvelMan said:

I can't believe that you were able to balance the fig in that pose!  Nice job!

It's fairly easy, I've seen reviewers do it on the spot, From posing my figures run in my collection and I've realized that it's easier if they're in a more exaggerated running pose like what's in the photo. It's more hard to balance figures in a more normal and realistic running pose (like my Infinity War Black Panther leading the Avengers against my imaginary Outriders)

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