Pokemon Zekrom


Zekrom, the Deep Black Pokemon. Zekrom is a Legendary Pokemon introduced in the Fifth Generation of Pokemon Games. In Unova Region-legend, Zekrom and Reshiram represent the opposing forces of Ying and Yang, each balancing out the other’s power. Zekrom also controls electricity, using its massive tail to generate a charge to amplify its attacks. Zekrom can also fuse with Kyurem for a significant boost in base power and super-unique styling!

Articulation –

The Pokepla Zekrom is an adorable palm-sized rendition of this Legendary Pokemon featuring multiple points of articulation. Bandai designed the Pokepla Zekrom with a unique jaw-opening gimmick, activated by articulating the model’s shoulders. Builders can also reposition the model’s forearms to recreate some of the Pokemon’s iconic moves! This model includes a sizable sheet of color-correcting stickers to help provide Zekrom’s proper coloring right out of the box!

This kit includes:

4 Runners total (A1, A2, B, C)
Total Piece Count – 56 Pieces
Foil Stickers
Materials – PS

Additional Fun information

Pokedex Entry from Pokemon White: “This Pokemon appears in legends. In its tail, it has a giant generator that creates electricity.”

Type: Dragon/Electric
Pokemon Category: Deep Black Pokemon
First Seen: Generation V
Evolution: N/A
Height: 2.9m(9.5ft)

Scale: N/A
Grade: N/A
Completed Model Height:
Original Release Date: Oct 2010

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Bandai’s line of Pokemon model kits offers a fun and exciting building experience for all ages! Even first-time builders will have no problem with the Pokemon Zekrom thanks to its reasonable piece count and easy-to-follow instructions. Additionally, the excellent price point of the Pokemon model kits makes them perfect candidates for experienced builders to try out new modeling techniques.

To drastically improve the appearance of your Pokepla, try implementing techniques such as seam line removal. Many of the early Pokemon models show some significant seam lines on visible parts, which some builders find undesirable and can lead to the separation of pieces over time. For a quick tutorial, attach the component you’d like to cement together, but leave a small but visible gap where the seam you’re trying to eliminate is. Using plastic cement such as AK’s Extra Thin Citrus Cement (which does indeed smell like citrus), run the applicator brush through the gap you created, filling it with a small amount of cement. After a few seconds, attach the parts all the way and hold while the cement works its magic. After the piece dries completely, begin sanding away at the seam and watch it disappear! It may take more than one application of cement to eliminate the seam, so try working on multiple pieces at once to increase efficiency. If you are not planning on painting the model, the seams may require additional sanding/polishing to match the texture of the bare plastic. Seam line removal is a great technique to learn, but it isn’t a perfect solution. Some of the seams are necessary for the model to articulate as intended, so find the right balance between a seamless static look and a functional model.

Be sure to finish your model with your preferred top coat to protect your hard work and give it a better feel in the hands!



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