Triad Toys' "Grave Danger" Triarama
New polystone environments take your 1:6th collection to the next level...
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Today there are several amazing 1:6 scale figures available to collectors but unfortunatelly there is not a lot of variety out there when it comes to display bases or dioramas. Thanks to the new Triaramas from Triad Toys collectors can now display their 1:6th scaled figures in their very own unique looking enviroments. One of those great products is Triad's "Grave Danger" Triarama display base.
The creepy cemetery scene is sculpted out of high density polystone and weighs close to 10 pounds. The superbly detailed diorama measures 14 inches in height and features a very high quality paint job which resembles the look and feel of an old abandoned cemetery. The wall and base's finely sculpted detail results in a realistic moss-covered graveyard environment which complements a wide array of 1:6th scaled figures.
In regards to display options, the sky is the limit when it comes to this finely crafted display base. The Triarama comes disassembled in four separate parts: back wall, floor base, tombstone and detachable headstone statue. The diorama is fairly simple to put together and conveniently fits inside most glass curio cabinets.
The "Grave Danger" Triarama offers collectors a great looking display environment at a fraction of the price of other 1:6th scale dioramas. This fantastic one-of-a-kind polystone environment is available now for only $69.99 exclusively through Triad's website.
If you're tired of looking at your 12" figures standing on a bare glass or wooden shelf then purchasing a "Grave Danger" Triarama is a wise investment that will significantly enhance your display.
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Review and Photos by Jorge Pelaez
Review Sample Courtesy of Triad Toys