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    Magic aurora

    I guess you could call it an aurora but I'm aiming for a swirling warp kinda look to this. This is my first time really modeling with green stuff.

    Comments and constructive criticism is welcome.

    Pict's aren't the greatest... Still getting used the the digi picter...

    Enjoy?






    Also, should I add some more green stuff for a second wrapping?

    Thanks.

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    Bigger pics, please. These don't really show much.

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    Eh, should have mentioned that the aurora is around the sword. I can't get better picts without it being out of focus.

    If I could get you better picts, I would.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aetherguy881 View Post
    I can't get better picts without it being out of focus.

    If I could get you better picts, I would.
    Find out if your digital camera has a "macro" mode, most that I've played with do. These modes are specifically designed for close-up, detail shots of small objects, in your case, models.

    Also, especially with macro-mode on, a tripod and time delay are your fiends. The combination of the two will negate any blur that results from the camera shaking, because you're no longer handling the camera.

    Light your model with an even lightsource from above and toward the object, like an overhead lamp. Turn off the flash, if you have that option, because again, it doesn't work well with macro-mode, the flash is too bright for such a close-up shot.

    That should help you get better close-ups of your models.

    Hope it helps!


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