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    Popping my Warhammer Daemon painting cherry

    Well thought I would share with you my first go at doing a 40 strong block of bloodletters.I am new to Warhammmer and I started a couple weeks ago and spend a couple hours each night.More photos to be added soon.(hard to get a photo at night,get weird lighting )

    http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/oo186/b...10-11222809.jpg

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    http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/oo186/b...10-11223028.jpg

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    Welcome and what a good start. Nice one.

    Tip for your lighting - photograph up against white paper - make a "tent" out of white paper and use it to "diffuse" your light - you avoid shadows this way. use a spot light and shine it over a piece of white paper (ie between the bulb and the subject of the photo). It often helps if you can use two spotlights, one each side of the minis.

    Oh - and don't leave paper on top of your light unattended - also don't tape paper over your light bulbs either (i knew a person that did this - and no it wasn't me!).

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    thanks mate will take your advice and give it another shot

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    How to Make An Inexpensive Light Tent – DIY

    Or you can buy one (try "light tent" at amazon).

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