Welcome to Librarium Online!
Don't worry I'm getting a new GOOD camera very soon. I just got how you say "in the bucks" MONA MONA MONA Or... mmm green stuff. My grandparents gave family some money ooo ya! New stuff.
Anywho heres the jist of my army so far, I'm finishing the rest of my army (10 more units) today, tomorrow.
The pictures very bad, the wolfs like... Don't worry I'm taking better pictures of the army with my camera but it's taking some time.
Guys at my local hobby store say im a very good painter (better than half who play their not including the employes). Also I know, theres alot of space to improve. I need to lern to paint gems.
This is basicly a rough picture so you can get the idea of my army.
PS: Sucky picture I know!!!
There is potential there, but unfortunately the photography leaves no way to tell. Three suggestions on the picture taking.
First, crop your pictures. It has nothing to do with the quality of the camera. Cut out everything around the miniature unless it is scenery important to the overall picture. In your case, more than half the picture is kitchen appliances. And the picture size is very large so it hinders many viewers. If you crop the picture you can get a much larger view of the miniatures in the same size photo.
Second, check the camera for a macro or close up setting, many cameras have them. It will let you get much closer to the miniature and still keep in focus. Be sure to brace the camera on a solid surface or use a tripod. Little movements in macro mode will blur the picture. You might not need another camera, just a change of technique.
And last, use a backdrop. If you don't have a scenery or terrain piece you can use as a background, at least drape a cloth, towel, sheet or place a board behind the miniature. Something with just one color. All the stuff behind your army takes the focus away from the miniatures. Even a white sheet would be better.
I'm looking forward to seeing a closer view of your miniatures.
i like your colour scheme
keep up the good work!
I agree that the color scheme is very good. We can't tell how your minis are really painted, though. Who knows? Post more pictures when you get a better camera, please.