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Just finished: four highly converted Death Guard vehicles. It's hard to tell from the pics all the things that are going on. Here are the general themes:
Rhino 1: gallows pole with charnel house inside (nurglings tearing apart bodies)
Rhino 2: toxic sludge catapault
Rhino 3: the rack-- a space marine getting drawn and quartered while toxic sludge is being poured on him by a nurgling
Defiler: body reversed to hold up hellcannon, lots of green stuff for muscle sinew on legs.
Very proud of these models.
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that's pretty gross. you are a true son of grandfather nurgle!
I thought you said they wouldn't charge us!
What I said was: I didn't think they would charge us and win. And I still believe that.
Then if they can't win, what are they doing charging us?
It's possible, I suppose, their commander disagrees with my assessment...
Wow. Amazing. Simply amazing.
+1 to attention to detail!
FOR THE EMPORER!!
Please don't take this with any disrepect - as none is intended. I think you have some really interesting ideas in your conversion work - however the end results are crippled by the photography.
Since you are mainly portraying your work over the internet - good photos are paramount to success. Believe me I am no expert in photography myself. That said here are some suggestions on things that could be done in order to better showcase your work:
1. Don't crop your pictures cutting off part of the model. The majority of your pictures could do well to have the whole figure showing. Accent these pictures with your close up detail shots rather than the reverse.
2. User more lighting - this will cut down on the slight fuzzyness to the pictures. Clearer pictures will show your attentions to detail much better.
3. User larger size. Don't reduce the size so much. As a general rule I usually don't do single regular sized pictures any smaller than 300 pixels tall and Usually go with 400 pixels. This is a good size and shows just a bit over scale. You don't want your figures too big as it doesn't do any service but leaving them so small really hides your work. For vehicles I would recommend using 600 pixels for the width as a minimum. Keeping them the same size as your standard troop pictures really loses details.
Again no disrespect meant - rather just trying to help a fellow painter out. I know I have struggled with pictures for a long time and am just now coming around to getting some decent pictures. Pictures are everything when you are selling on the internet.
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