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Well I think I have had some success modeling a cloak on a converted Doomseeker that I am going to use as a traveling Demonslayer. I gave him a GW axe from the Warrior Sprue. A left hand from the warrior sprue and a green stuff cloak that includes three dragon imprints, a border imprint (just a line actually), and two sets of rune imprints (two cleave and a MRofKragg the Grimm). So needless to say I am much impressed and I will share my secrets for making thin cloaks later if I can get some not so fuzzy pictures up. Other wise a friend of mine is into photography and I will have him get me some pictures.
I can't possibly tell you anything with such blurry photos.
Most digital cameras have a macro feature for taking close-up photos. Use it.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Can't see any details. But I can tell from what i can see is that he looks like a large hobbit from LotR with that cloak...
Yep he did lose some of the detail off the back. I am shopping for a much better digicamera. I was using the macro feature but the camera I was using it on is nearly four years old and is rated at only 1.3 megapixels. A friend who is a photo-buff highly recommends a 5+ megapixel camera or taking them with a 35 MM and then scanning in the larger prints to gain the detail I am losing.
Many thanks for the replies and I'll see if the next one will look less like a hobit and more like a slayer. I'll probably go for the hood down around the shoulders to expose the head then.
Back to the drawing board.