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i had the same problems with taking pics the other day
what you do is take the clearist pic you can from farther away
then put it on ur comp. and crop out basicly anything that is not the figure
anyway the figure looks really good
That is nice to be your first mini! I buried my first minis a long time ago...
Have you painted at all before? Other miniaiture games perhaps? Or are you just an aspiring artist that no one knows about?
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Buried your first mini... I'd just strip it and redo it, take before and after pictures for kicks.
Very nice job indeed.
Of course a closer picture would be nice, but from what I can see it looks like you did a great job. Obviously exceeds tabletop quality.
I of course need to add that this is an excellent first model.
Last edited by Caduceus; July 14th, 2006 at 14:34.
wow thats incredible. If I showed LO what my 1st mini attempt looked like then I think I could effectively get the whole internet censored.
*my poor, poor striking scorpion :cry: the 1st guy to be completed by the evil that is my painting*.
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Looks decent for a first model.
If you want to get in high-details shots, use Macro function of your camera (usually indicated by a "flower" icon")
Wow, thanks guys.
I really don't have much modelling experience..the only mini I've done before this was a Marauder for the old BT game. Other than that, I just read a bunch of tutorials and painting guides online.
Thanks for the photo help, hopefully I'll be able to get a better picture on here after I get off work :yes:
Frankly, if you can stay within the lines on your first model, you are at a point alot of people never get too. So congrats.