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Hey guys I have a couple of models that I have been working on for about a week and I would like to get them done by tomorrow(Thurs, Jan. 10). So I decided to get some opinions on if it's cool and what other colors I should do. It's a mix betweeen my own craftworld and Ulthwe(Must use Eldrad!!!) and so I decided to come to almighty LO.
Just browse through them and stuff at your own pace and stuff.
I hope they work.(Sorry they are blurry:cry: )
I was thinking that I should put red on the lower half of the farseers clothes and make the handles bone coloured or gold
Last edited by lordsauron; January 11th, 2007 at 04:05.
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The reason your pictures aren't showing up is because you can't do it straight from your C drive - you have to upload the images onto a site such as Photobucket.com and then put the URL of the image (supplied by photobucket) in between the [img] brackets.
So, you'd put in something like:
[img]copy/paste the URL here[ /img]
When you do that, though, post only one or two images, then leave the rest as clickable links, so that the page isn't filled with too many pics. =) Hope this helps.
The links are to Searches.
If you upload the images into your own account's gallery (which I'm assuming you did?), you should see thumbnails of your images. Below each thumbnail is a series of small boxes with the URL, URL with [img] tags, etc.
Take the one with the [img] tags, click it once (should highlight), copy it, then pase it into your first post. The image itself should show up.
Hope this works. =)
I think that they look OK - hard to tell from your pictures as they are totally out of focus...
oh no, the pictures are perfectly in focus, just they are focusing on the curtains
you used a digi camera (not a phone) I think, did you have macro mode turned on? if not turn it on, now put the mini down, then rest the camera at its ideal focal distance for macro mode (usually between 6-12 inches depending on the camera) make sure the mini is in the middle of the screen and hence the thing being focused on, try and take the picci using daylight, and once more, rest the camera on something and you should get better piccis
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