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Kabal of the Piercing Blade
I've been working on a novel, of which i'll hopefully be getting sorted out soon with a publisher, so here's a segment of it describing a Sybarite (One of which I've modelled) named Dranar;
...his armour was predominantly black with dark red in the recesses; the suit was beaten to a degree, but otherwise it was evidently well looked after. The helmet was plumed with a long, grey lock of animal hair, tied together near its end between his shoulders. Two blades protruded from either end of the base of his helmet and ran close alongside it to a pointed top, from his viewpoint Anaris could see that Dranar was missing the left eyepiece of his helmet, the remains of the lens was purest black, and presumably his organic eye had been lost with it. Dranar’s pistol was holstered at his hip to his right, but his huge left-hand talon was still firmly affixed over his real hand...
- 2x 8-man Warrior squads (Incl. Sybarites)
- Archon "Anum Gara" (Kudos to anyone who can guess how I got that name! )
- 2x Incubi & Archon's 'Familiar' (Looks funky, no effect in game!)
- Dead Chaos Space Marine (Characterful! )
- 1x Sybarite with Agonizer
- Archon "Anum Gara"
- 2x Incubi & Familiar
- Dead Chaos Space Marine
Still to come
- £50 Army box set, hopefully with converted Reaver Succubus
(Apologies in advance for the terrible camera, also I had a very limited supply of colours)
Dead Chaos Space Marine
Last edited by Anum Gara; May 13th, 2009 at 11:05.
Please pull the camera away from the miniature a bit. Also if you have a Macro option on hte camera, it will add to the crispness of the photos.
The proximity to the mini + flash = white washed images.
It takes a bit to find the right distance while still getting the correct image size.. I have found that having more area around the target seems to improve the quality of the image. You can always crop and scale it in Photoshop.
By no means am I perfect with a camera, but as my pics have shown, I am learning.. Hope these tips help you also.
I have tried with many different distances, on many different backgrounds and with/without flash. The camera is years old and unfortunately this is the best it can do, many apologies
Raider built and painted! Pics up soon!