Here's how to get those down to a manageable size (LO has a maximum size for pictures, so your big pictures are going to be turned into links by the mods.):
Open a photobucket account, and upload the pictures there.
Above each photo on the menu in Photobucket, click "Edit"
Above the photo, you can now "Resize"
Choose the 640x480 option.
Use the direct link to put your photos on LO.
well, for the speaker-thing, i cant see if its textured, but if it is, you should use a drybrush of whatever color you want to use. for the wire, use a consistant coat of a bright color (green, blue, red etc.)if the rubble is stone, use a 2:1 mix of chaos black and codex grey for a basecoat, than a 1:1 mix of the same colors in a medium-heavy drybrush, after that, use straight codex grey with a light drybrush. to top it off, use (reaper paint) stone grey. If you dont have that, I think that codex grey + bleached bone in equal parts will make about the same color. If it is metal, use boltgun metal, with progressing drybrushes of chainmail, and mithril silver. the speaker itself could easily be made into an industrial light (though it would be a difficult paint, or simple, depending on the color of the light) you should paint the post the same way you would paint most metal. one detail that would add a lot to the peice is: rivets. You can just use a holepuncher on plasticard (or cardboard-paper (tagboard to those who know it by that name)) then use a pit of cestnut ink around said rivets, making a streak down the way that gravity would have pulled rainwater down before it was rubble.
hope this helps!
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