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8 hours ago, knarthex said:

But you spelled the name wrong......

That one took me a minute, Lol!  I was sitting here thinking, "No I didn't!"

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4 hours ago, eldamir said:

That one took me a minute, Lol!  I was sitting here thinking, "No I didn't!"

There have been multiple times since I joined the forums where people have spelled it correctly in various threads......

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I love the almost iridescent look you achieved with the wings, nicely done!

 

And don't worry, you didn't actually spell the dragon's name wrong. When someone posts using purple text, it means they're joking or being sarcastic. :)

 

EDIT: Oh, I forgot to mention that because you're photographing a black figure with a white background, it messes with the camera and causes the mini to look very dark and hides a lot of detail. A more neutral background, such as gray or beige, with more indirect lighting (no camera flash), would go a long way toward showing more of the detail on the dragon. Hope that helps! ^_^

 

Huzzah!        

--OneBoot :D

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1 minute ago, OneBoot said:

I love the almost iridescent look you achieved with the wings, nicely done!

Thanks!  Trying the Ruby Red and Adamantium Black together really came out well, I thought

 

2 minutes ago, OneBoot said:

And don't worry, you didn't actually spell the dragon's name wrong. When someone posts using purple text, it means they're joking or being sarcastic. :)

I figured it out after a frantic look at both the box that I had finally put in the trash and at the store link :)  (although the tip regarding purple text might help me out next time!

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1 hour ago, hosercanadian said:

my only criticism is the lighting...can you take a picture without harsh lighting?

I tried a couple more - one with my phone's flash and a few without - part of the issue could always be that I'm using a phone camera :D

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Much better.  I light the transitions even more when more visible.

 

The mix of natural and artifical light can cause some issues.  Try using indirect natural light or take pictures as night with artifical light.

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