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Neyuttad

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    Filmmaker by day, nerd by night.

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  1. You have to expose for the white/bright parts first by adjusting your camera settings. If your camera has some form of highlight warning functions (like zebras), that will help greatly. You will then have very dark shadows which you can brighten up with white bounce cards. Hope that helps.
  2. Love the level of contrast. You also painted the eyes really well! My only nitpick is that I only wish the colors/texture of the rock didn't match so well with the fur.
  3. Hello, hello! Not really a new member but I've been absent from this hobby for more than a decade. I first started it when I was in college then life got in the way. Now with more time and more disposable income, I've been digging out my old stash of minis and trying to get them all painted. I'm amazed at the evolution of the hobby in addition to the ease of looking up tutorials on youtube. It's been very fun. 🙂 Ney
  4. That looks cool. They look EXACTLY like acolyte fighters from the PC game Homeworld Cataclysm
  5. The unrealistic gunfight in d20. Hmm on top of my head: being able to survive a grenade eventhough it's on top of you. I'm looking for a fast-paced, somewhat realistic combat mechanism as opposed to the the "keep rolling dice until you one drops" Now i'm not bashing d20 or dnd, I've been playing it for a long-time now but for the purpose of this campaign, I would just like something different
  6. I'm looking for a new fighting system to complement or even replace d20 modern. I heard about Cyberpunk Friday Night Firefight and how it's dynamic and action-packed. Suggestions anyone? Thanks :)
  7. It was good while it was still a trilogy. Now plots are all over the place. It's going to be another Wheel of Bloody Time.
  8. The tail looks mighty fragile with the flimsy-looking pin... it's not going to hang is it?
  9. Oh wow, Ana sure improved her painting skill! This is really good! I'm so jealous
  10. I'm more inclined to agree with SaintRigger - ultraviolence is part of the cyberpunk genre. It is a violent future after all. I'm not familiar with Friday Night Firefight nor Cyberpunk 2020 and as of now we don't have enough people. Let's wait a bit :)
  11. Sorry if it took a while to answer, it's been busy lately with christmas and new year. As for the characters, I would prefer not to put too much restrictions on them. I can tell the story from different perspective depending on what kind of characters the players want. The only restriction is that they have to know each other before the adventure starts and/or are from the same power groups. Here they are... 1. Police/Security/Vigilante Forces/Mercenary Forces 2. Organized Crime organizations, mobsters, gansters, etc 3. One of the Mega-Corps agents What would you guys want
  12. Those are awesome, I love the way you arranged them. May I ask who made those models?
  13. I'm just testing the water here to see if there's any interests. My past attempts to start a game were unsuccesful so I'm a little wary. I was wondering how many people would want to start a GURP campaign in a cyberpunk setting (think William Gibson's Neuromancer, Count Zero, Night City) let me know :)
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