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You are putting out some really nice tabletop figures here Ian.

 

I'd really like to see BETTER pictures tho.

 

Check out Doug's Miniature Photography 101 thread and see how to get some better pictures of your work. ::D:

Yeah, I am slowly evolving on this. Just the little I have changed has made a huge difference. More upgrades to come, hopefully, haha

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