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I painted these last October, and decided that I'd paint the werewolf more to match those in Skyrim rather than the usual browns. Between that and Strumbannfuhrer Grauler's uniform it was a challenge in using greys and I was happy with the way they came out. I'm still learning how to use my new camera by trial and error so some pictures are getting too much flash, others not enough.100_0061.JPG.21a4752e72e8cc6f1f70426ca95d9760.JPG100_0054.JPG.a7901ecd59392869047dbb943876ee78.JPG100_0055.JPG.c63b8f07c2b5bb94b36370e8c95073ca.JPG100_0058.JPG.b93331eb60b4b9360cf559d35989b8a3.JPG100_0060.JPG.859f7e9c6492b2a243a3edcc7361d3fc.JPG100_0059.JPG.7c7ec1f36e70c82d5d38a04025a47802.JPG

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Cool figures!

 

Have you looked through the shutterbug area of the forums? There might be some hints/tips/tricks in there to help you win your battle with the camera.

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3 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Cool figures!

 

Have you looked through the shutterbug area of the forums? There might be some hints/tips/tricks in there to help you win your battle with the camera.

I'll have to look thru there today. I think it has something to do with the distance from the camera to the miniature. 

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