Beautiful command stand, excellent paint job and basing...
The detail on the figures has come up great. I hope they lead your armies to many victories, and remember, a Pyrrhic victory is still a victory.I haven't seen a light tent before. Does it mean you don't need a flash?
Cheers, yep I'll take any victory that comes my way.The light tent cost about $30 from China on E-bay including delivery. I still used a flash with these shots, still have to do some experimentation and play around a bit as my camera is pretty basic.
Really nice! Love those Aventines.Have you downloaded Picasa? It's free, and you can edit the photos after, re-cropping, or turning up or down the lighting.
Hi Simon. No not as yet re Picasa, sometime soon hopefully. I tried placing a couple of comments on your blog but I'm a bit dubious about having my full name plastered across the bloggersphere. Paranoid, maybe ...... it comes with my line of work.Anyway your rule set looks very interesting, I would be very interested when you finally publish. Cheers, Guido.
Hi Guido, yes Google+ is not for the fainthearted! Not long now to publication of the rules, gulp.Re the photos, if you turn the flash off, Picasa will sort the rest out. It's a nifty bit of software.Best, Simon
Excellent command stand!
Very nice work Guido- lighting tent. You are becoming all professional on us, heaven forbid!
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