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 Just another Nurgle Legion, ogre's legion
gjnoronh
Posted: May 31 2007, 06:59 AM


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Looking good - still need more light in your pics.

Try shooting outdoors in bright sunlight or arranging several bright lights around the objects you are taking pictures of.

I think there's a pinned thread above about taking pictures.

Gary


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It's pretty hypocritical to deride GW for valuing their pocketbooks over what's good for the growth of the hobby while you are buying on ebay and playing in your friendly local gaming store.
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mousekiller
Posted: Jun 1 2007, 03:43 PM


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Great looking army mate. Really like that chariot, is that a conversion or an old style nugle chariot?

Awesome.


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