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#18959
final battle 8 Years ago  
The heros catch up with the bad bad dude.. The battle begins. The thief is spider meat.







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#18960
final battle 8 Years ago  
Max -

GREAT use of the 6x6 floors as walls; I don't think ANYONE who posts pics here has tried that. Or at any rate, if they DID, they didn't post pics of it.
Otherwise, while it uses more-or-less standard stacking, it is pretty nicely executed. I don't know how long you've been DF'ing, but your work shows planning.

See ya!

Jim
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#18961
final battle 8 Years ago  
Using the 6x6 floors for walls does make for a nice visual for the heights involved. Looks like a fun pitched battle.

My only comment would be for the photography. Take the time to focus; many cameras auto-focus, but they often need a little time to get it right. Using flash tends to wash out colors, so you're usually better off going without the flash and then using a photo editor to brighten up the picture a bit.

After all, when you're showing us your setups, you want us to see them in the best possible way. Keep it up!
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#18962
final battle 8 Years ago  
Nice setup! I like the blood pouring from the modified alcove peice. Interesting paint scheme on the lord of change, btw.
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#18963
final battle 8 Years ago  
I have to confess I bought that lord of change already painted off the internet. I hate painting mini's.

I put a couple more pictures up on another post. Hopefully my camera use is better. I am not much of a photographer either.

Thanks for your input. I really like this dwarven forge forum and the members seem really cool.
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#18964
final battle 8 Years ago  
Lucky Duck, you got to have your big final battle....

Nice set up, i was wondering how you did the height at first, i would love to do that but don't have enought floors to do it... ;)
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#18965
final battle 8 Years ago  
Max -

Look around for a tripod; all you need is one that will support your digital cam without it shaking. You can get fancy later, as your skills and wallet fatten up.
You could try to make a mount with a double-clamp piece and a 1/4-20 machine bolt. Camera threads onto bolt, bolt get clamped in one end of clamp, other end goes on an el cheapo boom mike stand. Presto, you now have a stationary camera boom crane, kinda. It would allow you to get the camera down into the layouts but still keep steady.
You may find a double-clamp piece, or something like that which would screw onto a mike stand, at a Ritz Camera or similar store. That is assuming (always dangerous!) that you're Stateside near a metro area, such as DC/Phila/Chicago/Dallas/LA, etc. If not, check you local phone book, or hit the Web for an on-line camera store.

Just an idea; I don't guarantee it would work, because I don't know if you can find a clamp-mount like I describe. I also don't know if you have a delay trigger for your camera; if you do, you're in even better shape, because then you can trip the shutter and back away, lowering the chances of a shake.

Good luck on your photography; you seem to have the DF part down pretty good already!

See ya!

Jim
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