Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Playing with the Wife's Camera: Pt. 1

Last night I decided to take some pictures of some models I have painted in the past. My previous attempts at taking pictures of miniatures haven't gone well, with most be out of focus. After reading some things online and in White Dwarf I decided to try again using those techniques and the wife's camera. After she set the camera settings for me, I took lots of pictures, some of which are shown below. I will have another post with the others soon. I think they came out pretty good considering it was my first attempt, hopefully I can improve some aspects of these that I don't like.

Below is a priest with an eviscerator I painted for my Imperial Guard army several years back. I really liked this model and had to include him.

Below is a pic of the limited edition WitchHunter Inquisitor I painted when it was released many years ago.

Below is a "test model" for my Crimson Fists Army that is built and awaiting paint.

Another post will show more of the models I photographed last night. As you will see its been awhile since I have painted any models. All of my painted models are mostly test models painted several years ago for armies that I have purchased. Some of these armies are built and others lie in bags untouched. This blog is hopefully gonna change all that and push me to build, paint, then play with an army, instead of my current method of build 7500 pt army then build another huge army then another, etc. Next time some progress will be made to Project Deathguard.


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  2. The priest was for that HQ squad with all power fist attacks in close combat

    circa 2005