07 October 2019

Undeadish Glamour Shot (testing new lighting)

Today I rearranged a bit in the corner of the basement where I paint and photograph. I moved a really bright suspended LED fixture that I recently installed across the room and swapped it with the one near my photo table. Also put it in a slightly better position. This one is brighter and a warmer color.

I had recently draped a sheet of greenish "teddy bear fur” that I won a few years ago over the storage boxes on the ledge behind the table. But as the weather is getting colder, I'm concerned that we will get mice moving into the basement (as has happened the past few years) and I was worried that I was creating a nice nesting spot for them. So the fur backdrop is now suspended from a bit of PVC pipe that is in turn suspended from a water pipe. On my to do list is making some larger trees for the background (and possible future gaming).






I unpacked the Undeadish (or at least most of what's painted so far) for some test photos to see how the lighting would work.






8 comments:

  1. Love the army ! Fantastic job on them ! Fantastic looking Vanja miniature. Seeing her makes me want to buy her a third time and paint her in a similar color-scheme.
    Greetings

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    1. Thanks. I got the resculpted larger version of Vanja from one of the Kickstarters but haven't painted that one yet. Both are great figures.

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  2. Great looking crew, I really love when an army uses one color scheme across minis from different manufacturers, makes for a nice consistent tone. Shoutout to the Reaper giant and the Lord of the Feast, who is damn imposing alongside the smaller scaled dudes!

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    1. Thanks!Good eye -- I fell in love with that Lord of the Feast figure as soon as I saw it, and knew I needed to get/paint one.

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  3. They look great with that backdrop :)

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    1. Thanks! I'd like to work on some more intermediate bits of terrain, but figure it will be fun to mess around with the photo setup for a while. The current one is a nice change from the old grey-blue, and gives me a lot more room.

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  4. They look really good, I love the colour scheme.

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