Very nice figures and VTOL. I particularly like how you've done the helmet visors - they look a bit like perspex riot visors.The green screening is good - how have you done that?
Thanks! I used this tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zGnI34uls4 and then I created a gradient layer of blue to white behind the figures. Then I used layer styles to make the figures have a white glow behind them.
Great job, Mr.H! You will need to insure your collection with Lloyds of London soon!
Haha, thanks! I'm taking over a bunch of my terrain and my army over to my buddy's house tomorrow. I'm not sure if we'll get a game in, but we're going to at least take some "action" shots in the terrain...
Excellent. I've been very interested in how your troops, and scenery would look and move on an extended playing-field in a scenario. Hope you get some of the wrinkles out of the project and some dice rolled. Enjoy, Sir.
They both look great. Look forward to some action shots
They do look great, especially the VTOL. The green screen trick is very cool, I may have to try that one day.
Nice work! That little VTOL is surprisingly badass-cute for a piece of war gear ;)Cool Mini or Not has a decent tutorial by Spacemunkie on how to swap backgrounds from your photos:http://www.coolminiornot.com/forums/showthread.php?11603Nothing about the white glow, but I expect you could do that in several different ways
Terrific minis and photo manipulation Mr. H! looking forward to some shots of this eye candy on the table.
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