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    Default PENNZOIL Skyline GTR (8 pics)

    my first airbrushed car model... hence the lousy workmanship.
    and it has been in the storeroom for quite a few years... so it's very dusty!
    thanks in advance for any comments or criticism!







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    Default Re: PENNZOIL Skyline GTR

    critiques? anyone?

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    I quite like the series, although the model shows signs of ageing, perhaps with the clever use of lights, it add to that feel .. nice and esp the first shot where glimpse of details within the car can be seen. Overall, its the lighting effect landing on the model that attracts me most

    Just a newbee imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leinaj
    I quite like the series, although the model shows signs of ageing, perhaps with the clever use of lights, it add to that feel .. nice and esp the first shot where glimpse of details within the car can be seen. Overall, its the lighting effect landing on the model that attracts me most

    Just a newbee imo
    thanks for the comments.

    i like to play with lightings, but honestly i've no idea what i'm doing...
    plus i don't have a proper light source...
    am currently using a normal desk lamp... the color is quite orangish too...
    so always have to use PS to correct the color.

    this is my setup...


    anyone has any recommendations for cheap lights meant for amateur photography?
    are strobe lights the only kind of photography lights? are they mainly for portraits?

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