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    Tank Commander




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    T-34 Tank
















    Weight - 26.5 tonnes
    Length - 6.68 m gun forward
    Width - 3.00 m
    Height - 2.45 m
    Crew - 4
    Armour - Hull front 47 mm /60° (upper part)
    45 mm (1.8")/60° (lower part),
    Hull side 40 mm[3]/41°(upper part),
    Hull rear 45 mm,
    Hull top 20 mm,
    Hull bottom 15 mm,
    Turret front 60 mm,
    Turret side 52 mm/30°,
    Turret rear 30 mm,
    Turret top 16 mm
    Main Armament - 76.2 mm (3.00 in) F-34 tank gun
    Operational Range - 400 km
    Speed - 53 km/h
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    RA025-3 Soviet T34/76 (3A POAHHY!) (King and Country RA025-3)






    "This last of the trio has the Russian slogan painted on the side of the turret which means “For the Motherland” and again comes complete with a tank commander figure."
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    The scale and dimension of this WW2 Russian tank matches so closely to the real thing too (model tank is moulded from rock chips and epoxy so is a heavy item as well)

    Click to see the large size image



    Scaled it down for comparison....



    Tips on how this tank image was shot
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    My first shoot with anime figure. This is from the Dead or Alive game. Figure is semi-gloss and this makes lighting quite difficult and even so in PP as the colors much match the actual figure. Shooting TANKS were very much easier....






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    Museum Piece / Photo . Below is my replica in 1:10 scale from Boford Japan / Mononofu

    Shining metal and rounded objects are the most difficult to shoot... so is this piece of Japanese body armor

    MONONOFU - Samurai Armor





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    Kaiyodo BOME series Kasumi Figure blue Ver. Japan Dead or Alive

    The Dead or Alive Figure again - this time in full height







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    This is another game anime figure from Rumble Roses Dixie Celements. Don't know why but this figure is going for quite $ in amazon US$280

    My piece had been displayed and without box or mint is not worth that much.... I used pink filter for the 2 led lightings to make skin rosier. Unlike life model, "she" don't sweat shooting in contnuous lighting

    Yamato - Rumble Roses Dixie Clements 1/8 Scale PVC Figure







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    Quote Originally Posted by DM101 View Post
    This is another game anime figure from Rumble Roses Dixie Celements. Don't know why but this figure is going for quite $ in amazon US$280

    My piece had been displayed and without box or mint is not worth that much.... I used pink filter for the 2 led lightings to make skin rosier. Unlike life model, "she" don't sweat shooting in contnuous lighting







    As usual, top grade lighting in your photos

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    wonderful series bro! u have two very expensive hobbies hehe.. keep it coming

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    Glad both you like it... I see if I can shoot more of such figures whenever possible.. I still have some quite tall ones, must make a portrait height softbox first. Stay tuned!






    MONONOFU - Samurai Helmets




    These are re-shoots done this week. My earlier effort when I started out photography year back was quite poorly done.




    These helmets are made of metal, some plastics. Again those shining golden plates are most difficult to shoot/get correct - too bright no details, too dim cannot show the "gold" color


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    Wow, great photos and miniatures!
    My photo page: TDR Photography

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheoDR View Post
    Wow, great photos and miniatures!
    Glad you like it. I tried to replicate your Diecast cars using my 1:43 ones - mine TOO SMALL cannot show the details. Also because is small and metallic paint make it hard to shoot as well

    Being small they are easy to keep though...

    HONDA JAZZ (called FIT in Japan) - BLUE with roof. Nice car on the road - good pick-up due to high VTEC engine torque - but "not stable" cornering at high speeds on PIE though, the car like can "fly"









    EBBRO Honda Fit (2007) with Sky Roof 1:43 (Brilliant Skyblue Metallic) - Limited Edition























    Model: Honda Fit (Jazz) 1.3
    Body style: 5-door sub-compact car
    Engine: 1,339 cc
    Horsepower: 100 bhp
    Transmission: 5-speed automatic
    Wheelbase: 2,500 mm
    Length: 3,985 mm
    Width: 1,695 mm
    Height: 1,525 mm
    Kerb Weight: 1,080 kg
    Acceleration 0-100 kmh: 11.7 sec





    EBBRO Honda Fit (2007) 1:43 (Premium White Pearl)






    The Honda Fit, also marketed as the Honda Jazz, is a five-door subcompact car manufactured and marketed by Honda since 2001. The second generation Fit (this model) debuted on 17 October 2007 at the Tokyo Motor Show. At its introduction in 2007, it won the Car of the Year Japan Award for the second time. The vehicle offers a longer wheelbase than its predecessor and is wider and longer overall. Overall height is left unchanged though.
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    HODAY CITY (made in Thailand car) - Like JAZZ fast pick-up due to VTEC engine - uses same platform as JAZZ. Also like can "fly" ate high speed cornering

    Model by EBBRO - limited edition 1008 pieces worldwide. At such 1/43 scale details not very refined though...


    EBBRO Honda Fit ARIA 1.5 (2003) (Honda City) 1:43 (Taffeta White) - Limited Edition





















    Model: Honda Fit Aria (Honda City) 1.5 VETC
    Body style: 4-door sedan
    Engine: 1,497 cc
    Horsepower: 100 bhp
    Transmission: 5-speed automatic
    Wheelbase: 2,450 mm
    Length: 4,390 mm
    Width: 1,690 mm
    Height: 1,485 mm
    Kerb Weight: 1,190 kg
    Acceleration 0-100 kmh: 11.8 sec



    The fourth generation City made its world debut at the Thailand International Motor Expo in November 2002. This version was imported from Thailand and launched as Fit Aria in Japan domestic market from December 20, 2002. The word "aria" is a type of expressive melody, usually heard in opera.


    Close-ups... given these diecast cars are not more than 4cm in height, the details are quite good and very accurate to the real ones on the roads.
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    HONDA CIVIC generation 8 - HONDA white paint is actually creamy/yellowish in color. CIVIC is the "ah-beng" car so insurance is very much higher (maybe a lot of accidents?). The 1.8litre street version can go 1 litre 13KM - but suffers from cabin/road noise, I think due to its flat passenger rear floor


    Ebbro Honda CIVIC Type-R EURO Japan Version (2007) 1/43 (Championship White)























    Model: Honda Civic Type R (highest performance version of the Honda Civic)
    Body style: 4-door sports sedan
    Engine: 1,998 cc
    Horsepower: 225 bhp
    Transmission: 6-speed manual
    Wheelbase: 2,700 mm
    Length: 4,540 mm
    Width: 1,770 mm
    Height: 1,430 mm
    Kerb Weight: 1,260 kg
    Acceleration 0-100 kmh: 8.3 sec




    The Japanese market Civic Type R (FD2) went on sale on March 30, 2007. For the first time, the JDM Civic Type R was sold as a four-door sports sedan rather than a three-door hot hatch. Using the Japanese market four-door sedan as a base model means the new Type R is now bigger, wider and heavier.
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    These diecast cars are not more than 4cm in height, so the details are considered superb already. Just look ate the tyre threads - so well molded.


    Below diecast model is from AUTOART the MAZDA CX-7 SUV. Very nice design like all MAZDA cars - but at 2.3 litre is a oil gluzzer. Goes only 1 litre 6.5KM at best



    AutoArt Mazda CX-7 (2009) 1/43 (Crystal White Pearl Mica)























    Model: Mazda CX-7
    Body style: 5-door Compact crossover SUV
    Engine: 2,261 cc
    Horsepower: 235 bhp
    Transmission: 6-speed (A)
    Wheelbase: 2,750 mm
    Length: 4,676 mm
    Width: 1,87 mm
    Height: 1,646 mm
    Kerb Weight: 1,749 kg
    Acceleration 0-100 kmh: 8.3 sec





    The Mazda CX-7 was a compact crossover SUV model from Mazda, and is the production version of the MX-Crossport concept car. The CX-7 went on sale in spring 2006 as a 2007 model. Sales of the CX-7 were mediocre - sitting between the sizes of compact and midsize crossovers means it was not competitive in either category, plus the turbocharged model had poor fuel economy.


    According to Autocar (Magazine), Mazda had ceased the production of its CX-7. The decision is said to come following the immense success of Mazda's smaller CX-5 SUV which have considerably lowered the demand for the larger, more expensive CX-7.
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