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Post by flipnaz17 on Sat Jul 02, 2011 2:18 am

Hello CABG'ers! I'm flipnaz17 and I'm glad that I finally convinced myself to join here. I've been reading this forum for a while but never knew what it looks like from the inside. My MOCs and figs are mediocre now, but I'm willing to take criticism and improve over time. Once I think I actually have a shot I'll apply for guildship. For now I'll just enjoy others' creations Wow this thing looks.

See you all around.

(My flickr)
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Post by Typhoon on Sat Jul 02, 2011 2:25 am

Welcome to the CABG! I see you can take good photographs which is key to help bring out the detail in your models. Good luck, I looked forward to seeing the kinds of things you can build.
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Re: Hello CABG

Post by Kilo on Sat Jul 02, 2011 5:48 am

Great to see new members! Your builds are off to a great start and in no time will be guild worthy. Your photography is amazing which will be crucial in your guild app. Of course I shouldn't be talking since I haven't finished my application yet. Razz
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Re: Hello CABG

Post by flipnaz17 on Sat Jul 02, 2011 3:40 pm

Thanks for the feedback. I had no idea that sharp photography was that big a deal :scratch:.
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Re: Hello CABG

Post by Justin Pyne on Sat Jul 02, 2011 6:01 pm

flipnaz17 wrote:Thanks for the feedback. I had no idea that sharp photography was that big a deal :scratch:.

Slow down. Photography can either make or break a model, and it's really something you should look into. For example, take an old build of mine with horrid photography. Not such a large response. Then, take another build of mine where the photograph was the main focus of the picture. Huge response. A clear photo is often appealing to the audience, so I suggest you take your time when doing a photo shoot, as you've been doing.

Anywho, welcome to the Clone Army Builders Guild!
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Re: Hello CABG

Post by Rabid Squirrel on Sun Jul 03, 2011 4:28 am

Justin Pyne wrote:
flipnaz17 wrote:Thanks for the feedback. I had no idea that sharp photography was that big a deal :scratch:.

Slow down. Photography can either make or break a model, and it's really something you should look into. For example, take an old build of mine with horrid photography. Not such a large response. Then, take another build of mine where the photograph was the main focus of the picture. Huge response. A clear photo is often appealing to the audience, so I suggest you take your time when doing a photo shoot, as you've been doing.

Anywho, welcome to the Clone Army Builders Guild!
Yes, but Justin, 1600 views and 33 comments is a huge response. Maybe not to you, but to the majority of the Flickr community.
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Re: Hello CABG

Post by Tac on Sun Jul 03, 2011 2:22 pm

Rabid Squirrel wrote:
Justin Pyne wrote:
flipnaz17 wrote:Thanks for the feedback. I had no idea that sharp photography was that big a deal :scratch:.

Slow down. Photography can either make or break a model, and it's really something you should look into. For example, take an old build of mine with horrid photography. Not such a large response. Then, take another build of mine where the photograph was the main focus of the picture. Huge response. A clear photo is often appealing to the audience, so I suggest you take your time when doing a photo shoot, as you've been doing.

Anywho, welcome to the Clone Army Builders Guild!
Yes, but Justin, 1600 views and 33 comments is a huge response. Maybe not to you, but to the majority of the Flickr community.

No, it really is not. Razz
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Re: Hello CABG

Post by TheMissingPiece on Sun Jul 03, 2011 4:57 pm

It's true. I have OVER 9000! Views, and I'm not even a very popular builder. Razz

It helps that, once you have some good builds going, put them into a whole bunch of groups, so people view them.
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Re: Hello CABG

Post by Rabid Squirrel on Sun Jul 03, 2011 6:25 pm

Tac wrote:
Rabid Squirrel wrote:
Justin Pyne wrote:

Slow down. Photography can either make or break a model, and it's really something you should look into. For example, take an old build of mine with horrid photography. Not such a large response. Then, take another build of mine where the photograph was the main focus of the picture. Huge response. A clear photo is often appealing to the audience, so I suggest you take your time when doing a photo shoot, as you've been doing.

Anywho, welcome to the Clone Army Builders Guild!
Yes, but Justin, 1600 views and 33 comments is a huge response. Maybe not to you, but to the majority of the Flickr community.

No, it really is not. Razz
For the record, I've only broken 600 on one picture. 1,600 is a lot to me.
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Re: Hello CABG

Post by flipnaz17 on Wed Jul 06, 2011 6:24 pm

Justin Pyne wrote:
flipnaz17 wrote:Thanks for the feedback. I had no idea that sharp photography was that big a deal :scratch:.

Slow down. Photography can either make or break a model, and it's really something you should look into. For example, take an old build of mine with horrid photography. Not such a large response. Then, take another build of mine where the photograph was the main focus of the picture. Huge response. A clear photo is often appealing to the audience, so I suggest you take your time when doing a photo shoot, as you've been doing.

Anywho, welcome to the Clone Army Builders Guild!

No, no. I mispoke. I understand good photography is important. I'm just surprised it was considered so rare on a site like this.
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