Minor/Repaint: BEHOLD! the only rampage-demolisher combo to stand alone!

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  1. prime13

    prime13 UCHUU KITAAAA

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    just like the title says. I have created a form to wich they do not need help standing. they probably will when I get mixmaster though.
    sorry if the pics seem blurry. all you have to do is remove the hydraulics without breaking,
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    insert one of its pegs into demolishers slot-hole thing,
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    and the other into his tracks screwhole.
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    and then you take the clip side and clip it into rampages protection-rail thingy.
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    and then you have a stable combo
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  2. shinobi77

    shinobi77 Fatbastard

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    I'm sorry man, while I applaud the effort, the execution isn't so hot.....

    but, I do have to say, don't let me stop you, you need to keep going and make it win, who knows, you could be on to something....

    but most of all, pull the camera back, can't see a thing to know fully what you are talking about, remember, don't always need the camera right on top of things to know what you are talking about, if worse comes to worse, open the pic up for editing and drawn an arrow, or circle.
     
  3. Buckethead

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    thats pretty good i would have never thought of that. I would be just worried he wont be as tall as he should be. I may have to "borrow" that technique. thanks for sharing ! :bowdown: 
     
  4. kylash327

    kylash327 TOOOOOOYS!

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  5. maninthebox94

    maninthebox94 Banned

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    check your camera modes for a "close up" option man :( 
     
  6. prime13

    prime13 UCHUU KITAAAA

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  7. OPMEGS1.0

    OPMEGS1.0 I Dislike Hotshot's jam!

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    no offence, but a failed attempt
     
  8. NorwFan

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    Use macro
     
  9. Superquad7

    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    I'd like to say that I applaud your effort. :)  While some may give you a hard time, few will put their money where their mouth is, so to speak. I say, keep working on this, and you'll eventually end up with a completed piece you're proud of.

    As for the photos:

    I'm sorry, but a "crappy camera" isn't necessarily an excuse for "crappy photos". While a sub-par camera can hinder you quite a bit, depth of field can help you out tremendously. You don't have to worry about a micro setting to achieve good photos. Simply make sure your subject matter is in focus. Neutral backgrounds will help with this as well as good lighting.

    Nearly five years ago when I started creating TF customs, I was using a camera that is the equivalent to what most people have on their cell phone now. It was a 1 megapixel camera, but it was all I had. Determination and work is what took my photos where I wanted them to go. My photos won't win any awards, but they were good enough for others to see the work I was doing.

    Photoshop or an equivalent photo editing software can help as well. However, software can only help bad photos so much. I always think of using photo editing software as the icing on the cake, not the batter.

    Anyways, I hope my comments can help you out :thumb 
     
  10. Maximo Prime

    Maximo Prime Bassist of Ill Repute

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    yes, please take new pics, cuz this looks great! I'd like to try it.
     
  11. kylash327

    kylash327 TOOOOOOYS!

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    not sure what use just having those 2 standing together is..
     
  12. reluttr

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    may I suggest you use macro mode, all you have to do is turn the dial on your camera to the picture of the flower, its great for close up pics.
     

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