ROTF Devastator's toy collection

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  1. The Bucket Kitten

    The Bucket Kitten Meow... TFW2005 Supporter

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    This is my collection of Transformers, Bionicle, and Hero Factory figures. (As of now)


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    A painted ROTF Sideways is in the center of this photo.
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    A lonely Bludgeon
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    The two Halo Megabloks figs I own.
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    Kardas Dragon with his play toys.
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    This box is fill with a mixture of junkers, fail customs, and misc.
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    I have a Busou Shinki (Maochao) on the way as well.

    Sorry for any blurry photos.
     
  2. Superquad7

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    It looks like you have a cool collection! Hopefully, you can improve the photos in the future. Thanks for sharing :) 
     
  3. Autobot-X1

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    I agree. That is a Nice collection you have there, but the pics are a lil blurry. What kind of camera did you use?
     
  4. The Bucket Kitten

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    Thanks for the comment :) . The type of camera I use is a Vivitar ViviCam 25. It isn't that great, but it gets the job done.
     
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    Did you take these at night? Does the room get much natural light?

    Most cameras take sharper pictures when there's more light, and if you don't have powerful lights for photography, daylight is often better than night time house lights for this.

    Or a tripod can also resolve issues of blurry pictures.

    Nice collection!
     
  6. The Bucket Kitten

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    I did take these at night, I'll remember to take them during the day next time.

    Thanks for the advice and comment.
     

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