LOL! Thanks for the photographic tips Mark but it's still outside of
what I can safely manage. My hobbies include music, carving and most
of all wargames. My wife likes gardening and shopping. Consequently,
our camera is of the point and shoot variety - one that manages to
take a picture if we can remember to get everybodys head in the
frame! 8>) I did have some pictures put on a CD when they were
developed and I have to agree that's pretty neat.
On a serious note, thanks very much for all the work you are doing
on the deepfriedhappymice site. I truly appreciate the figure
comparisons and making Elan and Redcoats & Rebels available.
Glad you liked the figures
--- In 6mm_Miniatures@yahoogroups.com
, "Mark Severin"
> If you have access to a normal 35mm camera, you can (a) buy a
> set of close-up lenses for rough macro work and (b) have htem put
> a CD when you get them developed. Not as easy, but a viable
> Nice figs BTW
> --- In 6mm_Miniatures@yahoogroups.com, "Barry Wallace"
> > Hi all!
> > A week or so ago I wrote a short review of Adler's new AWI range.
> > Since then, I've got a couple of units painted up and I've put a
> > scan of one of them in a new folder in the photos section called
> > 6mm Adler AWI. I apologize for the quality and size of the
> > but I don't have access to a digital camera. Hopefully you'll be
> > able to get an idea of what the figures are like. I'm having a
> > time working on them!
> > Barry