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PostPosted: Sat Apr 26, 2008 1:58 pm 
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Is it just me or is there a serious lack of closeup images of most of the products in the store? I was browsing and I see lots of interesting products but hardly any of them actually show what they look like.

I am wondering if I am somehow having them blocked by my browser or router but they do have the little no image available tag so....

Thanks for any info


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:11 pm 
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Ronald Stepp wrote:
Is it just me or is there a serious lack of closeup images of most of the products in the store? I was browsing and I see lots of interesting products but hardly any of them actually show what they look like.

I am wondering if I am somehow having them blocked by my browser or router but they do have the little no image available tag so....

Thanks for any info


At some point in the near future, we're going to start running a gift certificate program for people to send us pictures of painted minis to put in the store. Everything's been approved, it's just a matter of getting the announcement going.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 26, 2008 7:12 pm 
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Excellent! I saw a good tool at Wal Mart, it's a light box for posing and taking pictures of things to post images of on EBay.. should work good for posing miniatures for good lighting exposures.

No offense but some of the ninja miniature stands accessory shots were very grainy looking and kind of did those awesome miniatures a disservice.

Once I get my set of AV:Tactical and figure out which miniatures I want to start with, I'll dust off my kodak digital camera and try my hand at some pics.

Have a good one!


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