I was thinking much the same.Impressive building, as well as techno-skill on her part. In "reality" (ayep, here we go), the kinetic effects of the pink rifle might be pretty exciting in the confines of the bunker. Big bonus points for the geezer's snowy armpits!
I look forward to you vignettes.
Your photoshoots are incredible to begin with, but now you're lighting stuff on fire! So awesome!
Absolutely love it. The scene is so much fun, and I love the plasma cannon. Everything has this great look of low-tech/high tech, cobbled together technology. And your characters just exude personality.
Killing it as always.
The figures are perfect, the story is funny, and once again Ephiane terrifies me by putting precious figures so close to real flames. But maybe the funniest part is the in-joke of using the recycled computer components -- which totally works.
now thats some fine looking plasma caster you got there, having working led lighting is the icing on the cake.
in case you wanna switch to laser rifles i'd advice in using some protective eye wear. never trust them cheap chinese pointers :doctor
Just had to come back and comment again. I don't always remember to post mini photo shoots because I get too focused on the "forest" . I love how this single room tells such a large story. I hope to produce something worthwhile soon to post, thanks for the inspiration!
Again, the gun, characters and scenery are all fantastic!
Thank You very muchfor the nice comments, Friends :thanksYowZa ! that looks like a most powerful gun !
Yet another fun filled photostory !
Fun mini story. A bit different than your regular fantasy stories, but still well done. :thumb
I was thinking much the same.
The 'pit hair is a new one. I don't think I have seen a figure with it yet :thumb
Thanks Friends,I appreciate the additional photo, and all the information details. Beautifully done, as always. If the rubber body to which you sewed white hair is a Phicen, note that by simply getting the silicone surface sticky (i.e., removing some of the protective powder), you could attach hairs or cloth fibers by simply sticking them on, allowing you to remove them later if you want.
Funny you should mention it, I am working on a little diorama where He-who-is-bringing-hairy-back will indeed be hairy. Actually that part is done, now I am trying to make the scene (from a very recent/current film) work.Thanks Friends,
there´s Hair on the Geezer at all directions where is has to be. It´s not allowed anymore to show it here :lol. ... and i think it will be a bit ambiguous if i send You Two Pictures in a PM of that what i mean :wink