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My four new overpriced droids... Clockwise from top: R7-T1, R4-T6, R7-Z0, and R4-J1.

twk333, ZanyMuffin, lamont_cranston, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. twk333 69 months ago | reply

    cool photo ... the lighting is really nice! ... ;)

  2. Kurasaybo 69 months ago | reply

    At last.. you got'em
    Congrats

  3. mofoJT 69 months ago | reply

    Well done!

  4. Reaper58 69 months ago | reply

    How well do they actually hold together? I'm thinking of dropping dough and just buying the figs with R4-T1 parts. Stupid clones.

  5. Ѕolo 69 months ago | reply

    These hold together great. If you didn't know ahead of time that they came in 4 parts, you wouldn't think they could be disassembled cleanly.

  6. Reaper58 69 months ago | reply

    Sweet, now to watch HTS like a hawk.

  7. SamuraiMoose 69 months ago | reply

    I have the left foot of the black one :D I got it with my Commander Gree, I believe.

    Glad you didn't have to buy all the figures just to get these parts!

  8. phrawggmak 68 months ago | reply

    So how'd you shoot this exactly?

  9. Ѕolo 68 months ago | reply

    With a camera!

    What, you mean more information than that? OK, with my camera on my Gorillapod about a meter away using macro mode, zoomed in so nothing else was in frame like the wall behind the black posterboard I used as a backdrop. It was a six second exposure, and the only light source was my Mini Maglite with an off the shelf LED kit instead of the little incandescent bulb. I waved it around from the right side of the figures for a few seconds, then from the left for the remaining seconds, all the while aiming it at the figures. No other light source, the room was dark except for the flashlight. I opened it in Paint Shop Pro and tweaked the contrast slightly and removed the LEGO stand holding R7-T1 in the air, cropped and saved, and uploaded. How's that?

  10. phrawggmak 68 months ago | reply

    perfect. exactly what i wanted to know. thanks.

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