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Otra de mi perro, se llama nerón pero a veces le decimos nerf... ah ok
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Cierre muestra: 13 de Junio
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Modeled after the Nerf Maverick revolver. The barrel and the slide move. No it's not spring-loaded and no, it doesn't shoot.
My version of the concept that we used for the workshop in Singapore organised by David Wirawan. I decided to use a background that I shot already a few weeks before, that was originally ment to be for this concept. The photos of the models are shot by Geoff Ang, during the workshop. Because we had a different background during the workshop the models are not perfectly lighten for this photo, but still it all works pretty well
bouquet de nerfs
maybe i will delete this tomorrow...still, for tonight it's fine.
no awards please, thank you.
Here's the final product of my camo test.
For this I used my new studio lights. Shoot-thru umbrella w/ strobe at 1/2 power on left. Softbox w/ strobe on full power on right.
These toy guns are great fun! I can't wait to try this same paint scheme on my Remington 887!
After finding the competition for bountys mounting up across the galaxy,
Ren Pegason finds he must trade in The Mercy Flute
For a Correllian Kestral class frieghter.
Faster and with a longer range than The Mercy Flute The Kestral
gets the package delivered on time.
Still able to fit his refurbished nerf crate to the cargo mandebles on
the front of the craft Ren wastes no time returning to his calling.
I said I'd upload pictures of some of my NERF projects, so here one is! It's based on Mass Effect guns, though it really doesn't look like any from the game. I'm not really going to go into details about it, 'cause it's really not any different from the stock form. And I'm feeling a little sluggish, 'cause it's about midnight right now()where I am. :P
If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments for FM me.
"Perfect square dissection": dividing a square into square parts of all different sizes. (Read about it at MathWorld).