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Hey guys I have made a new series called Dragon's End and I was wondering if you guys could comment on it so I can get it famous thanks!
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| April 25, 2012, 8:30 pm
Quoting Alexander Garcia
Hey guys I have made a new series called Dragon's End and I was wondering if you guys could comment on it so I can get it famous thanks!

Sure! And hey, I'm no troll. Based on the past of MP Help, people will usually start hating on you for that kind of stuff immediately.
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| April 25, 2012, 9:01 pm
Quoting Wheeljack 8824
Sure! And hey, I'm no troll. Based on the past of MP Help, people will usually start hating on you for that kind of stuff immediately.
Ok thanks for watching out for me sorry for calling you troll.

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| April 25, 2012, 9:11 pm
Quoting Alexander Garcia
Quoting Wheeljack 8824
Sure! And hey, I'm no troll. Based on the past of MP Help, people will usually start hating on you for that kind of stuff immediately.
Ok thanks for watching out for me sorry for calling you a troll.


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| April 25, 2012, 9:11 pm
Quoting Alexander Garcia
Quoting Wheeljack 8824
Sure! And hey, I'm no troll. Based on the past of MP Help, people will usually start hating on you for that kind of stuff immediately.
Ok thanks for watching out for me sorry for calling you troll.

No hard feelings.
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| April 25, 2012, 9:14 pm
I took a look at it. good storyline. I think you can do better at the presentation though. Where to begin? First, the background. I am not exactly sure where these people are. Even if you were to only make a facade of castle walls or trees or something that would help. That way the detailed characters would be in an equally detailed place. that would help out with your camera angles too. I can tell that you are making all your shots looking down so that your furniture doesn't show in the shot. if you build up two walls of the backgroundand and shoot from the opposite corner it would work better. Now, lighting. An ordnary desk lamp works wonders. I use a lamp that you can aim at different angles for taking pictures of my mocs. I think you could get some good background and camera angles from some of the experienced storytellers. I heard glomshire knights is a pretty good castle story.
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| April 26, 2012, 1:13 pm
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