This is the first lego with good pictures AND semi-good build that I displayed here. But, I'm no expert photographer. (No photoshop!) As you browse through following pictures, please read the crappy sidenotes that go along with it. Thank you, for even opening this page!
Of course, I should add that there is a lot of "Oh Crap!" moments that happen during the photoshoot. Think of it as a terrible "I spy" game, trying to find those wierd moments captured on digital film.
Now I'm not satisfied with the picture taken here, partly becuase if those trans-clear bricks reflect the camera flash. And on a awkward sidenote, how do you add more that six pictures using brickshelf? Please discribe below, and adding a few smiles in the process, would you? Thanks, my dear.
"People! People! Please do not riot, for the photographer of this terrible cockpit picture has been punished!" Says my alter-ego in a british nasaly voice. When I can't figure out any fancy SNOT conections as eye candy, I go with much more detail. However, if you have BOTH a fancy SNOT conections and a lot of detail, that's just badass.
What's santa doing here? Well, I won him at Brickfair at bingo, and he (along with a German classic spaceman and a regular minifig made decided to be in a kick line. (Long story) How he ended up in the porn ..uh.. Lego shoot is beyond my understanding.
handy hint for pics?, after you have uploaded your first seven Photos (including your main.)
Click on upload pics AGAIN, and add the rest of your pictures to the bottom six slots, and click upload. When that is done, you should have a Main pic and 6-12 photos on your page. if you want to add more, click on it again and add more photos. When you upload more than once it will NOT upload over your first pics, it will add the new ones to the set of old ones, instead of replacing them.
If you don't understand, E-mail me.