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Why I'm not posting as much.
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Well I thought I might as well get this out of the way.

You see, put simply, there are a few reasons as to why I don't as often I would like because if I could, then my things would be all over the place. However there are a few things stopping me, these include but not limited to:

1) I don't have one of those background things that help make the moc look cool
2) The only light I have to help show the more of the moc is a single darn table lamp
3) Most of my Mocs now are either Black, grey, silver, white or all of the above and I feel you people are sick of seeing that
4) I'm kind of lazy :P

But yeah those are pretty much the main reasons as to not posting as often. However I am still working on a group of Mocs, those being the Sharax which are my own custom race (got the idea to make them from Wertman8's Gostoks) and I'm currently at about 6 of them.

Anywho that's all I have to say for now. Although here's another teaser as to the Sharax's design.


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  February 5, 2018
I can totally relate, I didn't post anything for a long time until I decided I would just own up to the kind of pictures I could take. What Daniel said was true, all you need is paper. You can see my back drop in this post, <>; , and it's not fancy, And I only use my room lighting. About black mocs, if you can turn down the black point a bit on your photos, and tweak some other things, the black should show up better. Hope I helped, and I look forward to more from you.
  February 5, 2018
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  February 5, 2018
Hey man, first of all, I doubt many of us mind if your creations have similar color schemes. And second, for your backdrop, all you really need is a large piece of white or black card stock paper, (which you should be able to find at a dollar store.) and if you don't have good lighting equipment, try to set your back drop up infront of a window on a cloudy day, or perhaps early in the morning. You don't want direct beams of sunlight on you backdrop, which is why cloudy days are best, but if it's not cloudy, morning time normally works too. Hope this helps!
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