I started out doing some dramatic lighting and positioning tests for a flashback episode that's hopefully coming soon (bricklink, pieces, money, bricklink, pieces, money, bri...), and then had too much fun with it and started messing around.
Bear with me, because there some updates and information bits at the end of this.
Indiana Jones and the...the...er...never mind.
I really like the way the lighting turned out on this one...and I might have even used it as the main image...but the dust! Urgh! just look at that dust on his torso. Ruins the shot.
Just another lighting test...we'll be seeing this Cyclops (though likely in less drab apparel) in future episodes (if I ever get them built, that is).
This image of Zanthas, Ganner's late partner and mentor, is weird. No photo editing at all, just a flashlight on one side and a blue light on the other...but the contrast, the radical color separation, just intrigues me.
And finally, a very dark and blurred-on-the-edges picture of the WIP in the background of the first images (The angle of this picture really does not do it justice). Hopefully I'll get this thing posted before the end of the month...I've been having some part problems, so I apologize for not posting Episode 2 of Ganner's story; I'll try to speed things up.
For those of you who read Episode 1 of before I changed it, you may remember that it stated he was originally of Nerogue before breaking off with his partner Zanthas. This all happened more than two years ago--which is impossible, given that Nerogue was only founded a few months ago. I didn't do my history. That has been remedied now; canon has been changed, and Ganner now was originally of Mythron. Hope that clears things up.
Once again, sorry for the delays, and when I next create a page it will be with an actual moc.
Quoting Stormjay Rider
Nice lighting. Is it all natural, or do you use a program to accent it?
All light-test shots are natural (if you can call flashlights and battery-powered-switch-operated-glowstick-things natural).
However the last picture, the teaser shot, I darkened/blurred/messed with in iPhoto.