Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Its BFE Galore!


Its been a long rough days since i last posted, hope u all understand the crazines sof life sometimes,

Now i shall be featuring some Battlefield Evolution Figures that are provided by both Joshua and Me. This pic is provided by Joshua's Power SLR Camera and it features some UK troops. Pretty Awesome figures as the previous entry figures. The eyes are a lil wierd but i must say, it still looks good for the scale.

Here U have a section of Troopers combing a Conflict Urban Area and searching for enemy units. The Picture is quite cool in the fact that the SLR focuses on the Jungle Hat Soldier in the foreground than the background unit... I have also put the whole B&W look to it.. to give it a nice ambience.

GDI Troops on the Move

GDI Troopers on the Prowl.

Hi all, Its been rough days and nights.. little sleep and little shit. I havent touch my mig since i am back. But i am already planning on what else to bring to KL to do a paint job. It will most probably be the Soldiers in the Forces of Valour in which i will remodify some colour codes of the figures.

But as for now, i gotta catchup on life and energy before i can continue my project.

Enjoy the Entry!

Friday, March 14, 2008

The Start of the 2008 Compendium

And so as i finish my last catalogue of pics taken wif josh. I will continue now wif the new batch that Josh and I have taken when we met up again during the hol last 2007. And with regards to the pics, i must say, the picture dynamic is getting better ontop of making more nicer perspective shot.

So without furthur ado, here is my first pic which is a really nice perspective one of a squad of DSHCC Marine soldiers witht he bright sky background behind them. Making them silouettes and having the whole "Band of Brother" theme to it.

Modern Band of Brothers

A real nice pic arranged by Josh and I and it took us a while to get it to the right sharpness and detail.

This figures are from the Battlefield Evolution Set which I bought and Josh gave to me from the US. Awesome Figures and great details for something of tht scale which is 1/72.

Onto news down here, I am still in the midst of making the Mig 29, but i am also busy being a study freak and a party animal. So theres hardly anytime left to do my project. But i will get on to it soon. Thats for sure.. Now its time to get drunken like a sailor.. and party like a soldier ;)


Friday, March 07, 2008

Best shot of 2007

I tink this is by far, one of the most nicest military shot tht i got in 2007 when i did it wif my good fren, Joshua. Here we have the silouette of a British Machine Gunner, staring at the distance while the sun is behind him.

The background is natural. All we needed to do is get the right angle, so that the silouette will look perfect. We got 3 nice shots from the photoshoot tht required the British Soldier Model.

The model was also graciously provided by Joshua.

All the pic gives a sense of solitude in the midst of War Conflict. It gives a personal perspective to being in a warfront as it shows the British Soldier having some solo time while on guard patrol. I really like the whole atmosphere of the picture and it gives a sense of security and warmth when i look at it.. As i noe that all countries have their individual soldiers who are defending their nation while we get to enjoy the peace anad luxury of civilian life.

Hope u like the pics.

Soldier at the Horizon
Mel, the British soldier, slings his MG over his shoulder while the sunsets before him.

Machinegunner of the Frontline
MG over his shoulder, Mel looks onward to the horizon.. Contemplating about life back at home..

Sunsets on a Soul

As the sun continues its descent, Mel walks on, doing his guard patrol..

The pic gives a sense of serenity in the midst of a conflict which requires the action of a soldier.

And with regards to making my Mig 29, im HARD AT WORK.. for this weekend.. but i must say.. its been busy for me the past week and so I will need be taking a breather from work and do some fixing up! I shud have brought more models but oh well... dun tink i will have time as my curriculum gets more packed.