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Thread started 27 Aug 2009 (Thursday) 18:19
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Making toys come to life

 
ozangel
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Hi all thought i would try and get some shots of toys imitating life. Anyone else out there done this? What do you think? Anycomments to make them even more realistic?

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Aug 27, 2009 18:19

ozangel :)

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easternbluedevil
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Love it. Looks great

Aug 28, 2009 03:56



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TMCCaptured
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ha ha ha ha brillent Idea

Aug 28, 2009 03:57

Why Die Wondering?

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TheLaird
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Yes a great idea and well shot.

Aug 28, 2009 06:09

Illegitimi non carborundum --- Now with 5dII --- Full gear listing ---

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