Tuesday, 31 December 2013

WW2 IN SEPIA


 
In my last post Paul from http://paulsbods.blogspot.co.uk/  suggested I take a few pictures in sepia as it might make some of the pictures look more real. Thanks for the tip Paul.
 
Some of the pictures you have already seen in colour in my last post but the ones of the vehicles are new. In the next day or so I will post the colour versions of these vehicles with a lot more pictures.
 
 






 

 

 





 

 

The vehicles are from Warlord, colour pictures coming to this blog next year. (well in a couple of hours actually)

Happy New Year and thanks to all of you that visit.

Pat. 

21 comments:

  1. These pictures are awesome! At a first look it seems that thes are historical pictures.
    Happy New Year.

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  2. Very cool Pat and does give an authentic look. Happy New Year!

    Christopher

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  3. Amazing! Maybe you should try to add a bit of fading at the edges. Nonetheless great pictures.

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  4. Thanks chaps.
    Moiterei I wouldn't know where to start with the fading but thanks anyway.
    Happy New Year,
    Pat.

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  5. top notch as usual. Have a Happy New Year

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  6. The pics look excellent and do really look real!

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  7. Those are just amazing. Where there are no bases, the pics could be for real, especially some of the infantry ones.

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  8. Very nice, the sepia works well, Have a Great Year ahead Pat
    regards
    Loki

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  9. Wow, I very much like the sephia look. I may steal it for some of my 19th century work.

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  10. A stunning end to the year Pat, Happy New Year to you Sir!

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  11. Very atmospheric!

    Happy New Year...I'm sure it'll be a cracker!

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  12. Happy New Year Pat! The photos have worked out very well!

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  13. Very effective - Happy New Year Pat - already looking forward to what you will put on here in 2014 !

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  14. Fantastic images Pat hope you had a great Christmas and enjoyable New Years. Looking forward to seeing more of your great collections and games in the New Year.

    Vinnie

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  15. Ouaouh! Great and atmospheric pictures, beautiful work!

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  16. Pat, Happy New Year to you, these look fantastic.
    All the best.
    Stu

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  17. Those look great Pat! Happy New Year. I can't wait to see what you put out in 2014.

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  18. Those are great images. I would prefer to see them in black and white though, that's what WWII brings to mind. Sepia brings to mind the wild west or the ACW.

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  19. Greate pictures Pat, sorry that I missed them.

    Best regards Michael

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