I stand to be corrected, but I believe Inaslot have had them in their store and on ebay, on a personal note I'm bored to death with their never ending supply of special, extra special, extra very special limitless supply of limited editions all of the same 3 cars. Regards Jason
1. Yes, the image is cool.
2. I'd like to add I'm no Pioneer basher, I love the models they've produced, but please, enough of the limited editions already, they must have done about a million limited editions by now. Kind Regards Jason
Love the sweet taste of controversial flavours. Adds a little spice to the mix..yes
Talking about mix.... I find it so hard to blend a shot of a slot car with an original background.. getting the lighting correct is so tricky. Any tips regarding matching lighting conditions would be really appreciated.
can't wait for a Scaley Limited edition Speeder bike... 1 of 2000 not
I love it some great work there, I to love playing around with Photoshop it's a very powerful tool and brings endless possibilities.
I may have just have taken the red out from above the rear wheel but that is by no way a criticism.
Agreed, its hard to make it convincing, the most important being the lighting as you say.
Although it looks great, there is a lighting conflict. The strong top right/bottom left shadow argues with the specular refections on the top left of the screen(as you look at it) and the "bank" in the backgound which is in shadow.
I think the shadow would look better if it dropped vertically with the frame as it would echo the "lighting" better.
I've never really bothered to play with photoshop, but I used to hand print photographs combining multiple negs many years ago.
For me its relatively easy to spot a fake, as it is so hard to duplicate lighting on 2 images taken in 2 locations!
Good job given the mixed media you are using though
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