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Saturday, 01 March 2014


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I am touched by the kind words about the candlemwagon. And the creativity of the order of battle on the boot.


Ah. Now you mention it, I can see a shadow on to forest background from the fake spruce. Very clever!


There was no use of photoshop. The counters were blue tacked to a model spruce tree, and then photographed with a print out of a spruce forest for a background. The light was natural on the three dimensional tree. That is how the nice angles and shadows were achieved.


How did you get the shadows so perfect on the chits around the spruce tree? I am amazed at that. And I thought I was the master of the photoshop touch up.

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