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EXkuroganeEXkurogane5 years ago
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Similar setup to this shot PICTURE #1217414 , a "variant" of a similar set of props.

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Wow! *___* <3
5 years ago
Awesome! I need one!
5 years ago
Great photo :-D
5 years ago
Beatiful…
5 years ago
seyrenw5 years ago#2699859Honda CBR 1000? Maybe?

Honda RC211v Motogp bike ^_^
5 years ago
Honda CBR 1000? Maybe?
5 years ago
Another awesome photo *_*
5 years ago
EXkurogane5 years ago#2699730Yep, i made it myself; it was pretty quick and easy (BLOG #19762), u know, it's just cut n' paste Styrofoam and compact foam, then paint them. The markings on the pillars are printed. The total amount of time spent is about 6-7 hours. I worked on them 1-2 hours each day in the evening, nice way too cool down after a day of class or work. The bike she is sitting on is 1/9 scale (but scale vehicles are often slightly oversized) which i picked up from a HK seller in eBay; the one in the background is smaller and my older model, 1/10 but i placed it in a way it's not that obvious.
I always find ways to either remove or hide the base of figures, or design my props in a way to blend in with the base. Bases are an eyesore in photos. For Kyouko her original base was really nice, i did incorporate it into my other background design (BLOG #18315).

Goodness, thank you so much for those links! I'll try following your example and make my own sets sometime, I've always wanted to
5 years ago
OceanRoost5 years ago#2699237Holy cow that sounds like it must have been a pain to get together!
One more question if you don't mind, did you make that entire set yourself? It looks really good


Yep, i made it myself; it was pretty quick and easy (BLOG #19762), u know, it's just cut n' paste Styrofoam and compact foam, then paint them. The markings on the pillars are printed. The total amount of time spent is about 6-7 hours. I worked on them 1-2 hours each day in the evening, nice way too cool down after a day of class or work. The bike she is sitting on is 1/9 scale (but scale vehicles are often slightly oversized) which i picked up from a HK seller in eBay; the one in the background is smaller and my older model, 1/10 but i placed it in a way it's not that obvious.

I always find ways to either remove or hide the base of figures, or design my props in a way to blend in with the base. Bases are an eyesore in photos. For Kyouko her original base was really nice, i did incorporate it into my other background design (BLOG #18315).
5 years ago
I like this one even more than the other picture with this bike. Don't know anything about the character but this atmosphere suits her really well I think :D
5 years ago