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Dial or Shoot? (picture)

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Oleg Volk, May 29, 2004.

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  1. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    Shoot! 2 near that third button and one just above the bridge of the shades.

    J.
     
  3. jamz

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    OK, that settles it. I REALLY want to be a bad guy on one of Oleg's posters. :D

    -James
     
  4. Slotback

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    Me too. :D
     
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    That guy looks like a psychotic squeegee wielding Mr Clean. :D
     
  6. Dave Markowitz

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    Oleg,

    That's one of your best yet.
     
  7. Chipperman

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    Great, as always.

    I think a big knife in his hands might be perceived by some to be a more life-threatening situation, though.

    I'm sure there are some Sheeple out there stupid enough to say, "You can't shoot him, he's only got a hammer!" :rolleyes:
     
  8. Oleg Volk

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    We had a switchblade and a screwdriver props, too -- screwdriver looked right but the poses were off. Switchblade looked puny. Real weapons can be very small and still lethal.
     
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    Oleg .... reckon you got that one spot on ..... it's good!:)
     
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    Very cool.:cool:

    I see twoblink had some influence in the props :D

    For some reason the guy doesn't look too threatening, I guess it's because he looks like my cousin.
     
  11. Oleg Volk

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    Closeup.
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  12. Dave R

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    Nice work on the reflection! I didn't notice it until you posted the close-up.
     
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    I thought it was a question. So your just supposed to complement the picture is that it? Must be some sort of insider thing?

    J.
     
  14. mondocomputerman

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    Nice work, Mr. Volk! I would have to shoot.
     
  15. Oleg Volk

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    Actually, I was fishing for improvement suggestions. For now, I see that it would make sense to restore the shadow under the phone for uniformity.
     
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    me likey the use of a Steyr!

    :D
     
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    Which would you rather have in your hand??

    And you should try one with a machete. Several madmen with machetes lately.
     
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    Well know that you ask, the text looks kinda stuck on there. Play around with different fonts and placement, like maybe have it run behind the hammer for added depth.
     
  19. 11xray

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    jptsr1- You would be a whole lot better off aiming for the second button down on that particular aggressor. That would be much nearer the boileroom than three buttons down.
     
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    That reflection is an AWESOME touch!!

    Great pic, Oleg. It's perfect.

    Wes
     
  21. Zundfolge

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    Excellet!

    And I must commend your choice in sidearms too :D
     
  22. RVSinOK

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    Excellent, as usual! I also agree that the reflection is a very cool touch! :D

    PS: I prefer the "shoot" option.....
     
  23. Mr. Mysterious

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    Why shoot the guy just wants to help you pull that nail!

    J/K, pretty good poster and an excellent choice of a sidearm ;)
     
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    Very cool, but I'd put the reflection in both lenses.
     
  25. Oleg Volk

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    It's a single convex lens, so the reflection is realistic.
     
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