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Happiness is a Warm....

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Amish_Bill, May 30, 2004.

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  1. Amish_Bill

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    Just something silly I felt like doing.....

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  2. pax

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    :D

    Very droll.

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  3. PATH

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    Is a warm indoor range in the dead of Winter!:D
     
  4. Evil_Ed

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    Happiness is a warm sheep with a gun??? Seems a bit, uhhhh... naaa-aa-aa-aa-aa-aahh, I won't go there, this is the high road after all! :evil:

    Good composition on the pic btw, just enough space around the central subjects to frame them properly. What kind of camera?
     
  5. Amish_Bill

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    Thanks.

    I'm not perfectly happy with the composition... but my background is not much bigger. I'm adapting to what I have to work with and seeing what I can get to work anyway. :)

    Canon Digital Rebel - Basic 50mm f1.8 lense, older 540 flash I can only run on manual.

    I aspire to get one simliar to that of our Patriarch and Lense-Foo Master, but I was able to swing a killer deal on this one. Maybe around Christmas I'll be selling it to upgrade? <crossing of fingers>
     
  6. P95Carry

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    Happiness - is a warm (hot!) shell casing down the back ...... in January when the snow is thick!

    Nice theme Bill.! :)
     
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    Nice concept and execution!!! Prime nightmare material, too.
     
  8. Amish_Bill

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    Thanks.

    I wasn't quite happy with it. Thoughts on this version? I do't ike the shadows as much, but I think the eye contact with the model makes it a tad better...

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  9. P95Carry

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    Equally good Bill ... hard to choose.

    Maybe even . (just playin around! :p ) ........


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  10. Amish_Bill

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    Good Edit! :)
    Can't tell my text was ever there.
     
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    I am kindof embarassed to ask, but what kind of gun is that? Sig?
     
  12. Croyance

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    I'm thinking S&W, definitely not a SIG.

    Um, that sheep looks just a bit frightened and alarmed. What's going on over there?:neener:
     
  13. Valkman

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    Oleg has better models! :D
     
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    Bill,

    Nice job, but, uhh, what are you doing with a stuffed sheep?
     
  15. Legionnaire

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    Nice pic. S&W 4013? 3913?
     
  16. Amish_Bill

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  17. CrudeGT

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    its, umm, different, but good. It's a humorous aproach to guns. I like it. And you found one damn fine sheep, if you don;t mind me saying so.
     
  18. Amish_Bill

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    Thanks.

    I'll pass along the compliment. You know how sheep love compliments... ;-)
     
  19. Warren

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    Good pic but where are the expended shells?

    Lay a couple out and put a small bit of stretched out cotton ball trailing out of them and it will look like they were just fired.
     
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