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Bengal Tiger, male (Schleich wildlife 14329)

Started by FreshSphere, April 27, 2014, 08:22:53 PM

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FreshSphere

Continent: Asia & Australia

Figure specs:
Length: 4.5"
Width: 1"
Height: 2.5"

I couldn't find this guy at my local retailer, so I had to order him online and I'm glad I did. I love his pose and the beautiful paint detail. The fade from orange to white looks brilliant. His face is masterful, capturing him in the midst of a growl. His scaling is accurate, he is larger than the Schleich Tigress and slightly smaller than the Lion. A must own in the Schleich collection!











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Cool review, one and last version of Schleich of this animal  ^-^.
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FreshSphere

Thank you :) I thought I would give a few walkarounds a shot and see how they turn out. Any suggestions to make them better?

brontodocus

Quote from: FreshSphere on April 30, 2014, 03:21:40 AM
Thank you :) I thought I would give a few walkarounds a shot and see how they turn out. Any suggestions to make them better?
It's a brilliant idea to show some of the more common figures here, too - even if they may seem ubiquitous to many there will definitely be people who have never seen them in person and I think this is why walk-arounds of the current and common figures should be considered, too (they may be rarities in ten years, who knows). Are you taking photographs with a mobile phone or with a camera? The image width is a bit small at 540 px. Anyways, I think the improvements of photography come naturally the more you photograph. We have a thread were we discussed a bit about photography here, hope you find some helpful information, FreshSphere! :)

FreshSphere

Quote from: brontodocus on May 02, 2014, 02:32:00 PM
Quote from: FreshSphere on April 30, 2014, 03:21:40 AM
Thank you :) I thought I would give a few walkarounds a shot and see how they turn out. Any suggestions to make them better?
It's a brilliant idea to show some of the more common figures here, too - even if they may seem ubiquitous to many there will definitely be people who have never seen them in person and I think this is why walk-arounds of the current and common figures should be considered, too (they may be rarities in ten years, who knows). Are you taking photographs with a mobile phone or with a camera? The image width is a bit small at 540 px. Anyways, I think the improvements of photography come naturally the more you photograph. We have a thread were we discussed a bit about photography here, hope you find some helpful information, FreshSphere! :)
TY :) I will certainly try to improve my walkarounds and will add plenty more in the future!