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Red squirrel (Schleich - Wild Life)

Started by Jetoar, January 12, 2013, 12:38:04 AM

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Jetoar

Hello friends, this is the red squirrel of Schleich. This figure is avaliable currently.







This figure have the same situation of badgers. He has got good details, proportions and colors. The only problem that I see is the size of this figure that from my point of view is too big to compare with other woodlands animals as badger or red foxes. Definetly this figure is a cute and he is the  favorite squirrel of my girldfriend (she is a squirrel lover) and I bought this figure the same day that badgers  ^-^.
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animaltoyforum

Thanks for sharing. Nice cute little critter.

That's a nice clean background you are using for your photographs, is that especially for the forum?  ^-^ I like it!
I noticed some of your photos are a little blurry so I hope you don't mind me mentioning it and providing a couple of tips (I'm no expert myself, of course) :) You are probably doing these already too, but to avoid blurriness I try to keep the camera still by resting it against a hard surface (or using a tripod). Also Ensure you have plenty of light, and make the best of the macro setting, if you have one :) Looking forward to seeing what you walk-around next  8)


Jetoar

Quote from: animaltoyforum on January 12, 2013, 12:53:49 AM
Thanks for sharing. Nice cute little critter.

That's a nice clean background you are using for your photographs, is that especially for the forum?  ^-^ I like it!
I noticed some of your photos are a little blurry so I hope you don't mind me mentioning it and providing a couple of tips (I'm no expert myself, of course) :) You are probably doing these already too, but to avoid blurriness I try to keep the camera still by resting it against a hard surface (or using a tripod). Also Ensure you have plenty of light, and make the best of the macro setting, if you have one :) Looking forward to seeing what you walk-around next  8)

Thanks Adam  ^-^. For this time I have used another camera and I have some problems with the macro  :-\. Sorry for the low quality of some images  :-\.
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brontodocus

The really tiny figures are, depending on what camera you have, sometimes difficult to focus properly. Sometimes your camera will try to focus on the background instead. Of course you can still re-edit your first post later to replace a photo by an updated one.  :)

Ana


Jetoar

Quote from: Ana on January 12, 2013, 09:42:58 AM
Very nice! :D  ^-^

Thanks Ana  ^-^!

Quote from: brontodocus on January 12, 2013, 09:24:53 AM
The really tiny figures are, depending on what camera you have, sometimes difficult to focus properly. Sometimes your camera will try to focus on the background instead. Of course you can still re-edit your first post later to replace a photo by an updated one.  :)

Thanks Andre  ^-^! I will try to do a better image of the squirrel  ^-^.
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