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    My First Kai Arts Master Chief

    I finally broke down and purchased my first Kai Art Halo Action Figure and after buying hundreds and hundreds of McFarlane ones I say hands down these are by far better.

    While McFarlane are say more human in shape these look and pose and have far better detail. Ok this is not about McFarlane so I digress.

    So the first thing I did was pull the shoulders forward not knowing it had this feature I thought I broke it. I finally noticed this was what actually allows the realistic posing to actually be done.

    So I took a few pix to show it off and made one of Halo Reach. I did not have a ton of time at work but just a few notes. I added my own smoke in front of the MC to make him look more like he was in the original as well I did not blur the top of his helmet and the gun on his back. I felt leaving them untouched made it seem more there.

    Anyway enjoy these and when I get my Silver Comic Con next week I will post it as well.


    Reach-&-Chief by Phastroh1, on Flickr



    Chief-1 by Phastroh1, on Flickr



    Chief-2 by Phastroh1, on Flickr



    Chief-3 by Phastroh1, on Flickr



    Chief-4 by Phastroh1, on Flickr

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    Re: My First Kai Arts Master Chief

    Outstanding! Love your picture!

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    Re: My First Kai Arts Master Chief

    It looks OK though the picture is not so clear.

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    Re: My First Kai Arts Master Chief

    I see your smiley face but I was not sure which picture your were saying it not so clear.

    I know the single pix are fuzzy as hell. I was trying to see if it was the top pic with the Reach bunch but it looked as clear as it gets. Am I missing something?

    I want it to be perfect so let me know.

    I plan on using my HD camera and a white background. I used my iPhone which is good but it was dark with no real lighting so that is why they are fuzzy on the singles pix. When you scale it down and merge it to the Reach pic you cannot see the fuzz.

    I am hoping to snag the rest of them and maybe setting up something in my mulch and stuff to get a sort of recreation to show it is much cheaper than CGI

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    Smile Re: My First Kai Arts Master Chief

    Thanks for your sharing. They look vivid, even though the pics are not very clear.

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    Re: My First Kai Arts Master Chief

    Thanks.

    I was mostly posting this to show that first photo I made using it. I was trying to see how many people thought it looked like a toy or part of the photo.

    I should really take down these fuzzies and post new ones along with the black Spartan I just got as well.

    I am still in the process of putting all my figures back on my shelves so I want to photo all of them. I thought of taking all my boxes out and doing them to show then as well. I may since I am needing some photos of some Target and Toys-R-Us exclusives I want to sell from my early Reach collection.

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    Re: My First Kai Arts Master Chief

    I like your pictures...They are amazing.

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