Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you criticize them, you're a mile away and you have their shoes.
Join Date: Mar 2015
Originally I had planned to use warm 3k LED lighting in my place I was working on before the fire, but I am thinking of upgrading it to 6k or whatever my options are to get away from the orange-warm glow. I feel like some of you here have experience with lighting for your high end collectibles...if you have that experience, please don't be shy giving me advice :x
I really wish my $300 camera hadn't burned up in the fire. My HTC cell phone takes fine pictures with flash on but lighting in this temp trailer housing is so poor that it sucks without the flash...
My only problem with this piece is the gun barrel is already warping or it was just put together poorly. I didn't put it under the microscope... it's already back in the box and waiting it's long journey for it's homecoming at my house when it's rebuilt. I've decided it's not worth making a fuss over. It's within reason for the price tag. It's just too slight of a warp to be worth anyone's time and money to fix.
Overall score 9.9/10 in my book. 10/10 had the gun been perfect. I did not expect this to be so....perfect.
Now if my other CC products can be just as good as the skull and guardian, I'll be in paradise...
You may be able to get the warp out with a hair dryer. Just warm the area up and manipulate. Just don't get it to hot to strip the paint, crack it etc. I was reading in the past day or so - that someone had a warped Arkham Knight Batman Gun and this was the method they use to straighten it.