Dungeons & Dragons Anyone?

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  1. MyCameraEye

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh. A game!
    Don't know that one.
    GREEN dice (are these still called "dice"?)! Wow. Green! Green! :hug::

    Only the blurred one in the foreground is distracting a bit. I'm not too fond of that one there.
     
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    Cool shot! It's been a while since I played a die based game!

    Rob
     
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  5. MyCameraEye

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    Techniccally they are dice though referred to as "D". e.g. a 20 sided die would be called a D-20. They have a 100 sided die beleive it or not called a D-100 but the numbers are hard to read. Mosty popular dice in D&D are D-20 D-4, D-8, and a D-10. I have not played in about 7 years but still had a sack of dice around from it.

     
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    Nice clean shot, i like what you've done with the arrangement, gives good DOF
     
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    As far as arangement goes, I just dumped em out on the table, it look good so I started shooting. I want to do this shot again now I have a nice light box to work with. I feel I can improve upon my original.

    Scott


     

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