Photopainting with the F80 analog camera and as film the HP5plus Ilford 400 ASA is used. Via the LS4000 nikon scanner converted to the web. Lens was the AF50/1.8 at F8 put manual and via the cable release activated for more then 2 minutes. First the underside of the body was painted by a halogen lamp (12V, 20W) powered via an 12V battery. The halogen lamp was puted into a long small tube to focus the light. Distance of the light was about 2 m from the object. On this way a precise position of the light bundle was possible for painting. After painting the underside, I've turn back me on the chair to paint the upperside into the same capture sequence. The chair was needed to have exact the same position before and after the turn. Because of the long light distance a nice shadow in the background was obtained. 2 sec of light on the same surface was need to have sufficient lighting of the object. You have to constantly move your lightbundle while painting.