Funny thing about digital cameras. They normally have a setting for white balance. White balance is the process of removing unrealistic color casts, so that objects which appear white in person are rendered white in your photo. So monkeyed with the white balance on my camera. I set my normal blue background, with my lights set, and set the white balance. The two pictures of the warjacks are taken with the white balance set with the blue background. When the blue background is removed, the sepia tone background shows up. This should actually be white. The picture of the ork is with the white balance set to the white background of my diffuser box.
I have also gotten smart and MARKED MY LIGHTS! Before I had 10-15 minutes of adjustment to the placement of the lights to get it all right. Now, I just have to get the marks on the lamps to line up, and place the top lamp on the "hook" fromthe end of my shelf bracket. That gets the lights back to where they should be. Next thing to do is replace the "daylight blue" incandescent bulbs with "daylight blue" flourescents so that all three of my lights are the same type. This affects the lighting on the pictures too.
Enough jabbering - here are the pics