I could post some blurry pics of the build up if you are interested.
Oh, Yes! We're interested
People can learn much from WIP pix, so they're very useful for everyone I think
But don't be said, it's really hard to take photos from this kind of small thingies like models.
The easiest way is to put your cam into macro mode, and zoom in almost full (just optically, digital zoom is not necessary ) and make the cam stable, try to not move. The second and most important thing is the lights. You'll need two lamps one from the side, the other one from above. You must put the side light to the right place, don't take pix facing the source of the light, You won't see anything on the pix
If the pix just don't want be right You can use the flashlight of the cam, but put a white paper in front of it, so it'll diffuse the hard light, and will not burn the colors so hard...
I hope I can help a little, I have an old Nicon coolpix 4100 cam @ home, it just enough for me I think