This was originally the image i was trying to render for the story. Salinu the cave and ground props was all i could get into the scene. Once i added Arishiem my system would start acting strange, stalling crashing etc...
So i tried doing it in passes and the scene still wouldn't behave.
Then came the virus, trojan, dos, and false infection alert attacks... to which a friend of mine has recently told me that they were cyber attacks from China? (WTF Really????)
So my small fight to just save my system lasted over two weeks. Fortunately I did.
So i gave up on this particular scene and used a simpler one. But the image of Salinu was/is soo cool i decided to make it into its own image.
So i present to you Salinu theTormentor in all his glory.
Mar 14, 2010 11:42:54 amby renecyberdoc Homepage »
great story about how this came together.
sorry for the crashes.
yes i heard also of cyberattacks but i have no information.
but then our own govs might attack us to raise hell again -this time it will be cyberterrorism just to control the masses.
as for daz/poser crashes.
sometimes you can have 6 characters in there and it is no ceash sometimes it crashes with one character.
dependson,my opinion is that sometimes at a given moment a certain "thing"wants to use a prt of the memory wich is locked by the system and you might receive a blue screen even.
its hast to say.
its always a given moment x-when application x+z+y+...+++ are running together.
for me its hart to follow because i usually work with at least 3-4 applications running at the same time + my mail program/clinets (2 of them ) plus bla,,bla..bla..
and then it happens.
i hope this information can serve in the future.
anyway nice render.
Mar 14, 2010 11:42:00 pmby myrrhluz Homepage »
I've gotten those false infection alerts too. I turn off the Internet connection and run my virus protection program, but nothing turns up. It's very irritating as it takes a while to do that. Great image! I love his veins! LOL on Joel's comment! Maybe it's tucked up tightly. Of course, that might make him a little cross too. Perhaps it's a standard method of getting ogres in fighting mood. Terrific expression! Nice look inside his mouth. I like the old battle scars, with the hint of a red slash across his eye and more on his chest. The same eye looks a little milky, like it was injured in a previous fight. Very nicely done with great details!