Looking at my last post, it's difficult to believe it was nearly a year ago. A long time has had to be spent on work and other projects during this period and precious little time for rendering left over as a result.
Finally found some time to revisit an older render waiting in my very long 'pending' list.
Continued thanks due to all who view and support my art. Hopefully I've managed to get back to all who have kindly left comments on my work in the interim.
Poser 6, Postwork in Photoshop
DAZ Victoria 4,
Danae - The Metropolitan Collection - Rio for V4.2
Clothes: DAZ/Mindvision GDS - End of Innocence Teddy
Hair: DAZ/Neftis3D - Gloria Short Hairstyle
Props: Idler 168 - High Heel Pumps and Stockings for V4
DAZ Elf Noveau Stonecraft
RDNA/Colm Jackson - IDL & Render Studio
Production Creditsdanae - The Metropolitan Collection - Rio for V4.2
idler168 - High Heel Pumps For V4
Nov 7, 2011 3:51:38 pmby mrestey Homepage »
WOOOOOOOOOOOOW Deane! This is AWESOME! Nearly looks like a photo! Beautiful lingerie too!
Sure nice to see a post from you. Glad you posted this gorgeous image. It would be a shame to not share a render of this magnitude.
I know what you mean about being busy. The last six months have been like that for me. Not much time to do anything more that doodle with new items. No upload-worthy images really.
Nov 9, 2011 4:04:09 amby RobynsVeil Homepage »
It is *so* wonderful to *finally* see magnificent art again by one I consider the master of subtlety and delicacy... this image could so seriously be a photograph, capturing a thoughtful moment in a young lady's afternoon.
Every touch you've applied here says "mindfulness". And your version of Poser says: it's not the tool... it's the man behind the tool. :)
An exquisite piece of art, Deane!!!
Nov 10, 2011 4:59:05 amby kobaltkween Homepage »
very realistic lighting and materials! i think it's interesting how apprehensive she looks. her face is very interesting, and her expression is realistic. i'm not sure i quite understand what style her hair is supposed to be in (does she have a mullet?), but it looks like you did a great painting job on that hair behind her neck (i'm assuming it's painted, that is). i think you did an excellent job adding realism to her body, and i especially like how her hands look. the only thing i wish is that we could see a larger version. glad to have you back!