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Poser Atmosphere/Mood posted on Jan 08, 2006
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the title says it all --- Inspiration comes from a Japanese Poser artist, Polin. His gallery features girls lost in post-apocalyptic world. You can check it out: http://polin.chips.jp/gallery01.html --- credits: PTgirl, dress by Serge Marck, the ruined house by Stonemason. Sapphire Fox from Quaker. The girl's face from Thorne. --- Used IBL again. I'm beginning to like it more and more. The girl's face turned out strikingly mature; she reminds me of one of my friends back, from the school days. She was also very mature for her age. I know her skin and dress are too tidy. I thought of making it more realistic... But then it would be against the TOS. Like everything done to children in the time of war.

Comments (6)


Gweneseth

3:00AM | Sun, 08 January 2006

I like how you positioned the models legs. This is very nice.

bbratche

4:12AM | Sun, 08 January 2006

Another awesome pic my friend, love the ruins:)

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Mondwin

4:39AM | Sun, 08 January 2006

Impressive and brilliant atwork!!Well done!!bravo!V:DDD

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mejed

8:52AM | Sun, 08 January 2006

Great image.

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tainted_heart

9:47AM | Sun, 08 January 2006

A haunting image. Nicely done.

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2Loose2Trek

6:03PM | Mon, 24 September 2007

I love the pose and composition. Well done!


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