PETRICHOR (for Pixeluna and Darkglass) by FurNose
This artwork contains mature content: nudity.
rto3d 11:42AM | Sun, 26 January 2020
great composition, well done !
that is really interesting, thanks for for the word of the day ' PETRICHOR ' (my personal view .... and i won't forget it ;-) .. )
it can't be that useless for it is worth to be analyzed by MIT, have a look: https://youtu.be/Waqmq_GTyjA
RodS 6:23PM | Sun, 26 January 2020
Oh, now you've gone and done it..... I've actually learned something today...... Hmmm..... Petrichor...... OK - I didn't know about that one, but now I HAVE to find a use for it..... I may even have to create a scene in the T.N.A. story just to use that word..
Seriously, you've created a lovely scene with Jenny's Lucy - she looks like she's loving getting soaked in the rain (it beats all the snow we've been getting).
Getting the "wet t-shirt" look is a lot more challenging than one would think... Here's one I did some time ago - also with one of Jenny's girls): Braelyn Wet T-Shirt I'm fairly happy with it, but I need to try it again..
FurNose 12:14AM | Mon, 27 January 2020
Hey Rod! Thanks for the comment. You really did an outstanding job with your wet T-shirt image!! My (maybe too perfectionistic) target is to achieve this only with rendering and without postwork as with all of my renderings. Yeah it isn‘t easy That way and often pretty time consuming. However I don‘t have to reach any deadlines and I learn a heck a lot of it
tulipe 12:28PM | Wed, 29 January 2020
Great image and I love to learn new words. Wet effects are tough to make and I like what you did.
Maybe having a less glossy hair and off white t-shirt would sell the effect more?
Richardphotos 6:46PM | Thu, 20 February 2020
outstanding rain drops an she is such a beautiful character
pixeluna 7:58PM | Fri, 21 February 2020
Oh my, my, I missed this one! And I know "too busy" is not a reason. BUT--- there is a saying it's better late than never. So just want to thank you for this exemplary render. You have a fantastic way of making your renders look as natural as they can, which I think it's not an easy task to do. But you just have an eye for that. A talent? Maybe you have an eye for it, or maybe you just know the basics, whatever it is, it's one of a kind.
Digital_Dames 6:58AM | Sat, 29 February 2020
wonderful work... I see the way cute girl in rapture over her favorite scent.. PETRICHOR should be made into a perfume