Fine Wine

Poser Still Life posted on Sep 13, 2021
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A still life of glass of fine wine with some luscious trimmings. Date Finalized: September 12, 2021 Software Tools: Poser 12, Photoshop CC 2021, Lightroom Classic There was a flash challenge for still life art here at Renderosity which I completely missed taking part of but I still wanted to create a new still life so here it is. It’s rather simple but I love it for its simplicity. I used some background props from a room setting and overhauled them with new Superfly materials (some from a presets and others of my own creation) to give them some really cool up-close realism. The lighting was tricky to create as I wanted it to be all from the candle which I could do but then it didn’t show enough details so I added a soft global IDL so everything could be seen. I’m happy with how it turned out and happy I managed to create something like this with all that’s going on in my personal life right now.

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Comments (9)


poser4me Online Now! 4:37AM | Mon, 13 September 2021

It looks great and a good show for your skill. I missed it too but I will do one myself soon.

Dream9Studios 12:21PM | Fri, 17 September 2021

Thank you! I look forward to seeing what you come up with. :)


mininessie 11:10AM | Mon, 13 September 2021

amazing work!

Dream9Studios 12:21PM | Fri, 17 September 2021

Thank you! :)


RubyTuesday70 2:49PM | Mon, 13 September 2021

oh wow! This is simple superb, a truly fine image. I saw the flash challenge but didn't know where to start and even if I decided to try it would have definitely taken more than a few days. You did a fabulous job on this! A big bear hug to you my dear, I know you have a lot going on right now <3

Dream9Studios 12:22PM | Fri, 17 September 2021

Thank you so much! Yeah, times are really tough right now but my art helps me get through it thankfully. :)


RodS 5:50PM | Mon, 13 September 2021

This is totally excellent, Lizzie! I can almost taste the wine (we just bought a new bottle a few days ago... I may have to pop the cork after seeing your delicious work). Looks like a great way to take a break from everything. You did a great job on the lighting. Illuminating from a single point - like a candle - can be a hair-puller at times (which is why I don't have much left.. LOL). I'm working on a scene now with heavy back-lighting and multiple point lights. I need that glass of wine, I think... 😉

Dream9Studios 12:23PM | Fri, 17 September 2021

I'm rather favorable to sangria myself. LOL Thanks, Rod! :)


Robert_Ripley 12:13AM | Tue, 14 September 2021

Nice warm light. Looks very realistic.

Dream9Studios 12:23PM | Fri, 17 September 2021

Thank you, I worked really hard on the lighting. :)


3DClassics123456 4:14AM | Tue, 14 September 2021

Interesting effects on this still life : transparencies, deep of field, lighting!

Dream9Studios 12:24PM | Fri, 17 September 2021

Glad you like it. I wanted to show off both what Superfly, and I, can do. :)


kharnes 5:47PM | Wed, 15 September 2021

Very good work on this and came to my mind a poem - A Dream of Spring - Unheard not beautiful hate, While offering own wine to her enemy. And he carrying it all the way to the table. When sit in the chair; She waits for him to fill the empty glass in her hand. Like spilling her filled glass on the floor. Beautiful hatred between her gaze. Two more bottles arrive while leave the table. He sits on the chair.

Dream9Studios 12:27PM | Fri, 17 September 2021

Thank you for your words and the poem is haunting. I like it!


uncollared 6:36AM | Thu, 28 October 2021

Beautifully done


mmitchell_houston 5:10PM | Thu, 31 March 2022

Sunning work. I really like the use of DOF blur; it really helps add a sense of realism to this illustration. Also, bravo on your composition.

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