Family photo!

Poser People posted on Feb 13, 2022
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A while ago, I saw someone on the forums say that, if you take one character creator for Poser or DS, all of their characters look like siblings or at the very least related. I understand the claim - and found the way to mention that funny, because some times it do be like that xD yet... I had this urge to tuck all my modern characters together and see how they look side by side. Pretty family, aren't they? :D Now Persephone - the computer - is yelling at me because this kinda broke her for the day. And she's a pretty powerful beast too. So many figures at once, such lag, such GPU not being able to handle this at all. (And sorry... no patience to mark all the credits in this. I'm gonna tag just the characters, even though there's a bazillion of my products in there plus some other products by other people.)

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lwperkins Online Now! 8:56PM | Sun, 13 February 2022

It took me a minute to recognize Axel because I always render him green :D What a gorgeous bunch--and I wondered if you had rendered them at the same time, because that is a lot of polygons! I have to do characters one at a time. I love how different your characters look from base la femme! And they render so well!

Afrodite-Ohki 6:17AM | Mon, 14 February 2022

Hahaha I see that little orc is a favorite XD Thank you so much! Yes they were rendered at the same time, and let me tell you my computer felt like it was about to melt down LMAO!

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uncollared 7:08AM | Mon, 14 February 2022

Great characters and posing

Afrodite-Ohki 10:01AM | Mon, 14 February 2022

Thanks!

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Thalek 1:36PM | Mon, 14 February 2022

Wonderful group photo. Love the poses, too.

Afrodite-Ohki 2:16PM | Mon, 14 February 2022

Thank you!

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donnena Online Now! 9:08PM | Mon, 14 February 2022

Very cool! lovely portrait!!

Afrodite-Ohki 7:38AM | Tue, 15 February 2022

Thank you!

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RubyTuesday70 10:53AM | Tue, 22 March 2022

I have no words for how much I love this! I go mad trying to pose 2 people, so i don't even want to think about how much it took you to get these guys together, lol! Just beautiful.

It is true though, the fact that they look like "siblings", in a way they are because they all stem from the same hand. i don't see it as a bad thing though, rather a quality, almost like a "signature". I see this in my sister's dolls too (she sculpts them), or in some artist's drawing.Granted, they shouldn't look EXACTLY alike, they still need to have distinctive features (I have seen some characters back in the V4 days that were like photocopies of one another, there were just slight variations). In your case I think it's safe to say that they all wear your trademark with pride but no 2 characters are alike. And I am looking forward to seeing more from you!

Afrodite-Ohki 2:03PM | Wed, 23 March 2022

Hahaaa I started every pose here with a library pose that I adjusted! But let's just say that as I reached the final characters, I needed a looot of patience to move anything, computer was choking LMAO! (Next time I'll know to pose everyone before adding clothes and hair!)

I feel like that effect is much like a 2d artist's "style". It's like the artist's signature, yes. But to this day I still see some character artists make them all look too much alike, I'm not sure if it's a bit of laziness, or fear of daring, or because they know what sells well for them, or a mix of all three perhaps? Still a lot of those look so good that I don't mind it much. And definitely, I've got more in the oven, having a lot of fun making characters!

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