Bunny Kids in Easter Finery by perpetualrevisionOpen full image in new tab
perpetualrevision 9:01PM | Sun, 17 April 2022
Thanks! I originally had them in some "prim and proper" kinds of poses, and while those were cute, they kinda lacked personality. So then I let them express themselves (with the bonus of getting to see the girl's cute bunny tail!) Good thing the bow on the dress had a lot of movement morphs so that I could keep it out of the way of the tail!
Radar_rad-dude 4:17PM | Sat, 16 April 2022
A very happy looking spring time dance in preparation for the Easter Sunday festivities! Great looking characters, poses and setting! A truly delightful work of art! Bravo many times over!
perpetualrevision 9:02PM | Sun, 17 April 2022
Thank you for the comment! I'm glad they look like they're enjoying themselves :-)
Flint_Hawk 4:28PM | Sat, 16 April 2022
It looks like they are having a bunny ball! Cute! This will be better than a stiff, posed pictures!
I know what you mean about things looking different on different machines! It took me ages to get the lights working correctly on the computer I have now! It can be so aggravating!
perpetualrevision 9:04PM | Sun, 17 April 2022
At first I had the girl in a sweet little pose that really did look nice, but it lacked the energy kids usually have, which these poses are better at conveying! Thanks for the comment!
The hardest thing about putting images on the web for others to see is, of course, that no two displays will ever be completely alike, so it's hard to know how others are seeing your work! I guess we have to trust that it looked good on the artist's display, even if it's a little too dark or bright on ours :-)
daggerwilldo 11:53PM | Sat, 16 April 2022
So very cute and fun. Most definitely you want to save the scene files. Often, I find it easier to pull from a scene file than to find some obscure thing in my mess of a content folder. Well done.
perpetualrevision 9:07PM | Sun, 17 April 2022
I know some folks delete older scene files to save space, and I've been known to archive them to an external HD, but it's awfully handy to have them available on the internal drive. I do try to remember to delete all the random stuff I loaded into the scene file and then hid, though, before I save and close it! Those suckers can get rather large, esp. if you used several figures.
Thanks for the comment!
CoolDimension 1:34AM | Sun, 17 April 2022
This is wonderful! It has that classic quality of Vintage and antique Easter cards! Beautiful work and posing!
perpetualrevision 9:08PM | Sun, 17 April 2022
Aw, thanks! I did some postwork on it in Topaz Studio 2 to try and get a softer, more painterly vintage feel. It's subtle, but I think it made a difference compared to the untouched render. I also always enjoy the opportunity to play with software like Topaz Studio 2, to see what kinds of interesting things it can do to renders!
gerberc 7:29AM | Sun, 17 April 2022
Wonderful garden and dance poses! A perfect Easter post card. Excellent work!
perpetualrevision 9:15PM | Sun, 17 April 2022
Thanks so much for the comment! I posted a simpler "Easter card" today, but I like the idea of this scene as a kind of vintage postcard :-)
MollyFootman Online Now! 10:25AM | Sun, 17 April 2022
I love all the detail with the flowers and the inn. It reallly works with the joyous lepus children. =)
Regarding scenes? When you go to all the work to set up a scene it certainly makes sense to save it. I am always going back to previous scenes and reusing them in stories. In my head, little worlds of interconnecting rooms and such start to take on real existence as my characters walk through them. =)
Thanks for sharing.
perpetualrevision 9:12PM | Sun, 17 April 2022
Thanks, Molly! I LOVE flowers, but I'm not much of a gardener, so getting to set up digital gardens is particularly satisfying. I have nearly all of LisaB's flower models and just love adding and arranging them to various scenes!
For those doing multi-part storytelling, I think saving scene files is even more important (so ya gotta make sure you have enough hard drive space!) I really love the idea of "little worlds of interconnecting rooms" taking on a life of their own, as your characters follow their own paths even after you're done working with them! All my Nursoda people are very real to me, and Tiny even has a presence in our household, in that when something goes wrong, we blame it on Tiny :-)
perpetualrevision 9:13PM | Sun, 17 April 2022
Thanks so much for the comment! I love that setting too and wish it was a B&B I could go visit in real life!
mifdesign 7:58PM | Sun, 17 April 2022
Wonderful composition, the spring is in the air and those adorable kids bring a joyous touch to the scene.
Superb lighting, brilliant awesome render. Magnificent Masterpiece of Finest Arts. I love it!
perpetualrevision 9:14PM | Sun, 17 April 2022
Thanks so much for the comment! "Composing" the kids took some work, of course, but "composing" all those flowers took ages!! Good thing I kinda dig being a "digital gardener" -- I can play with flowers all I want and never get my hands dirty! :-)
mifdesign 6:08PM | Mon, 18 April 2022
You are so very dear and so cute, my dear perpetualrevision. You have already made rockets to fly further than Titans did, you can relax and enjoy gardening as you consider fit. I call Titans guys like Michelangelo and da Vinci, to only name a few. If you haven't realized it yet, it's not my fault, check the gauge how high you can fly, eventually check the black box, all data must be there. I do mean it.
perpetualrevision 6:24PM | Wed, 20 April 2022
Aw, shucks, you're too kind! Thank you for the comment!