After The Rain...without love

Poser People posted on Mar 08, 2003
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Eon passed along the street, the rain had stopped, her skin still clung to the final, dying raindrops, clinging as tight as a loved one to their partner at the point when it all ends. Eon sighed and swallowed, she had nothing to hold on to, except the rain. --- Fiddling around with Victoria 3 and came up with this, Uzilite V3 clothing and RDNA Sway along with Ukon's hair and Zeta3d's Midori texture. Pixelfader's wall prop paying it's way yet again as a background.

Comments (10)


tralfaz 11:50AM | Sat, 08 March 2003

Really great image and story to go with it. Good job on the expression and biting the lower lip, Excellent!

spook 12:31PM | Sat, 08 March 2003

wow. you've been able to communicate inner pain through the image. that's wonderful.

dragonfly2000 12:59PM | Sat, 08 March 2003

Excellent in every way. Good control of expression.

x0261539 2:19PM | Sat, 08 March 2003

Great pic, whithout sex. Continue with the great work.


Poppi 3:17PM | Sat, 08 March 2003

this is really very, very good. her expression is one of the most realistic i have ever seen in poser. nicely done.


frodo 6:52PM | Sat, 08 March 2003

Wonderful image!


ldynghtwng 10:11PM | Sat, 08 March 2003


Lorraine 5:43AM | Sun, 09 March 2003

great job, I like the experession which matches the passage


Styxx 7:34AM | Mon, 10 March 2003

Wonderful! I love the pose of her mouth.. I can feel her holding back the rising storm of emotion.. beautifuly done!


HaiGan 4:48PM | Sun, 16 March 2003

Oh wow. Just that. Wow. The expression is particularly good, really shows up V3's flexibility AND, of course, the skill of the artist! The tight framing and the use of light to focus the attention on the face is excellent. I liked the way that the clothing at the front of shot looks slightly out of focus. There's precious little there that would pick it out as not being a photo except that old Poser problem of the pale nostril, and that's poking holes in a wonderful peice of art.

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