Abby's Hummer by RodS ()
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Just a quickie as I work on the next T.N.A. page and about a gazillion other things..
Here's Abby looking sweet and ready for action. Her Hummer is actually a 3ds file I had moldering away in my files. I have a ton of other stuff like this, and also all of Darkglass's most excellent freebies - which you'll be seeing soon.
In the meantime, I have a TON of stuff going on.. Which leads me to a favor I'd like to ask..... If you have the time, stop by my Blog and have a read of my latest post. You'll see a link below.
A quick update on Mike (Faemike55) he's doing a little better, but still dealing with a lot of pain. So keep him in your thoughts and prayers. He's wanting to get back into posting and commenting, once he's feeling a lot better.
For myself, I'll be (once again) working on getting caught up with everyone over the next day or so.
Abby was created by my friend John, AKA Grey_cat. He's recently posted a ton of outstanding reference material for those of us who create comics or stories. He's put a lot of work into these, so be sure to check 'em out!
Stay safe, take all needed precautions, and as always, thanks so much for all your visits, comments, and support!
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Image Comments (39)
Richardphotos () 8:08PM | Wed, 29 July 2020
this is terrific Rod. she looks like she can handle anything thrown at her
Faemike55 () 8:16PM | Wed, 29 July 2020
It seems that she is missing some important accessories, like the 50 call (for those who seem to want to get in her way when she is driving down to the next assignment.) Great looking image. Rod.
lwperkins () 8:49PM | Wed, 29 July 2020
That's a nice model--especially for a freebie! She looks ready for anything!
TwiztidKidd () 9:42PM | Wed, 29 July 2020
This hummer is no bummer lol... you can go anywhere you want in that hummer as long as you can afford the gallons per mile. Thank you for being a wonderful friend, Rod! ❤️
Diemamker () 9:42PM | Wed, 29 July 2020
Great set of wheels... I know she'll be putting them to good use!...
bakapo () 11:23PM | Wed, 29 July 2020
That's a humdinger of a hummer! It's a cool color and the lights make it even cooler. Abby looks great in that sexy outfit!
Good luck with the work on the house, I hope you find a perfect place to live.
Radar_rad-dude () 1:17AM | Thu, 30 July 2020
That's quite the Hummer she has there! Humina Humina Humina! LOL! Excellent work for this image and a great and cool lady to boot! What more can you ask for I say? This one has it all! Most excellent work, Rod!
eekdog () Online Now! 1:25PM | Thu, 30 July 2020
Bet that vehicle gets about 8 blocks per gallon. I would be humming if I had a babe like her and hummer. Love the lighting mood alot Rod.
Sure hope Mike gets back to normal soon. Have him in my best wishes.
Grey_cat () 3:07PM | Thu, 30 July 2020
Dam Abby looks really good! Love the outfit; she looks like she's ready for battle. Thanks you for the call out. To everyone come and visit Rod’s discord site. Please
UteBigSmile () 5:38PM | Thu, 30 July 2020
Your new image is wonderfully done dear Rod, have nice Evening and a great Weekend, stay vigilant and healthy!
Darkglass () Online Now! 7:45PM | Thu, 30 July 2020
Impressive ride and character....!! lovely complementary colours....top work on the render and lighting..!!....and i love your blog..!! was a fantastic read
BellaDark () Online Now! 12:12AM | Fri, 31 July 2020
I really like the materials you put on the vehicle here, Rod. Very "bubble gum" which I think is totally appropriate for this adorable character. :) And yet, she's pretty fierce too, which is an awesome dichotomy. Makes the story much more interesting that way I think. :)
fireangel () 1:46AM | Fri, 31 July 2020
If you want to reduce the number of material zones you could import the .obj into Blender. Make sure scaling is set to 0 (off) on import, delete most of the materials, assign the material (or materials) you want to the bodywork then export the .obj again. I have occasionally done this just to put more sensible names on material zones or correct bad UV mapping. You could also import some seats and add a very basic interior, not enough for inside shots but enough to make it credible from outside from a wider range of angles.
It's a hell of a vehicle and might be well worth the trouble. She looks happy enough with it, anyway.