Admiring My....... Pole by RodS ()
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Earlier in the spring, G4 stopped by for a short visit on her way to pick up Ar and Kinnie at the airport.. She said she wanted to admire my pole and all the "pretty glass things" on it. Insulators, Gee...... They're insulators..... "Right..... Insulators.... sigh..... The spring air feels sooo good, I could almost go topless!" She said. I said "Go ahead, but let me get my camera first!" "Well, OK, but hurry and take the photo. You know how shy I am!" Right, G4, sooooo shy!
Just having a bit of fun with G4. I'm doing some upgrading on her and Ar in my runtimes, and getting things a little better organized. I'm going to be giving her some new makeups and material poses. It's been a long time since I've messed around with creating PZ files, so I'm having to re-learn a few things. It's coming back pretty quickly. I'll try to have a new 'Behind The Scenes' up over the weekend where I'll talk about it a bit. Next weekend I probably won't be doing much besides just recovering from having more holes poked in me!
Thanks so much for all the awesome comments on my last couple of uploads, and for all your wonderful support! You all rock! Seriously!
Hope everyone has a great weekend!
Photo by me. Nudity not checked as she's covering things with her hand. She's shy, remember.....
Image Comments (30)
Back when I was around 16 was a major hunter of insulators. Had about 50 or so at one point. One way back then I had I got 50.00 for a horse saddle liking style. We usedvto climb the pole and retrive the ones that had no power lines going to it. Glad there was no shocking exp, otherwise I would not be typing this. Love your shot of this pole and assortment of glass. No Need too Be Shy G4, your too hawt enough as it is ya TEASE! Super render and bg shot, Rod. Love it and enjoy the weekend.
OH! MY! Don't know which is most "WOW!" here, G4 or the power situation! No wonder you have power problems with so many lines going into your computer lab! Or is it G4 causing your systems to over heat? Great composite job here. I had to enlarge and look at the ground - I thought I saw a rat, a mush room, a frog, a bird of some sort, and.... Then I saw it was more insulators on the ground! Maybe you should get some solar panels to get around the power suppy problem (or is that project a "next life" project?). Keep well Rod! Am rooting for you and a quick recovery from the "holes"! G4 must be of help and encouragement. :-) I'll check with Summer if she has any ideas.
G4 seems intent on "meditating" at your shrine, which seems to attract dormant insulators. Perhaps with a little magic, it could be transformed into a transport station and a secret door for future adventures.
Fun stuff ! and now I an wondering why the long horizontal rebar seems to be moving hmmmmm.
man, I've just been checking every upload going backwards, only to find that I'd commented on all of them---I haven't missed as much as I thought! (Relief time!) You know how i know I've commented? It's the comment that takes up 6 city blocks, and all the commenters afterwards are in a coma. (Sometimes I look at my comments and think: "Mark? Shut the F up! Nobody needs a 4 hour run-down on every stroke, every light, every molecule they put on a page: They made the damned thing, now shut the F up!")
Anyway, another seamless 3D-Photo combo from you, done beautifully. And the light on Ar is spectacularly good---I mean in hue, morphing (2D term), softness, glow. Great pose too. And I love that thing---that 'pole': That's real, right? You didn't make it as a work of art? I'm sure you've explained it, but I don't remember...As for having glass things hanging off one's 'pole'? In my college days, we'd actually string things off our 'poles' (great way to get a date!), but glass? I don't think so! (Anything with pointy edges definitely didn't come within earshot of my pole)...You positioned Ar perfectly in the shot too, lined up with the pole. She fits right in. Great job making this seamless...