Eleanor Mustang - for Richard and Bill by RodS ()
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Just a nice little ride for Bill (Radar_Rad_Dude) and Richard (Richardphotos), two of my car-loving buds that know a quality set of wheels when they see one. This one comes complete with plush leather bucket seats, a classy red paint job, chrome wheels, and the newest alarm system on the market to prevent it from being 'gone in 60 seconds.'
Sadly, Bronte is not part of the option package! Bummer...
The 'Stang is actually a free 3DS file from Archive3D.net that I've had (along with literally hundreds of others) for a few years. I converted it into .obj format which seems to work a bit smoother in Poser, and also imports into just about any 3D app (even Windows' lame little 3D Builder). I used Bagginsbill's car paint shader for the body, and Noonwalker's (?) metal shader for the chrome.
I've been doing a lot of conversions like this - and quite a few other things in preparation for Chapter 7. I need to get back into Vue 10, but I need to reinstall it on the machine I rebuilt a few months ago.. I'm also looking at upgrading the DAZ machine with a 2TB SSD. It has a 500GB SSD now, and it keeps complaining about being almost full.
Plus, I'm slowly working my way into Blender... Sheesh.... How did I ever have time for a job?? LOL
All 3 of my "Space Sidewalks" are now in the freebies section if you want to have a play - have fun!
Thanks so much for stopping by, and for all your great comments and support! Hope everyone has a great weekend!
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Image Comments (31)
Funny, I was working on a image with dame hair pig. Have not used it in eons. Love that fine model, ride and movie street setting Rod. For a freebie stang, not bad of a car. Great dedication for both car lovers. I am myself, but have limited styles I enjoy.
Rod, you really R O C K ! ! ! ! This is a really smashing great job you did on this image! Can't thank you enough for creating it! Looks really great. Oh, and the car looks nice too. LOL! Just kidding. You know My eyes went right to the car. (yeah right?) again, lol. just a little one. Heh heh heh. Really great looking setting for the Eleanor! Both ladies look totally fantastic in this image!!!!!!
I saw this when it went up, and your work with the car is sheer and beautiful. Terrific work with Bronte, real photo-model work, and she has reds in her too, to match the car. She makes a stunning contrast with the scene. I love the back alley urban feel of the scene, your images-as-posters in the background, and how the car and Bronte stand out so vividly by comparison. Also love the polka dot effect on the windshield and hood. Photographers look far and wide for scenes like this, you show your real photographer's sense in images like this.
And you thought you needed more than 500GB? Man, with the imagery you do, I'd think that even 2TB would be too small. In 3 or 4 years, 50 TB will probably be too small. (We're gonna be in "Petabytes" soon. I think that's next...I read that there are even "yottabytes" on the way. So lookout...our 2 TB SSDs will soon be used as drink coasters, or paperweights...)