Busty Elves In Peril: Curious Interruptions  by chimera46 ()
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Response for this BEIP set was good so I thought some people might enjoy some alternate views (given that I had already rendered them at the time), this time with her top on and with 75% less spiders.
If you'd like to see her topless, well then just click here.
I did a little post work on her face (bump map on the lips was too strong so I blurred it a bit), but otherwise aside from compositing the images are as they were rendered, without post work.
Looking at my gallery, it seems that I went about 2 months with posting very little, and then I posted a ton in the past 2 weeks. I'm pretty much out of the stuff I was tinkering with during that lull, and I'm done spasming out images, so my posting should be a little more normal from here on in.
[Comments are always welcome]
Image Comments (45)
Wonderful image my friend, I am so sorry to hear that you may be out of extra images to post because I could never tired of this Busty Elves series in a million years. Your attention to detail and your post work is what makes you images stand out so much.
The skin texture in contrast with the hair color really pops out- in a good way. Her pose is well done, tastefully erotic. The blue halo around the iris/cornea is eye catching as well. With the top on, her cleavage is a little more natural looking as there would be reason for them to defy more gravity being suspended by the top. The hair I am not too crazy about, but that is not your creation- I wonder if you could tweak the texture a bit though. In its current form, the braids seem more like hair tubes. I have admitedly shied away from lighter colored hair in a lot of my renders because I couldn't get them to look as realistic as the darker colors.