Six Makes First Contact [Tripping The Rift] by chimera46 ()
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**There's another variant of this image featuring "T'Pol" from Star Trek:Enterprise. To see it, click here.
I should say that before I posted this image here I took a close look at the TOS to make sure I was not in violation in letter or spirit. It wasn't my intention to come so close to the line, things just turned out that way.
Anyways, it's been a while since I played with my V4 incarnation of Six from Tripping The Rift. It's also been a while since I posted a full size nude piece here, so here's my quota on that front.
For the most part I'm pleased with how this scene came out, there was quite a bit of new toys and techniques I tried out here, and they seemed to work. That said, The breasts aren't totally to my liking (a mix of wyrmmaster mags and V4 morphs), and I shall endeavour to play with them until they come out just right :)
The room here is an old Aery Soul Freebie with some re-texturing, The hair is by FKdesigns, the fog/mist is from Daz (Nerd3d), the "tentacles" are Keiths' lekku freebies (I swear I'll get them on a twi'lek some day !).
[Comments are always welcome]
Image Comments (46)
"and I shall endeavour to play with them until they come out just right " Yeah... I bet you will!! Cool render and a great set to explore the tentacle theme- kinda reminds me of some anime in that regard- LOL! But seriously, cool atmosphere and the tentacles are wrapped just right!
The use of the lekku as tentacles was brilliant. I agree that the breasts are off; they look like silicon implants in micro-gravity, but I have no idea how one would go about fixing that. (Too bad Poser Physics doesn't work well with soft deforms like breasts. And Weird Juice's Metaform doesn't work in Poser 7 at this time.) I love the light columns. I need to learn how to do that. The fog is a nice touch, but you can see the edges of the fog object in the background. (The few times I've used it, I've truly loved it. I'm not very good at it yet, though.) And I really like her jewelry, too. Lovely work!