Reverie by novelist ()
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Thank you, e-brink, for this gorgeous free model (the tea cup set). Your generosity to the digital art community knows no bounds with your comments, art, and now this. You inspire so many of us here.
You can see the model on this page: e-brink's Tea cup set and can download it by subscribing to his free newsletter. It is well worth it and it will keep you up to date with his work.
I'm back! I promise to continue commenting on your galleries this week. I've been gone for a few weeks, and am rusty, but I needed a long break. I started commenting again last night, but I'm so far behind that it will take me a while to get to everyone who comments on my work. But please know I do appreciate it and I will return.
This character is Caitlin Celtic Elegance for V4 (found in the marketplace here by Phoenix1966), the background prop used that reflects in the windows is Forest Mysteria from Runtimedna by Judith. The rest can be found at Daz. I've never quite figured out how the attach credits work when I upload here but I will figure that out soon. Caitlin is a great texture with many variations.
Thank you for looking and have a great week and weekend. I'll be back to comment in the next few days. I started last night, but it's slow going this time as I've missed a lot! I do appreciate each of you and admire your work.
As for the tools: Daz Studio for the render, I used one of Ron's steam brushes in the Gimp, signed it, then framed it in Filter Forge.
Image Comments (25)
At first I thought Victoriaan English, because of the tea, but the bonnet really looks southern belle. The title fits perfectly too! Yes, It is good to see you back, and I really know what you mean about catching up. I once waded through 300 ebots...eugh!
It looks like Regency England to me. I love her expression! There is a lot going on behind that satisfied gaze. I also love the expression on your image "The Weary Explorer" and am glad you dog is responding better to the different meds. Beautiful images, both! Wonderful lighting and shading!