"The Temple Ruins" by DrCarl ()
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I really enjoyed this one, tinkered and fiddled and shifted and played until I got just the right balance. I fought really hard with myself not to put a moon in the scene and after a long battle the moon was no more. I built her hair up out of many layers and bits and pieces to get that wild and feral look and after studying a few more light sets I think I have got moonlight happening now...no uber, just spots and one or two distants... I am not patient enough for uber unless I am doing high key. Before I go to print with this one I will probably go round and roughen the stone work up a little more but it is 3pm and I need to feed the rendo monster that lives in my head and on this computer of mine... it controls my very being....I rendo therefore I am...
sad isn't it!
love and cuddles
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Great image Dr. Carl. I like the photographic view with the distal fade out that puts focus on your main characters. I can see why the moon was screaming to be included; her presence would have given substance to the strong white light coming from the right. That aside a finely crafted work.
Is it just the fact I'm tired and it's getting late or....Is this BEAUTIFUL character sporting a.....'Tail"....ummm...not saying it looks out of place just the fact that is what it appears to me as being.I know ...go to bed Will...it will probably look different in the morning...lol..Wonderful Work Carl...always a pleasure viewing your work! -Will-
Hi Carl , this is one of the best use of the temple ruins prop I've seen since it came on the market. Well done. I'm looking forward to seeing the next episode of the story. Your picture makes me think of Anne McCaffrey's books " The Dragonriders of Pern" in which humans and dragons have a most interesting symbiotic relationship.
i love that bit i rendo thus i am.thats the word. it has become both oiur worlds utes and mines ,and i feel grateful having a partner who really goes and pushes into the same hobby . that alone is already a gift. very nice work dr.greetings from the doc.
WOWWW, Dr Carl, just what the doctor ordered! This is more like it! Really incredible erotic and moving scene. I think you have been holding back, so more like this please. The only critic, would be just a touch, just a ikkle spot of a tincy wincy light of her face, but then again I'MMm I'm really not that sure..:-) Excellent lighting, you really pulled out the best in DAZ here, her skin tone is perfect... like the way you've hidden her right knee bend with a rock! Genius! I've got and used them temple ruins... and Mm yes, the textures are not the best, but I believe you have or will make the most of them in the end... if in doubt add a bit of "noise" always works a treat and gives the impression of detail! Thanks for sharing... you dark horse you... no sorry dragon! Paul