Dying Time: for Steeleyes by kjer_99 ()
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Whose to say which of them will do the dying. The woman has one weapon--or perhaps three; if you count her two high heels as such. (I don't!) On the other hand, the female lion has twenty-four--if you count her twenty toenails and four fangs. (I do.)
Of course, there is always such a thing as sheer luck; so who knows?
I'd like to have more sympathy for the woman, but find it difficult to have much for anybody stupid enough to go out into the desert in high-heeled boots. (Are you people who create clothing for CG figures paying attention here?)
Having shifted my rant, I'll go ahead and point out that when makeing warrior or adventurer, or sci-fi/fantasy gear, it would be nice if the modelers gave us the option of high-heels or more realistic footwear. Doesn't seem to me that it would be that difficult. It's sad how many clothing items I have purchased or downloaded for free that I have never used because the footwear just look stupid and inappropriate for the situation that I wanted to portray. Is it just me? Am I alone in having this irritation?
I'm dedicating this one to Steeleyes101, who is another long-time cyber friend and supporter of my work. Thanks my friend!
And thanks to you for stopping by and taking a look.
Figure: DAZ Victoria 4.2++ with VIRUS230373's "Jeanne-Tripplehorn" morphs (ShareCG), Oskarsson's"OS Mercy" skinmats (Renderosity), outoftouch's "Hood Hair" (Renderosity), and clothed with Bobbie25 and Umblefugly's "Nighthawk" (DAZ).
Animal: DAZ "Big Cats."
Image Comments (11)
You're absolutely right, Jeremy! I do not use Vue and so I never downloaded characters, but I can very well understand your irritation. In fact, the boots with high heels in the desert are not very convincing! In any case, despite the "heels", you've done a wonderful work! :)
Shoes! Very important! (unless you're someone who doesn't wear them) I run into this problem as well. I have several great sets of footwear for my characters and like you wish they had morphing heels to allow me to use the shoe style on any ground. Excellent work
Hopefully if the Tiger was to bite off her foot first the shoe in question would get stuck/lodged in it's throat and the Tiger would choke to death....Hey?....Stranger things have happened.....lol... High heels in the desert are about as useless as a screen door on a submarine...I feel your pain Jeremy about options that are not available...~sigh~...
You know Im digging this one much and consider it one of the hightest compliments to have you do a piece and dedicate to me. As for your complaints about clothing and such I think most would agree with you there my friend. Would you believe I am currently working on a scene much like this myself? Is it not amazing how like minds think. Wonderful presentation here and would very much like to work on a scene toghter with you some day. In fact I was going to ask Rendo if they would consider creating another gallery called collaboration so that to or more artist who work on a scene together can post their work and both get credit. Thanks again for this wonderful compliment Steel