Storm at Smuggler's Lighthouse by perpetualrevision ()
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I know the stormy lighthouse scene is kind of a cliche, but when I loaded the Smuggler’s Lighthouse, I knew I had to give it a try. And what stormy lighthouse cliche would be complete without a mysterious woman being blown about in the wind?
Rendered in August 2020 in Poser Pro 11 Firefly at 4400 × 2475 pixels, using direct lighting (one infinite light moon, two spotlights, and an IBL light) with Depth Cue atmosphere enabled. Postwork in Photoshop with Ron’s Waves brushes. View full size on my blog.
SCENE: Smuggler’s Lighthouse by 1971s; Light beams from D3D Material Collection by Dimension3D; Rain from Fire & Water by Coflek Gnorg; Parkside Point Ground by Jack Tomalin; Flink’s Sky 2 - Rain; Rolling sea prop by me.
CHARACTER: V4 wearing Morphing Fantasy Dress with Golden Dream texture by Porsimo, with Nabia hair by 3Dream.
Image Comments (14)
artdreamer () 7:26AM | Fri, 28 August 2020
A beautiful design that clearly shows the threat of the stormy weather. I like lighthouses.
eekdog () Online Now! 7:26PM | Fri, 28 August 2020
Love lighthouses and horrible weather with them. Great raging sea work and atmosphere.
Radar_rad-dude () 4:48AM | Sat, 29 August 2020
This turned out perfectly! A most magnificent scene and stellar image! Many fine accolades and praises!
OmniFX () 9:44AM | Sat, 29 August 2020
Wow, well done and dramatic scene. Excellent atmospheric lighting and rain effect. Super work on this image!
daggerwilldo () Online Now! 2:48PM | Sat, 29 August 2020
Having been around many lighthouse in the north east I totally relate to this. It is a great lighthouse and a fine rainy night and you were also right do you have a mysterious woman in the scene. So now we must ask ourselves is she living or is she a ghost? After all every lighthouse has both.