Think Pink! by RodS ()
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Just a bit of playing around with a bunch of free goodies...
Gabby V4 freebie by Wolfsbain
Leather Outfit by Richabri (with AngelFury's Glam Materials)
Hayden Hair (NLA in the RMP)
I forgot which skin texture I used, but it was one of Jayme's (Illusions Designs) beautiful textures, with Snarlygribbly's EZ-Skin shaders.
Free backgrounds by TwiztedMetal (Amity Backgrounds)
Dangling Glow Brushes by Obsidian Dawn
Many thanks to all these talented and generous artists for providing all these wonderful items for free.
Happy Easter to all who celebrate, and a great weekend to everyone! Thanks for dropping by, and for any comments you wish to leave.
Image Comments (26)
Wishing you Happy Easter again! Wow! This is some render. SO different from the TNA renders, yet with a tinge of it. Do you remember the "Think Pink" movement of the 1950s-60s? Alfred Hitchcock made a movie centered on a Think Pink spa where a body was found on the bottom of the mud pool. Eerie! Then my stay at mother's friends place was over so I never got to see the rest of the film. Maybe no loss - would probably have given my young mind severe nightmares. :-)
ok I was way off: I've not-commented on more images than I thought! So I'm skipping around trying to get a good sampling...(I gotta write shorter, that's all there is to it.) Love the saturated, doused pink here, and your usual panache with pose, light and outfit. I know nothing about clothing models in 3D, but I assume that the artist has a lot of say on how the clothes drape, cling, etc: You do this wonderfully and suggestively. I also like her dark sexy skin contrasted with those shiny pinks. Against a club-like background with baubles and streamers. Really well done, Rod. I wouldn't be able to do this if I tried.
And btw: I've seen the first 3 of your video memoirs. I love them. (I thought of trying one myself, but chickened out.) I'll get to the others soon. The one with the guy laying the cable---in fast motion? Loved all that, and then you sitting down telling us what's going on. And it's amazing how much you do with your computers, how you prolong their lives, re-furbish them, etc. I look at a motherboard and panic. All I can think is, if I touch this thing, Borneo will catch fire. It's as terrifying to me as programming. You're one of those people who can dive in and re-construct, re-format, etc etc. A computer in your hands knows it has a long life ahead of it. You're they're own private Medicare staff...