We're Gonna Get You For This... for Wolfenshire by RodS ()
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The Girls wanted me to pass this along - so remember, I'm only the messenger, OK? This isn't ancient Greece... Don't kill the messenger....
"OK, wiseguy. So as we understand it, you told Rod what to put in his coffee... As if he's not hot-wired enough already. So now he thinks we're Khaleesh...er, Khaleeshi,, or something like that blonde Dragon chick.. Whatever... So, now here we are trying not to fall off, while this...Dragon, or Raushu, or whatever, keeps doing all kinds of aerial acrobatics. We just about lost Kinnie during that last barrel roll!
I'll have to admit, he's kinda cute, but he keeps rattling on about stuff like Splinter Ships, and Sun Trees, and stuff. And his aftershave (do dragons shave??) smells like fresh honey. He says his name is Jacob... OK, that's cool, but I wish he'd just put us down before G4 hurls on me. Again. Anyway, we need to come over and have a talk with you, my friend..."
OK, sooo, keep looking over your shoulder, bro. No telling what the Girls have planned for you.. But it probably won't be all that bad... 😉😁
Now.... I think I need another cuppa joe... With the special additives, of course..
This is the first multi-figure render I've put together in DAZ Studio. For some reason the DAZ Dragon wouldn't work in any version of Poser. I'm not sure what's up with that, but I was able to get Ar, G4, and Kinnie to work (after some fiddling) in DS. The BG photo is from our recent trip.
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I missed the part on what you may have added to your coffee, but I do like the pic. FYI. The DAZ Sub Dragon and Dragon 3 do work in Poser (11.2) might need an update/fix, but experience says, they work better and have a smoother texture/mesh if used in DAZ, so if you're comfortable enough using DAZ for them, I'd stick with that.
If you update to Poser 11.2 go to this site and download the AVFix and follow instructions. It fixes some communication issues with Poser and some plugins such as EZ Skin among others: https://www.poserlounge.nl/PLWP/fix-for-scripts-in-poser-11-2/#comment-215 Just copy and paste this address and you should see the download link in the comment of the forum.
great image, Rod! And it's a great shout out to wolfenshire, one of our best writers and graphic novelists. (I hope I used that term correctly.) I love the expressions on Ar and Kinnie---they really look like they're trying to say "Hellllllpppppp!" G4 is trying to say hi, but may be a little dizzy from the ride. (My grandparents would she, "she's vermisched!" She's mixed up...) The women fit perfectly on that big flying dragon. And I like that the dragon turns to us with a smile (well, I hope that's a smile), and there's no sense that these characters were "put together"---it looks like the image came this way, right out of the box. Plus you used a really stunning shot of clouds--gorgeous photo, Rod. (I assume it's one of yours?) Fine combination of everything, it all works as a complete whole. And I also love the lighting---a bleaching sun from in front of the image. I always wondered, in seeing Kaleesi (or however you spell it), how she didn't freeze on that freakin' dragon---it's COLD up there. I'm not sure of the reference---I looked back at wolf's uploads, but didn't find it---but that's ok: Your image says everything. Terrific piece. And thank you for your wonderful response to my last piece of writing. I appreciate it greatly, Rod. That piece turned out more personal than I'd planned (there was some actual truth in it), and your reception meant a lot to me. Many thanks.
(ps---terrific interview for AOM---one of the best I've seen. Love what you said about creating, your background, the advice you gave etc. There were no comments---I'd have left one if there were. Maybe they're discontinuing them? Anyway, congratulations again. It was wholly deserved.)