What is this Contraption (please read) by eekdog ()
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Thank you for your time and valued comments on my work my friends. They mean alot.
I got into poser with poser 4 about 2007,my first computer I had was in 2001 two months before 9/11... a very long time friend of mine here in Colorado I've known since 1967 was the one who got me into computers, then Bryce software then poser 4. His name is Rick.
Was tough learning it since when I had V3 and no morph package so did not know what to do on doing poses and getting body and head to look like the characters I had at the time. I eventually found Renderosity and things fell into place. Thank you Rendo!
Well anyway he's is a excellent artist and I've been trying to get him to join here and post. He joined awhile back and has never shared his work till now.
I ask that you visit his first image and maybe fave him and share comments. He taught me a bit and has mega talent in photoshop, light wave, reality etc. I only work photoshop and poser. He works with p11
Since I use a smartphone I can't link his gallery for you my friends. But below is his artist name here and maybe just do a artist search for it please.
MDD Clarice by: Maddelirium
Pherenike Hair by: Mairy
Steampunk Outfit by: Daz
Background by: vyktohria on freebies
Image Comments (58)
A fantastic dedication. This is how we all started; the feeling of utter confusion on how things work... so many buttons and switches. I'm glad you stuck with it, Steve, your art is amazing now. I love your steampunk work. Your friend's post is fantastic, too, thanks for the heads up!
That particular contraption looks like it was pulled out of time from the 1930s. It may be trouble for the Victorian Era.
Great dedi for your friend Rick. Surprised he hasn't posted to Rendo sooner, but better later than never! Looking forward to what he has up next.
Need to add that you have an impressive font library, Steve.
Great looking steampunk image you've created here, Steve! Love all that old gear, and of course your lady is gorgeous! Awesome work as always!
I stopped by Rick's gallery, and saw his Avatar inspired art - most impressive indeed! Left him a comment, and he's now on my follow list. Good to see new talent!