V4 4Evah! by CleonXXI ()
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Well, as a low-to-mid skill hobbyist who likes to make pictures of unrealistically endowed 3d girls, I can spend another several thousand dollars for the latest generation of top of the line figures and accessories, or I can stick with what I've got. Since that standard seems to be changing often these days, think I have to opt for the latter course out of economic necessity. I don't think any marginal increase in quality and unrealistic realism will compensate for the additional expense, at least in my own efforts. Neither does "Angel" here, do you? ...I'll take that quirky grin as agreement on her part. Kudos to the vendors still producing reasonably priced products for the old gal. Your customer base hasn't completely dried up, I don't think.
Image Comments (15)
Cyve () 10:03AM | Sun, 28 June 2015
Incredible character and fantastic creation my friend...WOnderfully done !
giulband () 10:47AM | Sun, 28 June 2015
Wonderful character and very beautiful image realization !!!!!!
chimera46 () 10:43PM | Wed, 01 July 2015
I know how you feel, and share your sentiments. That said, I think Smith Micro is holding itself back as well, not opting to make poser genesis friendly and such.
Hendesse () 10:43AM | Sat, 04 July 2015
Fantastic character with a curvaceous body. Great textures, lighting and superb background. Excellent work!
romangirl () Online Now! 2:55PM | Mon, 25 January 2016
I am with you 100 %! I can't keep up financially with al the new characters and requirements. Always glad to find another V4/M4 person. Hopefully, if we are a dying breed, it will take a long time. The render is magnificent. I thought it was Genesis or V whatever. Great job!
bucyjoe () 11:51AM | Sun, 03 December 2017
you have a consistent style. these could be grouped together in a calendar or something
blankfrancine () 5:24AM | Mon, 09 April 2018
There is still a lot of life left in these older figures,as you have expertly shown here! Fine lady, great expression,lighting and setup.