La Femme in the Temple With a Sword by lwperkins ()
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...Technically, she's in The Citadel, coflek-gnorg's neat model with shiny, slow to render floors (I always forget about the floors, if you turn off the reflection the renders go a lot faster).
The Demon Bride headdress can be worn alone, it includes hair, and some adjustment too. Sword is from a DM set, character is LaFemme with Fabiana and my morphs (Famille des Femmes Muir) and Rhiannon's Alethea skin.
No I don't know what she is doing--more bat abuse, maybe. Or mice. Tuesday night was the 3rd night in a row there was a dead mouse brought to us by our cat..in bed at 2 Am.
"I brought you a snack!"
Image Comments (12)
eekdog () 9:35PM | Thu, 10 December 2020
I like that shinny floor from the lighting Lynn. something caught her eye looks like. well done.
Stay Positive and Test Negative.
daggerwilldo () 11:14PM | Thu, 10 December 2020
Thank you for the mouse...I was just thinking about having one for a snack. What a great kitty. They could have stashed it under the couch for themselves. So it's all good...Right??? A lovely render. Do you remember back when we all discovered reflective surfaces? When every surface needed to be reflective for the render to be any good. Well I still like 'em. That and the Shadow-Light play in this one are quite beautiful. A most lovely job.
donnena () 10:20PM | Fri, 11 December 2020
Kitty Loves you!!!
I love reflections! it's amazing what surfaces will reflect, and at what degree of accuracy!!
it's great to see La Femme in a Temple with a Sword!! My versions are NOT interested in old school weaponry! Philistines, they are!
gerberc () 7:47AM | Thu, 17 December 2020
Beautiful scene! I often find it's the render time intensive features that add that extra bit of realism for a perfect render. So if you want to turn your computer useless for a while to take care of the mice your kitty brought home, try rendering reflections, refractions or atmospheric effects like haze or fog. Of course this game is more fun (for the kitty) if the mouse is still alive :)