Felix dies natalis, Hadriane! by Santel ()
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This was rendered using Poser Pro 2014 using the Octane renderer. It's an imagined portrait of a youthful Hadrian in a Roman setting. Hadrian had his 1940th birthday a few days ago. The room and statue of Bacchus are inspired by ancient sources as well as the architecture of the 2nd century AD.
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Image Comments (5)
hilmarion () 1:21AM | Wed, 03 February 2016
Wonderfully done. I love the wideness of space and the latin birthday dedication
Arrogathor () 3:21AM | Wed, 03 February 2016
I knew felix meant fortunate and natalis had something to do with birth. I went to the translator and it thought the sentence was in German, so I selected Latin and got a translation. Happy Birthday Adrian. Hadrian one of the 'five good emperors' according to Machiavelli. Great image, fine atmosphere.