Flying the Lunar Mosquito by perpetualrevision ()
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Not really sure what a Lunar Mosquito is, but Mikey likes it! I couldn’t get him off the darn thing… And since it’s a lunar vehicle, why not two moons?
(This scene sponsored by Runtime Hoarders Anonymous. Which is to say, I have so much cool stuff I’ve never even rendered, and I'm working to remedy that!)
Rendered in June 2020 in Poser Pro 11 Firefly at 4400 × 2475 pixels. View full size on my blog (or click the blue "Open Full Image" button).
SCENE: Lunar Mosquito by 1971s; TerraDome2; TerraLuna2 moons; Clouds prop by me.
CHARACTER: M4 wearing Ace of Spades Jack by Val3dart.
Image Comments (12)
Radar_rad-dude () 12:57AM | Wed, 10 June 2020
Very cool buggy for moon dancing! A very classy ride and image! Bravo!
donnena () Online Now! 9:02AM | Wed, 10 June 2020
Is there a member ship form for the RHA?? specific number and size of one's runtimes??
Let's see. You can sign up for a Runtime Hoarder's Anonymous membership if: (a) you can't resist a good sale and will load up on all kinds of assets you have no idea how you'll ever use; (b) it would take more than 10 years for you to use everything you have at least once in a render; and/or (c) you're pretty sure the name the name describes you, regardless of any other criteria!
I only have one Runtime (other than the default one that gets installed with Poser), but it's at 300GB and growing!
OmniFX () 2:48PM | Wed, 10 June 2020
Very cool helicopter vehicle. Awesome background. Just a FYI if you want you can move the animation scrubber to frame 3 or 4 click the + on the animation time line to create a key frame. Move back to frame 1 then rotate rotors a quarter or half turn either direction not much. There is a check box for motion blur under render settings after checking it then render it will add blur effect to the rotors. This works on any blur effect you want. Excellent work perpetualrevision
Thanks for the comment! I've actually done some motion blur on propellors in a few recent renders and probably should've done some on this one too, and maybe added some seam coming out of the pipes in the back. Oh well -- next time! I was surprised at how easy it is to do motion blur in Poser, and it didn't seem to add any extra time to the render. Nifty!