Girls From TNA - Brietlenger Jar Caper Ch2 Pg5 by RodS ()
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YAY! It didn't take me a freakin' month to get the next page in the girls' adventures finished! Even with my rediculous work schedule, I managed to get page 5 put together.
I'll have to admit adding Bryce 7.1 to my tool box of goodies was a really good investment. I'm learning a little more about it every time I open it up, and given time to work with it, I may even get some idea of what the heck I'm doing!
I've been downloading a butt-load of stuff from all over the internet - both freebies and purchased stuff - and you'll see a lot of it in this continuing saga. Stay tuned.
When I started this series, I had no idea how it would take on a life of its own, and almost write itself. I sometimes feel that G4, Arawen, Lisette, and even the little Gecko guy are all here with me collaborating with ideas of thier own. Wierd, huh?
Hope you enjoy the latest page in the girls' adventures!
Thanks as always for all your visits, comments, faves, and support! It keeps me going!
G4's Fire Red Hair mat by RodS
Gecko character by PiSong Design - Gorodin (DAZ)
Poses by Pixeluna, DM, and RodS
Bryce landscapes by RodS
Frill-Neck Lizards from Content Paradise
Image Comments (28)
eekdog () 12:30AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
smashing job my friend, i like many have been waiting the next image in this superb series Rod. love how you capture expression on these characters. love all the povs in this and scenes. along with all the chatting they are doing, killer page my friend.. the two lizards are just so funny.. 100*s //steve
MineFujiko () 12:50AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
Lol! Funny lizard!! RodS-san, Excellent composition and idea!
renecyberdoc () 12:58AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
awesome canyon rocks landscape to go with the story. yes of course the characters give you ideas because you identify yourself with them.i literalli live in my scenes.fantastic this 3d medium. i wonder how i have lived all the time without.
SSoffia () 1:15AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
lol !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fantastic scene and characters made me laugh whether it is true and whether it is with us:) Thanks for your comment !!!!!
bazza () 3:20AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
Fantastic page 5 Rod, gotta love the gecko and talking lizards, way cool.. Can't wait to see whats in those mountains they drove into.. Great work Rod super scenery and cool wagon.. your doing great with this story!! Have a super day Rod.. Barry
Bossie_Boots () 3:42AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
Very impressive Rod even more so now i have read you use bryce your doing an amazing job with this story cant wait for next instalment superb work hugs lou x
UteBigSmile () 4:00AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
Smashing - What a Stunner, again such a fantastic job dear Rod!
bmac62 () 4:51AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
Well now Rod...I've got this picture in my mind...you dreaming of secret meetings with the girls and the gecko and them passing you notes for your next episode (page). Nobody ever said you couldn't use ghost writers in this most cool series. Great renders...all!
Erestorfan () 8:47AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
Oh Rod, I'm still laughing!! I LOVE those two lizards watching the whole thing! What immediately came to mind was one of the Star Trek movies, The Journey Home when Kirk etal landed in a park in San Francisco under cloak. When they opened the door of the shuttle and walked down the stairs there were two garbagemen that saw them and one says to the other "Did you see THAT?" and the other says "No and neither did you so shut up!" Another GREAT episode!!! Can't wait for more!
debbielove () 8:53AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
Where do you come up with these fun adventures from Rod! lol Your imagination is boundless.. Good going mate, sorry it took so long for you to complete it, BUT it came out really well.. Good work! Rob
mrestey () 9:01AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
LOL!!! This is GREAT buddy! The holographic mountain is a cool idea! The two lizards having the conversation is hilarious! Like the two garbage collectors in the Voyage Home, lol. I know what you mean about the characters seeming to actually be real people with you there. I have had that experience with my stories too. When Holly and I went to a book signing R.A.Salvator was doing in a near by town he mentioned the same thing - his character take on personalities of there own and it is as if they are walk with him through the journey of the story. I think it is the mark of a true story teller. Super continuation my friend. Can't wait for the next. FASTER - MUST GO FASTER!
Faemike55 () 9:51AM | Sun, 20 February 2011
Wonderful work, Rod and excellent writing. those two sand lizards could have their own series if you don't watch it.
FaeMoon () 1:02PM | Sun, 20 February 2011
Very clever, Rod! Love this installment - I think these girls are in for a very mysterious time and loads of adventure to come. You are doing so wonderful with Bryce.. makes me want to fire mine up, but in the midst of other projects. :) Still lovely!
DiYanira () 1:22PM | Sun, 20 February 2011
THIS IS A GREAT STORY,WAITING FOR THE NEXT PAGE. GREAT WORK.
Rhanagaz () 5:13PM | Sun, 20 February 2011
Excellent picture story and great fun! Love the way you create your panels! :o)
npauling () 6:51PM | Sun, 20 February 2011
Excellent work with this series and these girls are really in for an adventure by the look of things. Lovely work with all the posing too.
alessimarco () 9:20PM | Sun, 20 February 2011
~Rod, you outdo yourself again and again! This is really fabulous work...from the holographic mountain to the talking lizards! Put a little chocolate on those fire ants and your will have sweet and spicy! :) Terrific work with the panels...just amazing man!~
auntietk () 3:50PM | Mon, 21 February 2011
I love the little details that make such an impact! The dust hanging in the air behind the vehicle is outstanding. A simple detail, but adding it gives your scene that extra something special. Using the lizards as an outside viewer was brilliant. Really fine work!
mgtcs () 2:00PM | Tue, 22 February 2011
This is a wonderful work Rod, absolutely amazing, very fine work!
brewgirlca () 10:47AM | Sat, 02 April 2011
Rod you are really developing some classic comic book skills here, that outtake with the two lizards is a classic throw away interjection. You've done some amazing work with perspective here, as in the top panel. Good pacing and well written.