Rosalea 6(Vue):Poolside Distraction by adorety ()
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By midmorning, Rosalea felt the hotel poolside had become a bit crowded. Especially where she was sitting. Time for the beach.
Well the first file never opened, but the characters were all posed and ready, so I rebuilt the scene in Vue, but made every figure a Vue Object first. No worries. Hope you enjoy the humor. I took inspiration from Mikeerson's comment on Rosalea 4. Thanks for looking and any comments.
Image Comments (28)
Dreamdesigner () 9:32PM | Wed, 18 January 2012
My God!!.. Arthur this is excellent my friend!!I think,she needs a peaceful corner for a reading,but this is an impossible dream at any poolside area!!LOL:-))everything is perfect,pose/expressions/lighting.. camera...everything!!Great labor and Vue workmanship!I like it very much,Also thank you for your beautiful comments Arthur!:-))))
twelvemark21 () 10:01PM | Wed, 18 January 2012
Awe inspiring composition... Fantastic poses and expressions (great job with Rosalea's eyes). The background characters are terrific each having his/her own unique personality. Thanks for this one, it was and is a lot of fun to view.
RodS () 10:28PM | Wed, 18 January 2012
ROTFLMAO!!! LOVE the guy getting pushed into the pool by his wife/girlfriend! Excellent! I remember Mike making a comment about doing something like this, but I'll have to go back and re-read it. This is brilliant, Arthur! She's certainly causing a stir! And your lighting is just perfect!
mgtcs () 10:36PM | Wed, 18 January 2012
OMG....This is a precious composition my friend, amazing colors and characters, marvelous work, loved her pose, marvelous work!
SidheRoseGraphics () 11:21PM | Wed, 18 January 2012
Good one! I'm glad you managed to redo it for us. She looks fabulous and I love everyone's expressions. She knows she's got it and everyone's looking. Excellent image, Arthur!
Pen_Is_Envy () 11:30PM | Wed, 18 January 2012
This is a fantastic render and my hat's off to your patience. If I had to do a scene like this all over again, I'd quit. Beautiful work! :)
Swidhelm () 12:53AM | Thu, 19 January 2012
lol great image! Priceless. I think I lucked out though, because my woman would be checking her out as much as I would be, heh :P Great image, love the lighting. Suggests morning, or late afternoon. Great work.
vitachick () 3:16AM | Thu, 19 January 2012
Excellant. Alot of characters. Something Daz could never handle. The character poses are great. Oops looks like someone is going to be pushed into the pool. 10+
saphira1998 () Online Now! 11:07AM | Thu, 19 January 2012
great scene.only the polished floor does not fit into the scene.
Tracesl () 4:58PM | Thu, 19 January 2012
Great setting and cast of characters with wonderfully done posing, very real life and enjoyable to look at -- excellent
brewgirlca () 10:09PM | Thu, 19 January 2012
Well it must be good because you got more than 3 words from Tracey! In fact a complete and long sentence. Lovely to see a lovely girl and she knows it. One who can create a stir just by walking down the street. A wonderful feeling and you portray the reactiions so beautifully. Their body language is so well done and the facial expressions are priceless. I like especially the girl in the red bikini and her "Bitch!" look. But each group of characters tell their own littls story. Lovely render, the skin tones on Roselea are exceptional.
mikeerson () 11:42PM | Thu, 19 January 2012
lol... brewgirlca cracks me up... at least she left you a comment - lol... it's been a while since the girlcabrew visited my gallery = lol... Excellent scene, it's got action, it's got lots to look at and it got a girl on the move - lol
adrie () 3:40PM | Fri, 20 January 2012
Stunning composed scene my friend, lots to see....superb work love it.
bigbraader () 12:14PM | Sat, 21 January 2012
This is really good, with a humorous twist. Great posing and composition. 5* About the file etc. I think most would run into problems with so many Poser characters. I suspect a lot of it has to do with Vue having to load all the texture maps at once. But that doesn't explain in full why Vue can open an "identical" file with the figures as separate objects. Personally I always work on the characters separately and integrate them as VOBs. But then again, I export them as collada, and reduce the texture map sizes in most cases, no need to have huge texture maps unless for closeups.
vapo () 5:42AM | Mon, 06 February 2012
You have squeezed at least 4 stories into this render, Arthur! :) Great work on the poses and expressions! Vashek