The Race to Save The World by diomedes66 ()
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An attempt to use D|S, Bryce, PS, to combine static backgrounds with posable objects - all comments and suggestions are warmly received as I am still quite new to this. Happy holidays to all.
Vali's Carisma character, available in free stuff; Clothing from DAS3d, background image from RDNA free stuff
Image Comments (9)
davidwalker457 () 6:38PM | Tue, 28 December 2004
beautiful work,like the white hair with the skin tone of the woman:)
webshadow () 7:25PM | Tue, 28 December 2004
Your work is always uniquely visual...I love the aspect and POV of this piece...that hair is incredible...and I think you are coming along very well in your endeavors. Well-posed and graceful....I love this piece. Thanks for sharing it. Excellent work!
Digitell () Online Now! 8:03PM | Tue, 28 December 2004
This is beautiful!! The pose is excellent and that face on her is beautiful! The hair was done very well too...a task I know all to well is very difficult! Excellent work...you are doing so very well! :) VOTE!!!!!
Petra-S () 3:18AM | Wed, 29 December 2004
Super scene and combination, POV and atmo/light and colors! Brilliant pose, character, textur and mood!
hoskins78 () 1:10PM | Fri, 07 January 2005
This is fantastic! I really like the offset composition and your lady look gorgeous! Also the image tells a story (or at least suggests one to me lol) - she looks as if she's got the balance right and now she's about to spin round and hurl that globe into the abyss! Excellent!!!
AnnaKirsten () 8:29AM | Mon, 07 March 2005
How wonderfully atmospheric this is! The landscape and the girl are really great, so is the lighting. The sphere she is holding appears a little pixelly - maybe needs a little rounding off to give it depth? Apart from that, I love this picture.