Training Droid Standoff by DustRider ()
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The year is 2120, Zelara is taking a few minutes to practice her light saber skills with a training droid. She has countered all the droids moves so far, and now they are preparing for the next move.
Please zoom in to full resolution to see the fantastic detailing on the outfit(s)!
This image was done for the Platinum Club Jan. 2020 Render Challenge. I wanted to use Zelara in a render, so this was the perfect reason. She has several added morphs (as usual), and outfit is a kit-bash of several Aeon Soul outfits and the gun belt from another outfit. The lighting is quite simple, the default HDRI (again), and I added some atmosphere dust/fog to give the image a little extra depth.
Setup and rendered with Iray in DAZ Studio 4.12 Beta. I used the bloom filter in Iray to get the light saber and droid light effects.
Thanks for stopping by!!
Image Comments (18)
eekdog () Online Now! 3:00PM | Fri, 03 January 2020
Beautiful creation, you have amazing talent. 5++
JoeJarrah () 3:38PM | Fri, 03 January 2020
looks great; real sense of action. the bloom effect is excellent.. i really must get to grips with ds4 one day...
miwi () 5:33PM | Fri, 03 January 2020
Excellent SF-scene, excellent work,like it a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Richardphotos () 8:10PM | Fri, 03 January 2020
enlarged is about the same size but I can easily see the details and resolution. superb work
So sorry! I didn't realize that selling an image limited the resolution people could see (yeah, too me since Rendo first started it until now .... duh!). Thanks for letting me know, the image can now be viewed at full resolution (it's not like I've ever sold an image here, so no great loss there).
STEVIEUKWONDER () Online Now! 5:07AM | Wed, 15 January 2020
I'd love to know how you get so much detail in your work. Also, the lights are a mystery to me!