NA: more like "lions and tigers and bears oh my" heheheh
Welcome @Me195 to the Hive!!
A very neat character and I love how you have used the emissive lighting effects! The flesh on head of the Dullahan supposedly looks like green cheese!
Celty, from the anime series Durarara is a favorite Dullahan of mine, but having a strong Irish background I used to hear tales of them as a kid from my grandparents along with the bogies and bogarts and banshees.
@luannemarie Gorgeous Renders!! I have been eyeing that crown over at Daz myself!!
You are most welcome! I hope to see more of your work!Thank you for saying so. The souls, Skeletal-horse's eyes, the stars, and the moon all use the emissive effect. Apparently I love that effect. It's just too bad that Superfly's support for video card rendering is still a WIP. Using my processor to render all of that took 36 hours. I actually thought of making a green cheese like texture for Dawn's head and a morph to give her that Dullahan ear to ear grin. I decided against it because the pseudo-darkness light set up I used would have made it look like blue cheese instead. Celty is actually the one that reminded me of all of those stories I heard growing up. She is my favorite character in Durarara. Thanks again for the kind words.
I think that's the original version, but there have been many copy-cat and homage paintings since. A quick Google search for "dogs playing poker" will reveal tons of them.That's the dogs playing poker painting I remember.
LOL!! I have been there! My brother has this picture hanging on the wall behind the pool table in his entertainment room. I always wondered what they would do to the dog cheating if they found out LOL!!I think that's the original version, but there have been many copy-cat and homage paintings since. A quick Google search for "dogs playing poker" will reveal tons of them.
I can't forget it after one Xmas spent scouring the local malls and art shops for a copy (though some may argue the word "art" when referring to this painting ). One of my brothers had just built a bar in his basement and I knew this painting was something he'd get a kick out of adding to its decor . I never did find it though - this was in the days before online shopping made finding specialty items like this easy.