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Happy Trio of HiveWire Animals

Janet

Extraordinary
Contributing Artist
Cool! I saw a Facebook video about a cat who rode on a horse's back.
 

Faery_Light

Dances with Bees
Contributing Artist
This was fun to do.
The cat and dog take the same textures but the horse needed a bit of work to put the texture on it.
I felt I needed one day of just doing artwork for fun and relaxation. :)
The background is two separate landscapes.
I did not like the sky area on this so I took another one that the ground was not what I wanted but like the sky.
Edited both landscapes in Photoshop to make it one.
All three animals were rendered in Poser at one time and surprised me that it only took about twenty minutes.
 

Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
CV-BEE
Very nicely done FL, especially the work on the background and sky. ;)
 

Rae134

Renowned
CV-BEE
Contributing Artist
some times its best just to take a break and do what you want (in this case art)!
 

Faery_Light

Dances with Bees
Contributing Artist
Thanks for the comments.
I'd like to do it in DS with LAMH applied to them but my machine hangs with just one using it.
 

Faery_Light

Dances with Bees
Contributing Artist
I decided to do this again, rendered larger and at 150 dpi before adding to background.
The result is too large for here so I put it on sharecg.
I made the dog taller and lengthened it's legs a bit as well as made the muzzle longer too.
I put Dusk next to the dog to get a sense of size and scaled it to between his hips and waist.
An image of a mane with his Great Dane showed the Dane that size.
The textures really show much better now. :)

Friends-II - 3D and 2D Art - ShareCG
 

Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
CV-BEE
I have to agree. The details in the textures look great in the full-sized render.
 
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