Discussion in 'Show Me The Honey' started by Chris, May 5, 2016.
yes, a promo render is a different beast to an artistic one!
That it is!
And so many of them are needed!
Quite different. I can do artistic renders, but promos . . . I don't even want to think about it.
That's how I feel MissB!
Same here. Personal renders are fun, but commercial ones are.... work, and aggravated when we have to make so many.
..............what separates a pro from an amateur........
Added some facial detail to the beagle. ^.^
That bulldog is amazing, Sparky. And the beagle's face is really looking great too. One of my characters might even have to gat a dog!
@Sparky thanks, I'm tryin I really am
will the newborn puppy also be sold at Renderosity and what will it cost? Any idea what the release dae might be?
Also I think I read somewhere here on the site the Big Dog has been updated. If I purchased it at Renderosity will there also be an upgrade there?
For some unknown reason, it has not been updated yet. Last I checked was a minute ago.
The HiveWire Big Dog was updated on July 11th --> Product Updates Main Notification
Or were you expecting another update since then?
It was about the same updates on Renderosity. There, the files have not been updated yet.
These are some WIPs of a longer LAMH coat for our Big Dog that I've been working on here and there in between projects. Still need to do some more work on the leg, thigh and belly "feathers" and some odd and ends, but it's starting to come along. It will be free here when it's done, along with my first short coat.
Looking gorgeous already Laurie!
In my last render, the dog's coat looks very similar with this, only it was painted by hand. I found it to be a faster way to show hair on animals that actually render it. Memory consumprion wise, my last render ate almost 31GB out of a total of a 32 that I have on my machine. Any more geometry and textures and probably I wouldn't have been able to render it at all. At least not in one go.
That is so adorable, Laurie!
Ahhhh, OK. I misunderstood, as I assumed you were talking about here at the Hive.
Hot damn Laurie, those look like photographs!