Discussion in 'It's About the Art!' started by Stezza, Jan 6, 2016.
That's what I did to the Romper earlier, as I don't like just one single matzone for texturing.
Me too Miss B, I like having more than one matzone for an item.
The Pier by Rae134 posted May 25, 2019 at 7:57 AM
Angeline by Rae134 posted May 25, 2019 at 7:57 AM
Oh, I'm liking that Pier render Rae. Don't think I've seen anything in any of the stores like that, but then I don't shop at DAZ very often these days.
I don't shop there at all. Everything I get from DAZ is through the DLM, and only the freebies that also work in Poser. I have some version of Studio on my laptop, but I've never opened it.
Ahhh, I still have my DS3A and DS4.0P installed. My DS3A has my largest Runtime, mostly because I'm too lazy to merge it with my P9 Runtime, and then merge THAT into my PP11 Runtime. One of these days, but don't hold your breath. ~LOL~
That Pier is another of Blue Tree Studio's over at Rendo. They just released the Studio version. The Poser version has been out for some time now. They also have a set of the boardwalk area that looks like the pier is connected to -- although they don't tell you that. But you could probably connect them if you wanted to. Their catalog has some very interesting stuff. Most of it originally for Poser, but they are doing Studio versions of some of them.
A lot of their stuff is just the foreground props with a reasonably good background flat that could probably be used in a different scene.
Yes, I've noticed a number of Blue Tree's products are nice. I don't own any of them, but that doesn't mean I don't like them.
Yes, this was the DS version. Blue Tree Studio seems to be trying to do stuff for both programs.
Well, I finally finished fiddling with the UV map I created, and then finally textured it, though I'm going to try some more textures, annnnnd, I plan on trying it out on Dawn and LaFemme as well. That's the beauty of dynamic cloth, especially if it isn't very form fitting, which this Romper is.
The character is addy's Caroline for V4 at DAZ, which I've had for years, but haven't played with in a long time. The hair is SWAM's Pyrit Hair, another oldie but goodie from DAZ. The shoes are Silver and WildDesigns Wedgies at Renderosity, though I changed the color of the leather top to "sort of" match the outfit.
I like it. And I like what you've done with the romper. I saw a romper at rendo that looked exactly like this one, and now I am a little suspicious. I should have downloaded it so I could compare the mesh...
not only do we not know what twinkies are but I'm too scared to even google what a ding dong and ho ho is
The one you saw at Renderosity was a freebie? Maybe it's by the same person. I've seen some folks upload freebies in more than one location.
Edited to Add: OK, I just did a quick search at Renderosity's Freebies, and there's a very, verrrrry similar romper in white lace for G8F, but it's only a texture set for a romper at DAZ, so if this is a stolen mesh, I won't be doing any more renders with it, that's for sure.
Edited to Add More: I checked it out at DAZ, and from the front it looks the same, except in lounge wear fabrics, but the back is totally open, so the mesh is "close" but not exact. Still not liking how similar it is.
I don't recall what ho ho's look like, but ding dong's are just little round chocolate cakes with cream filling and chocolate icing.
Here's a photo at Wikipedia --> Hostess Ding Dongs
Nothing at all scary about a Ho Ho or or Ding Dong. They are creme filled chocolate cakes.
Ho Hos look like something we call chocolate Swiss roll in the UK, in this case the individual version. There is a larger version that you slice and also one without the chocolate coating, the larger one with chocolate coating and a dusting of icing sugar with some plastic holly leaf, or similar, is sold at Christmas as a Christmas log. We have cup cakes of course but I don't think we have a comparable product to the other two.
If you watched Pixar's Wall-E, you saw twinkies. They're notorious for being loaded with preservatives.
Ohhhhh, NOW I remember what Ho Hos look like. I've had them too, though Ding Dongs were my favorite.
do they taste different Miss B? Because besides the shape they look the same (even the cupcake looks the same except for the bit of white icing on top)
I love twinkies (well at least I did as a child, haven't had one in a long time)