Discussion in 'Show Me The Honey' started by Ken Gilliland, Dec 22, 2015.
due to my excellent eye to detail I can definitely rule out an emu!
I would agree with you Stezza. It doesn't look like an emu to me either.
It's not an emu... sorry
Yes, Master Po? What you seek may be found elsewhere...
(but I do really really want a peacock!)
The Peacock is a Songbird ReMix (not a Nature's Wonders) project which has been shelved (temporarily). It, and my Sage Grouse/Prairie Chicken models will probably be the 2019 Audubon Birthday Sale headliners. Both projects were shelved because I felt I needed to get some of the SBRM library updates done first.
On SBRM updates, I'm finishing up the two Toucan volumes. Those updates take a lot of work-- every bird has to be converted to all the morphs being located in the BODY section in CR2 format and every pose rewritten as well. Also, with the better fitting hips morph, every map needs seam corrections. And of course, there's the new DAZ Studio version, Iray and Superfly materials to create as well as adding translucency to the wing and tail feathers. That's a lot to update.
I won't comment on the sneak peeks... but am glad they are generating some chatter (as they're supposed to).
Okay, okay... maybe I'll comment a little....
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= a caterpillar?
Its either more moths, (or maybe butterflys), or some thing in the lizard line
Hmmmmm, a caterpillar? Might be a nice addition, but I don't see it from those two tiny "previews" you've teased us with Ken.
well I did think it could have been something similar to these...
Hmmmmmm . . . .
Dinner for a number of birdies.
Definitely a snake - eye and body pattern.
@Rae134... a Cool looking caterpillar. They are on my to-do list (the cool looking ones and the scary ones), as well as worm model (because my birds would love that)
I take it back. Image 2 is segmented, so I guess the other guesses are correct. A caterpillar can certainly mimic a snake (see below).
wow... that's a looking looking caterpillar!
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