Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
Fabulous Ken. I'm really looking forward to these.
In my iray "Bee" image, I simply used the bees and Hummingbird Garden Flowers (The update should show up when the bee sets are released). Under Iray Render Settings I click the Matte Fog switch and that was my background. I'd image you could do the same in Poser by just throwing a couple plants in the background, Depth of Field and a low F-stop.Thought to oneself - must look for suitable background images for these bees
Thanks Ken, will make a note of this.For those using Superfly with the bees, in some cases you might see artifacts in close-up shots. This is cause by a quirk in the Superfly engine that doesn't like overlaying transparency planes. The easiest work-around to this is to go into the bee models Creation Controls/Hair Controls and turn Hide Abdomen/Hide Thorax hairs to "1".
Yes, all my Nature's Wonders "... of the World" sets are base model set dependent.do you need the honey bee base to use the other stripey things?
goodo... it wasn't clear on the product page that the base is a required product.. or at least I didn't see any clear reference that it was needed..Yes, all my Nature's Wonders "... of the World" sets are base model set dependent.
I will have out additional "Swarms and Nests" set in the next few weeks. That features 7 different bee, wasp and yellow jacket group formations (similiar to my "Flock Formations" sets) as well as nest props. Since each formation is a stand-alone prop, the base model isn't required on that set.
Same here... that’s why I asked as it wasn’t clear..Hmmm, I see it now has a separate line stating it, but when I was looking at it this afternoon, the following was the first line in the description:
"This volume is an add-on for the Nature's Wonders Bee Base set."
I thought that was specific enough, but at least now Alisa added the "Requires Nature's Wonders Bee" line above, with a live link to the Bee Base.