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Satira Capriccio Products at HiveWire 3D

Satira Capriccio

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Sweete Flyte for Dawn
Compatible with Poser

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Who wouldn’t want to be able to fly? Magical umbrellas may exist only in children’s tales, but with Sweete Flyte for Dawn, Dawn can fly!

Sweete Flyte includes 12 poses for Dawn, a pose to reset Dawn to the default pose, an open Umbrella prop (parented to Dawn or parented to Brythe), and poses to reset the Umbrella for a Top Hold or Side Hold as well as a separate hand pose to reset the hand in a Grip pose.

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NapalmArsenal

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Adorable character !! I really like the Dawn/Sora combo!! and lots of nail and make up options!!

Now I think I need to watch Mary Poppins again.......!! =)
 

Satira Capriccio

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Thanks Alisa and Napalm! I enjoyed creating Brythe.

Though, I'm rather envious that she can float through the air, and I can't!
 

Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
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OK folks, here's an Artistic Render I did while beta testing these wonderful sets, and just as a note for those who are using P11/PP11 and like rendering in SuperFly, I rendered this scene with SuperFly, but because Satira didn't create SuperFly specific textures, I didn't place the SuperFly render logo I usually use on my renders so no one would be confused. I did, however, want you folks to know you're going to like how nice Satira's textures render in SuperFly if that's your preference.

Sooooo, without further adieu, here's Brythe In Flyte.

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Sunfire

One Busy Little Bee
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MissB how did you get Brythe to render in Superfly without going black?
 

Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
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Hey Tana, I always use Snarly's EZSkin 3. You need it for every character you want to render in SuperFly.

You can get it here on his site --> EZSkin3

He has a tutorial in PDF format included, IIRC. ;)
 

Sunfire

One Busy Little Bee
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Contributing Artist
Hey Tana, I always use Snarly's EZSkin 3. You need it for every character you want to render in SuperFly.

You can get it here on his site --> EZSkin3

He has a tutorial in PDF format included, IIRC. ;)
Thank you. I think I have it, but I'll get it again to make sure it's the most up to date.
 

LisaB

HW3D Vice President & Queen Bee
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Beautifully done, Satira! I just love your style! Sweete indeed!
 

Pendraia

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Getting there...still feeling crap so as per doctors instructions I've started to take the antibiotics yesterday. Getting better so trying to catch up.
 

Satira Capriccio

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I just finished a round of antibiotics for cellulitis. At least the ones he prescribed me this time and last don't upset my stomach too much. When they do, eating something immediately helps a lot. Now, the antibiotics the dentist prescribed after the root canal just about killed me! Or at least, it sure felt like it. Only time I've ever stopped taking antibiotics midway. But I had an appointment with my doctor the end of the week, so knew I could get a better for me antibiotic from him.
 

Pendraia

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Sorry to hear that the antibiotics mucked you around. My biggest problem with taking tablets is remembering too...the one's I have been prescribed last for 25 days normally they only prescribe for 2 weeks. The doctor was funny though as I'd been sick two weeks before and gone and seen her. When I started arcing up about taking days off she said, 'you don't change' and told me I needed those day...
 

Pendraia

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lol...I've been known to ignore alarms if I'm reading or focused on something I'm really into. I keep meaning to buy a new pill box. I gave my old one to my son as I wasn't using it.
 

Satira Capriccio

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I've ignored alarms a time or two. But, I tend to "obey" them more than disobey. But, I do have to make sure that the meds are close at hand when the alarm goes off! If they are in the kitchen, I tend to put off taking them. So, this time around, I have them by the computer. That way, I have no excuse not to take them when it's time!
 
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