Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
I love the elements of realism mixed with with the toonish styling. It's very unique and enjoyable. I looked at EZDome for about 0.4 seconds and couldn't figure it out so next time will look at it longer. I would love to see shadow catcher and micropoly displacement in superfly.This is Dawn + Sora + CatsEyes + my Stylized body + Tenacity outfit, rendered in Poser with Superfly. I didn't know this, but EZDome can be made invisible in renders, so I can add my own backdrops. Now I can [almost] do everything I do in Octane HDRI rendering in Superfly, except for shadow catcher. ^^
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Wow, that's a lot of pretty for one render. Pretty sky, pretty trees, pretty flowers, pretty Easter Island head thingy, not to mention the pretty girl. That is a great character design for Dawn.Playing around with Zan and Taji mats and Sora.
Little Surfer Girl - Waiting on the Next Set
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Products Used: Sora for Dawn, CWRW Taji dirty mats from Jungle Kids, Easter Island Totem, Ron Deviney waves brushes, Lisa's Botanicals palm trees,Lisa's Botanicals Asiatic Lily, Jungle Heat for Lisa's Botanicals Asiatic Lily, Dusk's Loin Cloth re-textured to match Dawn's Bikni top textures, Hot Chili Hair, BG image from Creative Market
Island Girl - Finding the Perfect Shell
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You're welcome. The provided props with Poser 11 never really worked for me with HDRI. I got some good results with HDRI using the cycles environmental node attached to the background node after I removed the construct, but there are some strange limitations on the image file size that are wonky. I agree EZDome is much easier to use. I got a much better render than I have ever done the first time I used it (yesterday). The inner layer is for making adjustments to the image you see in the background, and the outer layer is to for making adjustments to the light provided by the dome. So if you had a cityscape HDRI image as the background and you wanted to make it Matrix like. You could add a little green to the inner layer to make the city have that slight green tint and little green to the outer layer so the lights will match the picture. The sun can also be adjusted individually in the exposure tab. I've been scared to mess with the exposure tab thus far, but like a caveman seeing fire for the first time I will come around eventually. I owe you guys a big thanks because if I didn't see all the awesome renders done here with EZDome I wouldn't have tried it.@Me195 Thanks! I have tried HDRI rendering with Superfly using the provided Poser 11 props, but EZDome has automated the controls and provides a library of HDRI images to play with. I still haven't figured out the inner and outer layers, like what are they for. But everything else makes sense and is easy to use. ^__^
Thanks a nice image and I think I know the one you sort of drew from.Ah, yes, Mucha. One of my favorites, as well. Great graphics sense. I did one one my early Publication projects in Art Nouveau style, with the source materials heavily drawn from Mucha's designs (from Dover source books mostly.) a few other artists as well, but mostly Mucha. It was some years before I wandered into the Poserverse. So everything is Photoshop.
Red Hen Publications — Publications: The Prefext’s Portrait