Show Us Your Dawn Renders!

Discussion in 'It's About the Art!' started by HiveWire3D, Nov 28, 2015.

  1. Ken1171

    Ken1171 Distinguished Contributing Artist

    @sanbie: Thank you! I suspect we can't sell morphs created from combinations of other morphs, right? To sell, we must create the shape ourselves. ^^

    @Pendraia: Thanks Pen! Dawn has a lot of potential. :)

    @Alisa: Thank you! Any news from Lyrra? Please email me if there is an update. ^^
     
  2. Lorraine

    Lorraine The Wicked Witch of the North CV-BEE

    I think we can if they are HW shaping morphs, but I would imagine not otherwise.
     
  3. Ken1171

    Ken1171 Distinguished Contributing Artist

    Indeed, I have used 3rd party morphs as well. :)
     
  4. Hornet3d

    Hornet3d Distinguished


    I'd buy the character as well, she is so delightful. That said I understand the limitation but at least you have the personal use of such a lovely creature.
     
  5. jonrea

    jonrea Eager Contributing Artist

    Great stuff peeps, here is a quick one I was messing around with atmospherics

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    Cheers

    Jon
     
  6. Ken1171

    Ken1171 Distinguished Contributing Artist

    @Hornet3d: Thank you! I have used a similar face on my ~China Blaze~ outfit promo images. ^^

    @jonrea: Great job! Is this a Poser render? Poser has this "hidden" checkbox that enables atmospheric haze that very few actually use or even know about. :D
     
  7. jonrea

    jonrea Eager Contributing Artist

    Ken, yes I occasionally mess around with the Poser atmospherics to varying degrees of success :) DepthCue can be very useful sometimes too.

    Cheers

    Jon
     
  8. Ken1171

    Ken1171 Distinguished Contributing Artist

    @jonrea: Indeed, Poser atmospherics is great to add depth to larger scenes, giving it a sense of scale. ^^
     
  9. Miss B

    Miss B Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time CV-BEE

    I just recently read about the atmospherics in Poser. I've always used it in Bryce, but never would've known it existed in Poser.

    Nice render Jon. ;)
     
  10. Hornet3d

    Hornet3d Distinguished

    Wow, I like that.

    I am still playing with dynamic clothing when I have the time and I am in the right frame of mind to learn.

    This is my latest attempt using Lully's Neck Tie Dress.


    Dancing j.jpg
     
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  11. Miss B

    Miss B Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time CV-BEE

    Nice Hornet. The deep red of her dress really stands out nicely against the marble of the floor, and the light grey color of he bricks on the walls and columns.
     
  12. sanbie

    sanbie Noteworthy Contributing Artist

    I did not know that...You can with V4 I am sure...
     
  13. jonrea

    jonrea Eager Contributing Artist

    Lovely Hornet :)
     
  14. Ken1171

    Ken1171 Distinguished Contributing Artist

    I think this might be a general rule, no matter what figure is involved. But I could be wrong - I am *assuming* we cannot sell if we didn't create the shape ourselves. I assume the same for modeling new outfits - I don't use any parts of Dawn or Dusk to create them. I model everything from scratch. It would be easier to just copy parts of the figures, since they are already in the correct shape, but I think that is not allowed with any figure.
     
  15. Miss B

    Miss B Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time CV-BEE

    I believe you're correct Ken, unless something is a Merchant Resource, which you CAN use to create your own products for sale.

    That said, I have seen V4 character packs that "require" you have her morphs++ pack to get the desired results. Perhaps that's what Sanbie is referring to, but I don't believe the morphs from that pack can be included in the new character's morph pack. You just need to have that pack installed for them to work as intended.
     
  16. Alisa

    Alisa HW3D QAV Queen Bee Staff Member QAV-BEE

    Nice image Hornet :)

    As for character morphs - As Miss B is saying, you can not include 3rd party morphs unless they are a MR (and then, of course, you must follow whatever the instructions of the MR are. If your character uses 3rd party morphs that are not part of an MR, that pack MUST be required to have your product work correctly. The customer would have to own them.
     
  17. Ken1171

    Ken1171 Distinguished Contributing Artist

    Oh yes, I remember seeing some V4 "character morphs" that were actually presets over morphs++. That seems to be allowed, since it pushes sales from other vendor's products as well, but since this face has mixed morphs from several other vendors, requiring all of them would be rather impractical. I have also hacked the 3DU Willow CR2 to extract only the head part, so as a preset, this would only work with my runtime.
     
  18. Hornet3d

    Hornet3d Distinguished

    Thanks for the comments, I am still playing with this one and got a much better flow to the dress by extending the number of frames after the pose frame. This appears to allow the dress to settle once the pose has been set.

    Dance 2j.jpg
     
  19. Ken1171

    Ken1171 Distinguished Contributing Artist

    @Hornet3d: Indeed, it usually helps to use extra frames to let the cloth settle after reaching the final pose. I tend let it settle for at least 30-60 frames after the final pose, depending on the outfit. It also helps to put the hips in the initial pose in the same rotation and translation as in the final, which helps reducing the time it takes to settle in the end. ^^
     
  20. Miss B

    Miss B Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time CV-BEE

    Oh yes Hornet! The skirt is flowing much nicer now. ;)
     

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