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Our cats would get frantic about little things moving about fast. We never had to buy that red light because a fly would do the trick just the same. Or a spider, or a beetle,....just something they could chase over the floor. I tried to capture that in the second hunting pose.
When a pose is very challenging I like to distract myself with something completely else. One 'distraction' are these little Diva's. I started working on them today.
And the new one is going to be a handfull again. Our cats use to trott and trample with their hindlegs against anything they considered prey and they had caught. I am going to try to emulate that as good as possible but it is a hard one though....
I'm using Poser Primitives as reference points for the poses by the way.
Those are some fantastic cat poses. Obviously done by someone who's watched how cats move. Which makes me realize I haven't played with the house cat as much as I've meant to. Maybe that's the thing I should be doing before I dive into learning some new stuff in Blender.
Anyway, what I was trying to say is now that I almost have a full set ready for the Housecat and going to save those in DazStudio there is this little fluffball, kittenfying some poses and creating some esspecially for the little sprout