A bit more of an illustrative look than I wanted, but I like the composition and colours. Also, hooves ftw! 😀
Simply a fun one today. I do like masking the figure and then feathering that mask to blend into the background.
This would probably benefit from a crop too. But that’s something for later 🙂
Fun with Daz Studio, Photoshop and Filter Forge 9
I should be writing, shouldn’t I? 😉
Doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun?
Looks back at the past year. Yep. No…
Anyway, feeling a bit cruddy–though I don’t think it’s…IT–and thought I’d start posting my daz/photoshop images again.
I think since I last posted I’ve improved my use of light. And there’s always the fun of photoshop.
Genesis 3 from Daz is proving more to my liking that the current version 8. So strange. I think it helps that I also have NGA2 as skin textures become so much better.
I’m happy with this one! 🙂
Now to some writing… Oops?
It’s been an age since I posted here… Bad me!
I’m getting a bit more ambitious in my scenes.
This took 11 hours–or more–to bake and turned out quite well, with only a minimal bit of post work in Photoshop.
I was sorting through Daz content that I hadn’t used…and this happened.
I do love to play it retro 🙂
I’ve also working on a mixture of stuff for post working. I was layering in light , rendering each individual light source, but that, whilst giving great control, makes for so many laborious renders and huge Photoshop files.
Then I stumbled over canvases, where you have layers generated within the Daz render. They are also huge files and I trash them after I’ve used them in an image. My harddrive is struggling as it is! I’m finding using canvases very hit and miss. What will work like a dream for one image is a hot mess for another.
This image has one, maybe two canvases at a low opacity. Mostly this is good old dodge and burn.
Onwards to finding a system and a style that works for me!
#digitalart #retroart #scifiart