Places to be…

Places to be...

Yet another bike courier 😉 What? The bike was free… lol

The bike was fairly low-res, so it looked weird with the super-detailed rider. Enter a bit of photoshop tweaking to blend it a little…and I’m liking my grim-faced bikerider!

#digitalart #fantasyart #cyberpunk

Courier, bike and background, mine. I also meddled in Photoshop 🙂

Kim Knox Books

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The Courier

The Courier

All mine, no Despositphotos or DesignCuts backgrounds, whee!

I wish I could use Bryce 7 to generate backgrounds, but that software doesn’t work with my version of Mac, which is a complete pita. *sigh* So there will be more stockphotos in my future renders if the environments I do have don’t fit.

But Urban Future 5 works for all of my Cyberpunk/BladeRunner-y needs *grin*

#digitalart #fantasyart #cyberpunk

The Courier, her bike and the background, mine 🙂

Kim Knox Books

A contender…

xalien

I’ve had my eye on this background for so long, I’m happy to have a chance to use it! 🙂 I think this could also be a new contender for my phone wallpaper. I have Grumpy Blue at the minute.

Also, pfft to dForce! I really have to get a handle on how simulation works, but it was a nightmare for this image, so it was me and the little sliding dials.

There might be more images of this alien woman. Just saying…

#digitalartt #daz3d #fantasyart

Background, Depositphotos. Flying alien woman, mine 🙂

Kim Knox Books

Steampunk Time Pirate…ftw

Steampunk Time Pirate

Back again…and this time with a mashup.

I’m sure I’ll come back to this as the Steampunk Timeship is so intricate and lovely. I have about three renders with it already, but they didn’t feel…right. Mainly as I was trying to stuff as much of the ship into the composition as possible and it was bleugh!

#digitalart #fantasyart

Clouds, Depositphotos. Steampunk Time Pirate and her TimeShip, mine 🙂

Begin the New Year with…oddness

Insect QueenA woman and her dragon

The first image is the danger of weirdness going very, very cheap in the Daz3d shop. She was also a bit of a mare to light and add background…and render. I only had one polygon explosion, though.

Where as the woman with her dragon was a right pain. That dress? Seems simple enough? I was on the third polygon explosion before I dialled back to the bare minimum in the cloth simulation. DForce is…annoying at times.

As ever, bokehs are from a bundle from DesignCuts (I’ve yet to find something I like in Daz). The rendered figures are mine.