Nothing fancy, just another look at my take on the character Six, from the show "Tripping the Rift". This was also an experiment with indirect lighting in Poser Pro 2010. The results aren't bad, for poser anyways.
The image is 1920x1080, so if you want it for a wallpaper, just hit the download button.
Nothing fancy, just a walk cycle with my take on Six, a character from the show Tripping the Rift.
I used indirect lighting here in Poser, and as you can see I'm still getting the hang of it, as in some places the shadows are jumping all over the place (like under her hair). I'm not sure it can be fixed. If anyone has any tips on how to smooth out Poser indirect lighting in an animation, I would welcome the advice.
Another look at my take on the Character Six, from the show Tripping the Rift. A "probulator" is a machine mentioned in the show Futurama. I thought the two should meet.
You know the story, Cyber-sex-slave-turned-science-officer shows up for her routine check-up, everyday probulator machine does a 7-D level A probulation, and it's love at first sight. It happens everyday
I guess I wanted to do something like the title screen to Tomb Raider Anniversary, where Lara stands around, moving slightly, while you choose your options or enter the game.
Looking at it now, I think she's moving a little too much, but overall it's not bad I'd say.
Nothing fancy, just an elf standing on some steps.
Here's a big ol' poster sized 2560x4096 image for those who are interested.
I should note that the leg/arm metal thingy was made by Aery Soul. The skin texture and temple set are by Danie and Marforno, and the hair set is by Ali. The figure itself was made with Daz3d's Victoria 4 (with some heavy magnet modifications by myself).