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Tigress Tf

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Published: February 13, 2018
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Testing teeth and muzzle morphs.
Playing with lighting to minimize noise.
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My 1st wife after overdoing things the night before...Oh Noes! 
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You and liminal bean are my favs, the detail is incredible u 2 put towards your work...keep it up!!!
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Ooo, nice! the nose and mouth look perfect!
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Hulksmash31Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cool looks like she's got slight stripes on her face
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Yes. I used a very slight tiger pattern on her face. I have other versions with darker stripes, but the test is really for the teeth and muzzle morphs.
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Hulksmash31Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cool was wondering what you use for your work this looks way advanced for Daz studio
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Nope, just Daz Studio. I use Blender for custom morphs and GIMP for textures. I'm switching to Blender to do renders (with fur and motion blur). These are really test images to match shaders and lighting.
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Hulksmash31Hobbyist Digital Artist
Really this is daz studio it looks way different
I have Daz still learnings the basics
Blender I don't have and I've been watching tutorial vids on it on YouTube and heard from many pros here blender would be too advanced for someone like me I do have Gimp but I mainly use Photoshop for transformation related 3d art an I've done some great stuff
I wanna do some transformation stuff using Daz your were creatures are spectacular I wanna try a hand at doing this but with equine transformation mainly donkeys an horses
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Just keep working on it.
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Hulksmash31Hobbyist Digital Artist
Any tips for a newbie
Cause what I normally do with tf related 3d stuff I do the person by her self in the pose and camera angle then I I do the same with the animal and in Photoshop I take the animal an person appart placing the parts transforming into the right places an blend them together
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That sounds great. Keep on improving your technique until it looks the way you want. Don't be afraid to rework a piece until you are happy with it. No one else will know. Do some drawing and anatomy study as well.
That's my advice, for whatever free advice is worth.

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