The first two comments to the story circled around the questions “why” and “what”, this time it’s about “how”. Let’s start with the technical parts.
Instead of conventional (including digital) drawing (which is simply beyond my skill :D) this story is done with a suite of software products. Everything is created in 3D with a software called Daz3D Studio: https://www.daz3d.com/, which can be downloaded free on their site. It is used to set up the stages and characters. Below you will find a small reference to the used assets. Converting the models into an actual picture is done using a raytracin
For many Americans (citizens of the United States) the Civil War is quite present.
It is present in the authority of the Federal Government over the States, it is present at every presidential election, it was present in the attention the presidency of Barrack Obama received, and it is present in the dilemma concerning the integration of the African Americans (a most telling term, but more on that later). Not to mention the matter of the peculiar institution, slavery itself. But that is a grim topic far beyond the war.
It is present in the Civil Rights movements from the 1960s to now, it’s present in immigration issues, not to mention
Murderin' Angels: The Chief /1 Commentary
To spare most of you the bother with my endless walls of text, I decided to put them apart from the pictures themselves. But in case you like to discuss the topic, setting or history, I invite everyone to do it here, whereas the picture comments probably will be more oriented towards the technical or artsy and design aspects.
Murderin‘ Angel is a quote out of Michael Sahara’s novel The Killer Angels about the Battle of Gettysburg, a retort of Chamberlains father to Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
Then there is the quote ‘War never changes’ from the Fallout franchise.
~ttaasst (https://www.deviantart.com/ttaasst) Happy Valentine's Day :iconttaasst:
iation (https://www.deviantart.com/iation) This group focuses on encouraging artists
This feature, as usual contains a small selection of the amazing artworks I receive as submissions from our very talented members, which I am sure everyone will enjoy and be inspired by. Our membership is still steadily growing and at the time of submitting this journal is now 9,170 and our galleries as I always write, contain even more inspirational artworks, which are well worth viewing as well as adding to your :+fav:.
:pc: About our group
The primary focus of this group continues to be digital painting and digital drawing, wh
This time I checked my library for some of my preferred clothing sets. (As an afterthough... some of those sets are on a pretty hefty sale at the time of this posting)
These are sets that I do like to use again. That do fit well without much fuzzing, having useful morphs and/or dForce adaptions that will not explode on me in anything other than a T-pose. They should be inconspicuous and not overdone, so they mix well with other pieces. Good range of included textures or props and ease of retexture is a bonus.
Of course I don’t complain if they actually look good, too. But that’s a matter of taste, too.
I did NOT include armour
Sorry for the delay...
Despite my best efforts, my notification and watches list is winning the fight against real life time allowances again *sigh*... I feel a bit bad not to react to some of my watches or faves and comments in any decent amount of ...