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Anime Experiment 3 by odhinnsrunes Anime Experiment 3 by odhinnsrunes
Third and final in the Anime Experiment Series. Any more will no longer be experiments. I think its back to photoreal or photo's for a while... or something else. Whatever. This one has about $6 worth of stuff from DAZ. (Very discounted (platinum club + vouchers) Aiko 3 Complete and S3 Morphing Clothes.)
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PureMagic Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004   Writer
Very nice, I like it.
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004   General Artist
Thanks, I figured it was worth a try since DAZ gave the model away, and it was nice to do something different.
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Nevare Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004
Which version of Poser do you have??
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004   General Artist
I use Poser 5, but not for this picture. This was made with DAZ Studio, PoseRay, POVRay and the Gimp. This one used some non free objects (the boots and Aiko Complete instead of Aiko Base) but everything else was free. The last 2 in the series were completely free.
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Nevare Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004
OK, it's just that using four different programs for one picture seems... a bit excessive to me. Me being lazy, I guess.

If I do anime-styled pics, then I use a shader I found on renderosity in the free stuff area.
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004   General Artist
Yeah, it wasn't the simplest method, but it was the tools I had. It was more of a test than anything. PoseRay controls POVRay which is a very powerful renderer and open obj files from Poser or DAZ Studio. It did all of the work except the posing and the outlining. The Gimp did the outlines and DAZ Studio did the Posing and Scene work. The main reason for doing it this way, other than the fact that PoseRay and POVRay give me a superior renderer, is that all of the tools used in the experiments were free and do not require Poser.
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Nevare Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004
Use the way you most prefer, I suppose ^^ As for me, I'm still trying to get to grips with POVRay myself. Have you seen their competition for this year? Wow, that grand prize... :drool:
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004   General Artist
No kidding. Absolutley stunning stuff.
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Nevare Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004
I spent the whole of an IT lesson just sitting at my computer drooling over that Grand Prize... I was just.... woooow...........

I want it!! But there's no way I could ever win... I only just know how to open the program!!
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004   General Artist
POVRay is no good without the proper modelling/scene building software (or a great deal of time to manually code the scene) Check out PoseRay. It makes a good link between Poser/DAZ Studio and POVRay and it configures and runs POVRay its self so you don't need to know anything about it.
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