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This is an unmodified render (except for the watermark) directly from DAZ|Studio.

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Dawnie2008 Featured By Owner May 12, 2011
Like both but have to go with less is more .....
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner May 12, 2011   General Artist
Thanks!
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NeilV Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
very nice render
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2011   General Artist
Thank you!
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KadiusDar Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think this is probably my favorite out of your renders I've seen so far! Personal character or was she packaged?
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2011   General Artist
Thanks!

I'm trying to remember, but I think she is a bit of both. If I'm not mistaken, she is mostly Angel for v4 (I think it is from the Angel Assassin bundle) with a few modifications.
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KadiusDar Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, she's definitely cute!
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2011   General Artist
:thanks:
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Angelis1911 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Great work James.Loved the topless one best but this one rocks also.Good realism too.The top lip needs to be a little tiny bit thinner and the line coming down from the left side of her nose needs to be either gone or a lot less defined.Other than that,perfect.The body and clothes turned out flawless too.Ttys bro.
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2010   General Artist
Thanks. I liked the topless one better too, but I got a request for a more PG version.

Thanks for the suggestions! I'll keep them in mind on my next render.
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Angelis1911 Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
James,I have been going through a bunch of the CG here on deviant and also on renderosity.com as well,and I have developed a great love of CG.What I enjoy,also love,is the stunningly real feel to a lot of it.The more real they seem or are,the better.I have been enjoying CG as well as line art and paintings for years now.My favorite is fantasy art.The more they are like real people or photos,the better I like it.I wanted to offer my opinion(s) as to what I saw so if it could help you,or anyone who does CG,then it would be an honor to help someone create something beautiful or wonderful.If you desire any critiques,you have but to ask.

This piece was great but the nude was so much better.If you do more pieces similar to this one,ever thought about the subject being barefoot or coming out of a wet suit or perhaps a business suit?Just a thought.Ttys my friend.:)
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2010   General Artist
I appreciate any constructive comments I can get. As the artist, I see my work differently than other people being so wrapped up in it. It can make me miss some details. Comments like these are the best way I can see for me to improve my work.

I like the idea of the wetsuit, etc. I may give it a try sometime.

Thank you again.
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Angelis1911 Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No problem,glad to help James.The main thing I see wrong with a lot of the CG art that's out there has been the shape of lips,thighs,and buttocks on women.Seems like some seem too much left up to the computer and not enough of it left up to the actual artists.The edges seem like they're too edgy or have that "block" look to them.Also they should be more real or believable.the same also applies to thighs.Both should be more patterned after the real thing.The lips I imagine are very hard to do to get them in ergonomic shapes.With line drawing or paintings,it's so much easier to shape anything,with computers I imagine it's a lot harder to get things more real looking.Realism in CG must be terribly hard to achieve at times or with certain characters.Depending on what effect you want.

James I have dabbled in line drawings for years,since high school in fact.I have several books on Boris,Julie,and Olivia.Even one or two with art from different artists in it.I have seen tons of art on the web also.I have currently well over 9,000 pics in my pic file on my computer of art.To say I like it would truly be an understatement,LOL.I have always had a VERY creative mind whenever it comes to art.Should you need an outside perspective on an idea or desire some creative help on any projects,you have but to ask me and I will gladly help.You have the talent to use computers to make art where I don't.I would welcome the chance to work with someone to make CG art on a consulting basis with helping with the idea or concept end.If this would be something you'd like to consider doing someday,I can exchange real e-mail addresses with you or any other contact method you'd like to collaborate with you on some pieces or projects.Something to think on for now.Don't say no but don't say yes,just think on it for a while.

I wished I had a fool proof way of getting some of my sketches on here but right now I don't.So take my friend and I will ttys.:-)
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2010   General Artist
Ye there are a lot of things that the artist still can't control without very expensive or complicated extra software to "remodel the model" so to speak. Unfortunately, I'm left to just being able to set certain aspects. Sometimes the poses don't come out naturally, and it has mainly to do with muscle and bone dynamics which are just loosely approximated.

Another part of it is limited time. I try to make things as real as possible, but 3D isn't my main occupation, so I have to do it in whatever time I can find. Sometimes I have to just stop working on something and post it or it will never get done. :)

I'll consider your offer, and will definitely consider your comments in my next work.

Talk to you soon.
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Angelis1911 Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks James.I knew it would be tons more difficult with CG than traditional art.Realism in CG had to be way more harder to accomplish in the details.Would photoshop help any?I have seen it used but rarely done in the CG I've seen.Was just curious about that is all.

I would be truly honored if the day came we could work together on something.Like I said before,it will be your decision if you wanted to.I'd love to get into CG but I lack the talent,time,and finances to do it.I'd definitely would need a better PC to do it than the one I have.That alone would kill me financially.So I would need to put it on the back burner so to speak for now.

Have a great day my friend and take care.:)
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odhinnsrunes Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2010   General Artist
Yes, Photoshop can help, but I'm unfortunately lacking in PS Skills to repaint what is wrong in 3D. :( Even though I have a small tablet.

I've never worked with any one before, as this is just a hobby for me that I do in the small spaces of time where my real life allows. However, If you have an idea you would like to see tried, I could give it a go. You could look at the work in progress and tell me what should be tweaked before the final release.

Unfortunately, I'm a bit swamped right now with other things, and won't have much time for art in the next couple of weeks.

It might be an interesting challenge though.

Talk to you soon.
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