Thank you very much to Denis1704 for the large gift of points! It helped me to get my Core subscription back, and once I finish a few things, I'll try to figure out what it allows Eclipse users to do. I'm just now starting to get the hang of that interface, heh.
I'm currently sorting my content, mostly reinstalling DAZ files that are no longer working for some reason and removing thousands and frickin' thousands of 3Delight texture presets that I'll never use. It's amazing what you'll find when you start going through all this stuff, I'm finding texture sets I didn't know I owned and even a V4 clothing converter that I do
note: will be updated as I write more backstory nonsense and come up with names for recurring flaemes.
Fae are spirits of nature, and live among trees, plants, and flowers. They appear as small glowing orbs roughly the size of a large dandelion puff, and are 'positive' spirits, while their underworld counterparts known as "flaemes" are 'negative' spirits.
Humans and fae benefit each other; humans planting and protecting trees and other flora give fae a safe place to live away from predators (including other humans), and in return, fae magic prevents demons and underworld creatures from intruding into human communities. M
Thank you very much for your work! I'm learning DAZ and your video tutorial on the Puppeteer tool was concise and exactly what I needed to help me figure out my problem. Oh and I love the pudginess on your Succubus, very sensual!
Ah, I'm glad that could be helpful! I'm trying to make new video tutorials, but I had so much trouble trying to edit them without any good video editing software. I will try to make a short one fairly soon. Haha thanks, many people seem to like that I make them a little more curvy than usual. I originally did it because thin 3D figures look kinda boring and artificial, but I like the look myself now.
You can use photoshop to edit them, or is it the capture that is an issue. I would tend to agree, if they start thin at least they don't stay that way for long haha. I would love to see your take on something like that.
I don't really have any good video editing software and don't really want to learn one just for this. I'll find some way though. Hm, do you mean you want to see the demons start thin and get fat? There's a LOT of art for that sort of thing already on dA, haha.