So here it is at the end of 2013. I haven't posted anything since the middle of 2011 and it's been even longer since I posted any artwork. What happened? Life.
I won't state everything that has happened to me since that time, as that would increase the length of this post tenfold. And I already have a bad habit of writing several paragraphs whenever I post something. Instead, I'll just explain what's going on right now and what I plan to do for the future.
Currently, I'm in the process of catching things up on dA. I've spent the better part of 2013 just catching up on all of the artwork that the people I follow have been posting. I t
Wow, it's really been almost a year since my last post No fanfare, I just want to ask the 3D community a question: Is Daz Studio 4 worth getting?
For those of us who like to create 3D scenes and, in particular, scenes with attractive women as the focus, there's always been three main options: Poser, DAZ Studio, and Everything Else. The latter consists of the big, expensive software packages like 3DS Max, Maya, Lightwave, C4D, etc. Since those packages are more general-purpose, they are usually used by professionals more than hobbyists. The first two are for getting a character set up with a costume, props, set, lighting, and camera
For years now, I've found it somewhat fascinating to see people commemorate a "pageview" milestone on their site by creating a work of art with a "Thanks!" and a number that represents how many times their site has been viewed (as presumably "hits," not "uniques").
It began when my only source of futa and other erotic anime imagery was from Japanese sites. I couldn't read a thing on those sites, but I greatly enjoyed the artwork, so I sort of taught myself how to navigate them. I learned the tricks such as reading the status bar to know if a link was taking me to the artist's gallery, seeing a line of text with "18" in it and clicking the li