Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Using Daz Studio again to re-create one of my fave sexy super-heroines, the Sensational She-Hulk
For boring notes:
To get her green skin I modified a 'natural' skin to green, but in Daz its harder to substitute the skins than in Poser, so for some reason it made her teeth transparent, of all things! 0_0
So, until I can fix that you won't see her smiling wide anytime soon
I also used a 'Celebrity Face Morph', meant to look like Linda Hamilton, but without the natural skin she doesn't look much like her, to me anyway, so I'll probably be changing her face for future images.
Finally, I used a new 'super muscular morph' I have to make her a bit more buff than I usually do (not to the standards of a true Big Muscle Fetishist, but bigger than I usually go for).
I will be using Daz Studio more and more in the time to come, if for no other reason than to justify all the money I've been spending to get stuff for the program lately
Friday, September 16, 2016
As I mentioned in my last post, I'm starting to use Daz Studio more and more lately. I decided to put together a Genesis 3 Female version of Maleficent using Daz.
One of the things I do when putting together a new image is to google other images of a character, to give me an idea of what to do. During the google search, I came across this image by DA member Asih87, featuring a male version of Maleficent (or "Male-ificent" ): Maleficent (GenderBend)
I actually saw someone at a DragonCon cosplay as a Male Maleficent, just not as 'bishonen' as her image : DragonCon Male-ificent
So I decided to go ahead and try my gender-bender version before going ahead with the G3F version for Daz studio, and this is what I came up with.
The Alternate version was just one where I didn't have enough lights in the scene.
In something that is unusual for me, the female is technically not nude (due to some deft positioning of the wings), nor does she have Huge Bewbs (can't promise that for my soon to come new Maleficient, though ).
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
With this image, I'm using the program Daz Studio, which is essentially a 'free' version of Poser: www.daz3d.com/get_studio
I've been using Poser all this time mostly because it is more 'user friendly' than Daz (to me, anyway). As I have said before, though, it can be quite expensive (I use Version 9, while Version 11 cost $200 )
However, lately there seems to be fewer stuff available for poser, and the last male/female figure made for use with Just poser was the Generation 4 figures. Generation 5 and up are only useable with Daz (can be used with Poser 10+ with some add ons).
I started using Daz recently thanks to some morphs Genesis figure made by DarioFish, to help recreate races from the game Mass Effect.
This is one of the first times a render with Daz has come out with shadows and reflections (I believe you have to have specific lights for use with Daz, which is why my earlier renders with that program didn't come out as well).
I'll probably be using it more and more in the time to come, since I've been picking up a good bit of stuff to use with Daz (and the Genesis 3 Female), but I'll probably always go back to Poser just because I have SO MUCH stuff for it and Vicky 4