Female Renders - Confident, Sensual Artistic Nudes; Fantasy & Glamour Images
DeviantArt is the only place I post my images. I do not maintain any other sites or blogs for my work. Also, I am unable to work on any commissions at this time.
- Images with "P9" in title were created in Poser 9 with the built-in FireFly renderer.
- Images with "PP12" in title were created in Poser Pro 2012 with the built-in FireFly renderer.
- The "P9" & "PP12" images are straight from Poser; no post-work. Rarely I need to re-render a small portion of the image ("spot render") to fix an issue. I then use GIMP to composite the fix over the original. This is the only form of editing I ever do. However, most of the time I just render the entire image again.
- I use 3D content purchased mainly from Renderosity, Renderotica, RuntimeDNA and Daz3D.=Favorites and Comments=
Thank you in advance for any images of mine that you add to your Favorites. I really appreciate it! It means a lot though to see that you all enjoy my images!
If you like my images, please feel free to Fav and/or Comment them. It let's me know what type and who to do more images with. If you would like to see more of a certain character, please let me know! Thank you!=Introduction=
Thank you for visiting my profile! I've been interested in creating 3D images for a while now. What sparked my interest was a PC game called The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion. Thanks to the awesome modding community and the game's built-in rendering engine, one can capture some great images.
Alas, after a few hundred Oblivion images, I felt it was time to try something new. I've had my eye on Poser for a while so I finally went ahead and purchased it at the beginning of January 2012. It has been refreshing not having to struggle with a game engine in order to produce images. Though my Poser images may lack the atmosphere of my Oblivion ones; being able to modify nearly every aspect of the character in Poser makes up for it.
My characters and images are purely fantasy. I am not concerned with achieving realism in Poser and I prefer my images look like illustrations rather than photographs.
I am much more interested in the beauty of the shapes. I will often use exaggerated lighting effects to accentuate their curves and skin.All my new images will be done solely in Poser - no third-party software; no postwork.
I still have much to learn about Poser so I have no desire to alter my images once they have rendered. In other words, I'd like to learn how to get the best results in Poser without relying on postwork or other 3D programs. Besides, I have been able to achieve desired results using Poser alone.
I am not an advanced Poser user (started in January 2012) and you will see faults in my images. So keep that in mind if you feel the need to comment on something that looks odd. This is just a little hobby of mine next to playing PC games. So if I don't post an image for a while, I'm probably totally immersed in a PC game.
Enjoy!Credit for the content used in my images goes to their respective authors.
It was brought to my attention that some of my images have appeared on "pay-sites". I have not given permission to anyone (except Affect3D for their blog) to repost my images. Nor have I posted my images anywhere outside of here and TESNexus. I do not seek to earn money off of my images and therefore, I do not sell prints.
All characters depicted are at least 18 human years of age.
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