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Fairy Dinner Time by revenger681
Fairy Dinner Time
Aiko 4 meets Aiko 6, and this meeting didn't go so well! lol. Her fairy friends watch helplessly as their friend is caught in a jar! The smaller faerie people are something I found in my Daz Studio 4.7 pro 'Smart Content' list. I have no idea where they came from but I thought i'd try them out. They're actually fully rigged and have a ton of morph options. Pretty cool! The fairy in the jar is Karynna for Aiko 6, with Spriteling for Giselle 6 fairy outfit, she's fluttering around using Fairy Wings For Giselle 6. Aiko's kitty out fit is catgirl for V4/A4.


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I am an amateur 3d artist inspired by digital creations I find all over the net... I'm still learning and tend to post everything on here, from new to old to serve as a reminder of where my work was and where it is now. I am known as "kat" (katsumi1980) on Eveonline. I post things from quick renders with no lights, to final scenes with lighting and correct texturing. My goal on here is to show the real world results you get when using products like Daz Studio, Carrara and Bryce. I stand against using Photoshop and using postwork to "enhance" the results. I believe the practice of using Photoshop to enhance renders is deceitful, just like using it to enhance camera photos. You do not really see what the camera/program can do: instead you're seeing what Photoshop can do. Therefore none of my images use any kind of manipulation outside of the rendering program. What you see is 100% the programs rendering capabilities.
Throughout my little amature life in 3D, I mainly use Poser, Daz 3.x, Carrara and Bryce. Recently I've been studying up on Shaders, and my biggest handicap: Lighting. I plan to release some of my quick renders showing what I've learned and how I've changed the look from my beginning days to now. There's quite a difference shading and lights can do in the virtual world. I've found digital work to be much harder than in the real world. In real life I go out, and snap pictures, they look fine. but in 3d: you need simulated light, and that's where things get comlpex.

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timnaas Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2015
Hello! Thanks for watching!!:happybounce:
timnaas Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2014
thanks for favoring!:squee:
revenger681 Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2015
Np, you have fantastic skills with rendering! Love your work, and I will definitely add you to my watch list :)
timnaas Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2015
ctulthu-agent-7 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2014  Professional Artist
Thank you for the watch!!
revenger681 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014
No problem! Love your work!
SaikoMM Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013
Thanks for the watch!
CyonixGFX Featured By Owner May 29, 2013
Oh, and thanks for the watch as well!
revenger681 Featured By Owner May 29, 2013
NP! Looking forward to seeing more of your work!
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