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Spring Infusion WP by webwenchginger Spring Infusion WP by webwenchginger
** Full View is in Download; size 1280x1024; zoom is only 900 wide, but it will give you a pretty good idea :)

I wanted something "spring" for my desktop, so this was today's project. I'm working on a couple of really dark pieces for a friend, so this was a colorful welcome break from that!

Background: PSCS3
Spring Fairy: Poser 7, with lots of painting in PSCS3
Magical spring infusion: brushes referenced below, and PSCS3

Brushes used are by: *redheadstock ~gvalkyrie

Wallpaper pack available in three sizes, here: [link]
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:iconhera-of-stockholm:
I like how all those dots and flowers almost looks like "glued-on" objects :)
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:iconwebwenchginger:
Thanks! I'm glad you liked that effect... I enjoy mixing media that way with 3d stuff! :)
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jodipheonix Apr 13, 2008   General Artist
pretty, and definately spring-ish :)
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:iconwebwenchginger:
thanks :) LOL it took me nine times rendering her in Poser to get the look I wanted... or, to be more accurate... a look that I would settle for LOL! Finally said to myself... what are you doing? You can just paint the rest of it on her! Duh.
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jodipheonix Apr 15, 2008   General Artist
LMAO!!!

gotta love how we are our own worst critics!!

atleast, I'm my own worst.. I've spent how long now? LOL just fiddling with the simplicity of trying to create vampire fashion *rolls eyes*

atleast in my wasted time on the project, I've learnt a few things ... and, might actually have a finished product? hmmm :) we'll see ..
though, this last render, I need to edit in adobe because even though I put the clothes in same position as she's in, they still don't quite fit right ..
so adobe is the key for me
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:iconwebwenchginger:
It's very rare for me to have any clothing fit right after "conforming" it to whatever figure I'm working on. I always have to go into the "object properties" and fiddle with all the dials to get things looking more natural. I just have a hard time remembering that it doesn't have to be perfect because I do have the ability to paint over, paint on, replace, or create what's missing or wrong.

My respect goes out to those who can; create the models we use, and/or render perfection without needing postwork.

Looking forward to seeing your fashion vamp! :)
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jodipheonix Apr 16, 2008   General Artist
yeah.. I have a couple people that work with rendered objects, people, animals etc .. and it's like ... their work is perfect. I don't know how they accomplish it .. but they do .. one of the people I asked for help, didn't receive any help .. but am inspired by their work is :iconrundwulfwolfshield: you may be interested in looking at his work :)
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:iconwebwenchginger:
Wow, that is a great gallery! I think I've actually stumbled upon it before... I have a lot to learn still! hahaha
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jodipheonix Apr 16, 2008   General Artist
lol yep, but.. I don't think you've got as much to learn as I do lmao .. you've pretty much got poser sussed .. I'm still stumbling upon new tricks I'm learning along the way... and forgetting them again an hour later :lmao: :doh:
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:iconwebwenchginger:
OMG... I haven't even made it into the cloth room yet, and the last time I went into the materials room, I ran out almost as fast as I clicked in! LOL When I get to those parts of the tutorials, I'll let you know any other tricks I pick up! :)
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