Welcome to the November 2012 Freebie Challenge!

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  • jeeperzjeeperz Posts: 1,077
    edited December 1969

    Dollygirl said:
    chohole said:
    Hey, I do too care. Like Ganthor I used to do re-enactment, and we were very careful with details like that. And I even hhad a story to back up the reason why I, as a female, could authentically dress as a Johnny Reb soldier, carrying an authentic replica gun.

    I had a Remington revolving rifle, black powder, cap and ball. A fully working replica, proofed for live fire, although I admit I never did live fire it, only used blanks. But a friend did try his out live, and It put a whole through both sides of one of the sign boards in the Holiday camp we were "performing" at.

    so do we have a "Belle" in our midst?


    I always thought of myself as more of an "Annie Oakley" sort of gal and have the bull's eye paper to prove it somewhere

  • BWSmanBWSman Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Finally got my entry done. I had originally planned to render it in Bryce (set it up in DS & use the bridge to transfer it to Bryce); but I was running out of time.

    During the war in Afghanistan; 158 Canadian soldiers were killed during combat duty. The repatriated bodies were flown from Kandahar to the Canadian Forces base in Trenton, Ontario where they were reunited with their families. The convoy of vehicles then drove down Higway 401 to Toronto. Along this route; on every overpass & by every exit, police; ambulance & fire service personnel would park & pay their respects to the fallen, along with ordinary citizens who would hang Canadian flags off the bridges. They would often line up hours before the convoy passed in both summer & winter.

    That stretch of road has since been renamed "Highway of Heroes." ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1R8qLAmkLU )


    Highway - http://www.most-digital-creations.com/free_poser_poses_textures_morphs_props_54.htm 16 from top

    Firetruck - http://www.dmi-3d.net/rescue1.html 3rd row from bottom; left side *1

    Dodge Police car - http://www.dmi-3d.net/rescue2.html 2nd from bottom; 2nd from right *1

    Ford Police car http://www.dmi-3d.net/rescue2.html 2nd from bottom; 2nd from left *1

    Fire Rescue truck - http://www.dmi-3d.net/rescue3.html Bottom row *1

    GMC Yukon - http://www.dmi-3d.net/modelscar12.html 3rd row from bottom; 2nd from right *1

    Flag - http://www.most-digital-creations.com/free_poser_poses_textures_morphs_props_23.htm 12 from top.

    Bridge - http://www.sharecg.com/v/32904/browse/5/3D-Model/Bridge *2 #

    SuperShine Shader - http://www.sharecg.com/v/31573/browse/7/Material-and-Shader/Super-Shine-Shader # (used on vehicles & adjusted to reduce the reflections)

    Lights - http://www.sharecg.com/v/32174/View/7/Material-and-Shader/Stonemason-Sunlight #

    Ultimate Shader Pack - http://www.sharecg.com/v/27568/related/7/Material-and-Shader/Ultimate-Shader-Pack-for-DAZ-Studio-UPDATED_2011 # (used on the wheels of the Yukon)

    REC- Antiqued Shaders - http://www.redeyecat.com/freebies.php (used on the vehicle tires)


    *1 Converted from LWO format using PoseRay & edited to reduce polygon count in Blender.

    *2 Exported from Bryce to OBJ format & edited in Blender to reduce polygon count

    # requires registration.

    Paid for items:

    Ambulance - http://www.poserdirect.com/ambulanceposer.html (retextured)

    MOM Crowd Generator - http://www.renderosity.com/mod/bcs/m-o-m-crowd-generator/71815

    The sky is a wallpaper downloaded from the internet & loaded as a backdrop. Rendered in DS4.5. Postwork to fix black polygons on the bridge.

    HoH.jpg
    1280 x 960 - 452K
  • ZamuelNowZamuelNow Posts: 605
    edited December 1969

    vivayo said:
    Well, I've tried to use ray-traced shadows and the result is a bit better but still the shadows do not show on the ground, I do not understand why...

    I think The Hills simply has a tendency to eat ground shadows. Any time I've used it that happens. Still a useful freebie, just takes some fiddling.

  • DollyGirlDollyGirl Posts: 1,695
    edited December 1969

    jeeperz said:
    Dollygirl said:
    chohole said:
    Hey, I do too care. Like Ganthor I used to do re-enactment, and we were very careful with details like that. And I even hhad a story to back up the reason why I, as a female, could authentically dress as a Johnny Reb soldier, carrying an authentic replica gun.

    I had a Remington revolving rifle, black powder, cap and ball. A fully working replica, proofed for live fire, although I admit I never did live fire it, only used blanks. But a friend did try his out live, and It put a whole through both sides of one of the sign boards in the Holiday camp we were "performing" at.

    so do we have a "Belle" in our midst?


    I always thought of myself as more of an "Annie Oakley" sort of gal and have the bull's eye paper to prove it somewhere

    Oh ya! Growing up out here in the Wild West she was a lot of girls' hero. Me I never was into the gun thing, to cerebral I guess.My sister now she is a modern day gun toten' Annie.

    Just a little collage I made a long time ago. I think Annie is the girl on the right.

    Stickemupcowboy.jpg
    800 x 712 - 914K
  • DollyGirlDollyGirl Posts: 1,695
    edited December 1969

    Well I do believe things are heating up. Some really nice renders in this month. We still have two more days. What will they bring?

    And cho I would love to see your creations. Sitting and moving in those dresses always had me wondering how it was done.

    You won't believe this but my girl friend does re-enactment and she talked me into making a 16th century Flemish gown of the lower class. No gold chains for me. I don't get to wear it much. It is to hot here. All I can say is that is must of been really cold during those centuries. I was surprised at how comfortable a kertle was. Are corsets the same?

  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 19,408
    edited December 1969

    Corsets depend on how much you lace in, adn how authentic you make them. I only used to lace in about an inch, and a lot of my friends didn't even bother with that. Corsets were not the mos favourite part of the outfit. I am still not certain How Scarlett could lace in so much and still do those energetic dances. :coolsmirk:

  • jeeperzjeeperz Posts: 1,077
    edited December 1969

    hey cho, did you get my pm the other day? not sure it sent

  • MavelleMavelle Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    NAE

    I could not find enough freebies for an entry, now I,m pretty sick - now in the last days I place this to show that i care about freedom.

    9-11.jpg
    700 x 834 - 334K
  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 7,347
    edited December 1969

    BWSman said:

    During the war in Afghanistan; 158 Canadian soldiers were killed during combat duty. The repatriated bodies were flown from Kandahar to the Canadian Forces base in Trenton, Ontario where they were reunited with their families. The convoy of vehicles then drove down Higway 401 to Toronto. Along this route; on every overpass & by every exit, police; ambulance & fire service personnel would park & pay their respects to the fallen, along with ordinary citizens who would hang Canadian flags off the bridges. They would often line up hours before the convoy passed in both summer & winter.

    That stretch of road has since been renamed "Highway of Heroes." ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1R8qLAmkLU )


    http://www.daz3d.com/index.php?&ACT=50&fid=41&aid=35237_nUHArf5ETfKWJ0d2SMLB&thumb=1&board_id=1

    Well done! I was touched by this one.

    Dana

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 7,347
    edited December 1969

    chohole said:
    I am still not certain How Scarlett could lace in so much and still do those energetic dances. :coolsmirk:

    I imagine it's like anything else, one gets used to something and it isn't as much of a bother. I'm just guessing, though.

    Dana

  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 19,408
    edited December 1969

    OK, Dana, you put on a corset then, get someone to tighten the laces, which remember got all the way up the back from below the waist to the top of the rib cage, and then see how much you want to do before you can no longer catch your breath.

    THen tell me if you think it is something you can get used to.

  • BWSmanBWSman Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    chohole said:
    OK, Dana, you put on a corset then, get someone to tighten the laces, which remember got all the way up the back from below the waist to the top of the rib cage, and then see how much you want to do before you can no longer catch your breath.

    THen tell me if you think it is something you can get used to.

    I had to wear one after some abdominal surgery (about 2-3 weeks). I wasn't very active; but yes I did get used to it (after a fashion).

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 7,347
    edited December 1969

    chohole said:
    OK, Dana, you put on a corset then, get someone to tighten the laces, which remember got all the way up the back from below the waist to the top of the rib cage, and then see how much you want to do before you can no longer catch your breath.

    THen tell me if you think it is something you can get used to.

    I was just saying that in that day, they were a fact of life...not that it was fun or anything...but they wore them all the time...they were used to them! Doing something for the first time is not the same as something that you do all the time...you get used to things after a while. You adapt. You find ways to move on. I don't live in a high elevation, either, but for those who do, when engaging in sports at a higher elevation they have the advantage over a team who lives near sea level. They're used to the thinner oxygen, but the opposing team is not and tire more easily. It's one of the things that humans do...they adapt, they get used to things and find ways to do what they do under the circumstances. I never said I could do it, just that it's not as surprising that someone who wore them all the time could do things.

    Dana

  • Lord GanthorLord Ganthor Posts: 544
    edited December 1969

    Hmmm, tickled the little "I seem to remember..." itch: Kendall

    Now dogged if'n' that ain't interestin'! I knew that the British were selling surplus arms to just about anybody who was in the market and knew that the Spanish in Mexico had the Bess, but had no idea about the Baker. Thanks for the info. I'm not much up on that particular period of history. I shade off around 1820. I just don't find it that interesting, especially in the far western theater. The piece about the 94th being in Naw'lins (as we say back home) was a surprise to me. Again, I haven't delved to deeply into that particular battle. I intending on boning up before I go down for the 200th anniversary in a couple of years. Great sources. I'll pass them along to some of my historical contacts as they'll be interested as well.

    So Alexa, as you can see who is debating which war the rifle was used in, it's a guy thing, pay no attention to what they say, they can't help themselves about it, my husband is the same way. Us lady's don't care about such details but guys do. Notice how none of us women give a hoot about which rifle you used. Take note for future date on that one. LOL

    I understand, but it could have been a hammer or some other "thing" in the picture. It's just my horribly obnoxious habit of pointing out historical things that are out of place. This is why I can't stand to go to historically themed movies or watch "period" TV shows. Too much "dramatic license"! Nothing sticks out more that something that's 10 or more years ahead of it's time that some character is using. It'd be like giving Grant a cell phone to call Lee to discuss surrender terms...

    Anyway, enough of a rant from me! There's been a spectacular final burst of renders here in our closing days and I'm greatly impressed that everybody's risen to the task with some very moving work. Emotional stuff, gang. You should all be proud.

  • agsears_f6a68cb825agsears_f6a68cb825 Posts: 169
    edited November 2012

    Hmmm, tickled the little "I seem to remember..." itch: Kendall

    Now dogged if'n' that ain't interestin'! I knew that the British were selling surplus arms to just about anybody who was in the market and knew that the Spanish in Mexico had the Bess, but had no idea about the Baker. Thanks for the info. I'm not much up on that particular period of history. I shade off around 1820. I just don't find it that interesting, especially in the far western theater. The piece about the 94th being in Naw'lins (as we say back home) was a surprise to me. Again, I haven't delved to deeply into that particular battle. I intending on boning up before I go down for the 200th anniversary in a couple of years. Great sources. I'll pass them along to some of my historical contacts as they'll be interested as well.

    So Alexa, as you can see who is debating which war the rifle was used in, it's a guy thing, pay no attention to what they say, they can't help themselves about it, my husband is the same way. Us lady's don't care about such details but guys do. Notice how none of us women give a hoot about which rifle you used. Take note for future date on that one. LOL

    I understand, but it could have been a hammer or some other "thing" in the picture. It's just my horribly obnoxious habit of pointing out historical things that are out of place. This is why I can't stand to go to historically themed movies or watch "period" TV shows. Too much "dramatic license"! Nothing sticks out more that something that's 10 or more years ahead of it's time that some character is using. It'd be like giving Grant a cell phone to call Lee to discuss surrender terms...

    Anyway, enough of a rant from me! There's been a spectacular final burst of renders here in our closing days and I'm greatly impressed that everybody's risen to the task with some very moving work. Emotional stuff, gang. You should all be proud.

    Don't feel bad, Mr. Ganthor. :) I appreciate your historical input.

    Besides, I like guns. :) (And military equipment in general) Specific names and models don't necessarily interest me, but I do know what I like.

    I understand the importance of historical consistency: it is just in this particular case, I didn't have what I needed for free. 8-/

    Alexa ;)

    Post edited by agsears_f6a68cb825 on
  • robkelkrobkelk Posts: 3,190
    edited December 1969

    BWSman said:
    Finally got my entry done. I had originally planned to render it in Bryce (set it up in DS & use the bridge to transfer it to Bryce); but I was running out of time.

    During the war in Afghanistan; 158 Canadian soldiers were killed during combat duty. The repatriated bodies were flown from Kandahar to the Canadian Forces base in Trenton, Ontario where they were reunited with their families. The convoy of vehicles then drove down Higway 401 to Toronto. Along this route; on every overpass & by every exit, police; ambulance & fire service personnel would park & pay their respects to the fallen, along with ordinary citizens who would hang Canadian flags off the bridges. They would often line up hours before the convoy passed in both summer & winter.

    That stretch of road has since been renamed "Highway of Heroes." ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1R8qLAmkLU )


    Highway - http://www.most-digital-creations.com/free_poser_poses_textures_morphs_props_54.htm 16 from top

    Firetruck - http://www.dmi-3d.net/rescue1.html 3rd row from bottom; left side *1

    Dodge Police car - http://www.dmi-3d.net/rescue2.html 2nd from bottom; 2nd from right *1

    Ford Police car http://www.dmi-3d.net/rescue2.html 2nd from bottom; 2nd from left *1

    Fire Rescue truck - http://www.dmi-3d.net/rescue3.html Bottom row *1

    GMC Yukon - http://www.dmi-3d.net/modelscar12.html 3rd row from bottom; 2nd from right *1

    Flag - http://www.most-digital-creations.com/free_poser_poses_textures_morphs_props_23.htm 12 from top.

    Bridge - http://www.sharecg.com/v/32904/browse/5/3D-Model/Bridge *2 #

    SuperShine Shader - http://www.sharecg.com/v/31573/browse/7/Material-and-Shader/Super-Shine-Shader # (used on vehicles & adjusted to reduce the reflections)

    Lights - http://www.sharecg.com/v/32174/View/7/Material-and-Shader/Stonemason-Sunlight #

    Ultimate Shader Pack - http://www.sharecg.com/v/27568/related/7/Material-and-Shader/Ultimate-Shader-Pack-for-DAZ-Studio-UPDATED_2011 # (used on the wheels of the Yukon)

    REC- Antiqued Shaders - http://www.redeyecat.com/freebies.php (used on the vehicle tires)


    *1 Converted from LWO format using PoseRay & edited to reduce polygon count in Blender.

    *2 Exported from Bryce to OBJ format & edited in Blender to reduce polygon count

    # requires registration.

    Paid for items:

    Ambulance - http://www.poserdirect.com/ambulanceposer.html (retextured)

    MOM Crowd Generator - http://www.renderosity.com/mod/bcs/m-o-m-crowd-generator/71815

    The sky is a wallpaper downloaded from the internet & loaded as a backdrop. Rendered in DS4.5. Postwork to fix black polygons on the bridge.

    I've driven that stretch of road in your image... it's pretty close to Trenton, if I'm not mistaken.

    (pauses for a moment)

    Thank you.

    All of your links check out - ENTRY ACCEPTED.

  • Tramp GraphicsTramp Graphics Posts: 1,730
    edited December 1969

    BWSman said:
    vivayo said:
    Interestingly, CBC Radio just aired a two-part radio special on the Spanish Civil War (concentrating on the Canadian volunteers). It’s still available on their website: http://www.cbc.ca/livingoutloud/episode/2012/11/09/the-spanish-crucible-with-interactive-timeline/

    Nice link ! Thanks.

    Well, I've tried to use ray-traced shadows and the result is a bit better but still the shadows do not show on the ground, I do not understand why...

    Something's borked with distant lights &skydomes;. You can set the skydome to not cast shadows; but it's still blocking the distant light from casting them on the scene. one workaround is to do a multipass render (one with the skydome & one without).

    Whenever I use Fober's The Hills, I turn off the built-in sky dome completely and use a different one entirely, usually Fuseling's Spacedome, also available at ShareCG.com.

  • drucdruc Posts: 69
    edited December 1969

    Quote from http://www.awm.gov.au/units/event_70.asp
    "The landing at ANZAC Cove

    25 April 1915 - 25 April 1915

    As part of the attempt to seize the Gallipoli Peninsula in order to suppress the Turkish defences guarding the Dardanelles, military landings were made at Cape Helles at the southern tip of the peninsula (the main landing) and on the west coast near Ari Burnu. At this secondary objective two Divisions of the ANZAC Corps landed over 1 kilometre north of their planned objective (Gaba Tepe) and in the darkness and confusion of the early morning faced rugged and difficult country. Units mixed up on their arrival rushed inland and became separated from the main force, which came under growing fire from the Turkish defenders. While Turkish reinforcements arrived, the ANZAC position became increasingly precarious as the assaulting force failed to secure their initial objectives. Falling back on improvised and shallow entrenchments the ANZACs held on for a crucial first night. By that first evening 16,000 men had been landed; of those over 2,000 Australians had been killed or wounded."

    Quote from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landing_at_Anzac_Cove
    "By 3 May, the casualty figure was about 8,500 including 600 from the Royal Naval Division. Of this figure, about 2,300 were killed in action or died of wounds."


    This is my first attempt at posting a picture, so I hope it is a valid entry.

    http://www.renderosity.com/mod/freestuff/details.php?item_id=68073 Rifle
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/44757/browse/11/Poser/LL-Letter Letters
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/42597/browse/11/Poser/The-Fedora Fedora (I used DazStudio Dform to create the slouch hat shape)
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/65285/gallery/11/Poser/4-Poser-Real-Sand-materials-09 Sand texture
    http://forum.runtimedna.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=466 rocks
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/53940/browse/11/Poser/Poser-Wet-Rock-material-09 Rock texture
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/52338/browse/11/Poser/9-Poser-Rock-materials-30 more rock texture
    http://www.renderosity.com/mod/freestuff/details.php?item_id=61799 ground plane
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/37989/browse/11/Poser/Chriss-M4a1/W-Sherman Poppy
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/55716/browse/11/Poser/The-Alphabet Numbers
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/60113/browse/11/Poser/5-Poser-Metal-materials-03 Number texture
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/61449/browse/11/Poser/5-Poser-Leather-materials-08 hat texture

    Anzac_cove.jpg
    2000 x 2000 - 2M
  • drucdruc Posts: 69
    edited December 1969

    I wanted to keep the picture simple and struggled to get the required 10 free items.

    My grandfather was in Egypt training with the Australian infantry and would have been at ANZAC Cove on that fatefull day except for his commanding officer knowing he was a young man for the country (rural/farming area) and had a friend in the artillary division so when he was forming the troops for the invasion, he asked my grandfather if he wanted a transfer to be with his friend.

  • jeeperzjeeperz Posts: 1,077
    edited December 1969

    very nice druc, sometimes the most simple (less items that is) of renders can have the most powerful impact.

  • drucdruc Posts: 69
    edited December 1969

    Thank you Jeeperz

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 7,347
    edited December 1969

    druc said:
    Quote from http://www.awm.gov.au/units/event_70.asp
    "The landing at ANZAC Cove

    25 April 1915 - 25 April 1915

    As part of the attempt to seize the Gallipoli Peninsula in order to suppress the Turkish defences guarding the Dardanelles, military landings were made at Cape Helles at the southern tip of the peninsula (the main landing) and on the west coast near Ari Burnu. At this secondary objective two Divisions of the ANZAC Corps landed over 1 kilometre north of their planned objective (Gaba Tepe) and in the darkness and confusion of the early morning faced rugged and difficult country. Units mixed up on their arrival rushed inland and became separated from the main force, which came under growing fire from the Turkish defenders. While Turkish reinforcements arrived, the ANZAC position became increasingly precarious as the assaulting force failed to secure their initial objectives. Falling back on improvised and shallow entrenchments the ANZACs held on for a crucial first night. By that first evening 16,000 men had been landed; of those over 2,000 Australians had been killed or wounded."

    Quote from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landing_at_Anzac_Cove
    "By 3 May, the casualty figure was about 8,500 including 600 from the Royal Naval Division. Of this figure, about 2,300 were killed in action or died of wounds."


    http://www.daz3d.com/index.php?&ACT=50&fid=41&aid=35411_I8h6D2I97zpNZRC5v7Nc&thumb=1&board_id=1

    Well done...simple yet it tells the story!

    Dana

  • smoke14smoke14 Posts: 86
    edited December 1969

    Wow! Some very nice entries in the last few days...very moving renders.

    Best of luck to all the entrants.

    I haven't been around the forums much most of this month (thankfully, for a very good reason). The past year has been a struggle to find a full time job after the company I spent 25 years with packed up and left the state. 3 weeks ago I accepted a full time job that I am extremely happy in. This Thanksgiving season I truly am very thankful for this new stage in my life's journey and the challenges that it brings.

  • jeeperzjeeperz Posts: 1,077
    edited December 1969

    glad to hear you were able to find work in this tough economy

  • smoke14smoke14 Posts: 86
    edited December 1969

    Thanks jeeperz.

    My heart truly goes out to all those who are looking for work. I know several of my former co-workers are still looking for a job...

  • robkelkrobkelk Posts: 3,190
    edited December 1969

    druc said:
    Quote from http://www.awm.gov.au/units/event_70.asp
    "The landing at ANZAC Cove

    25 April 1915 - 25 April 1915

    As part of the attempt to seize the Gallipoli Peninsula in order to suppress the Turkish defences guarding the Dardanelles, military landings were made at Cape Helles at the southern tip of the peninsula (the main landing) and on the west coast near Ari Burnu. At this secondary objective two Divisions of the ANZAC Corps landed over 1 kilometre north of their planned objective (Gaba Tepe) and in the darkness and confusion of the early morning faced rugged and difficult country. Units mixed up on their arrival rushed inland and became separated from the main force, which came under growing fire from the Turkish defenders. While Turkish reinforcements arrived, the ANZAC position became increasingly precarious as the assaulting force failed to secure their initial objectives. Falling back on improvised and shallow entrenchments the ANZACs held on for a crucial first night. By that first evening 16,000 men had been landed; of those over 2,000 Australians had been killed or wounded."

    Quote from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landing_at_Anzac_Cove
    "By 3 May, the casualty figure was about 8,500 including 600 from the Royal Naval Division. Of this figure, about 2,300 were killed in action or died of wounds."


    This is my first attempt at posting a picture, so I hope it is a valid entry.

    http://www.renderosity.com/mod/freestuff/details.php?item_id=68073 Rifle
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/44757/browse/11/Poser/LL-Letter Letters
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/42597/browse/11/Poser/The-Fedora Fedora (I used DazStudio Dform to create the slouch hat shape)
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/65285/gallery/11/Poser/4-Poser-Real-Sand-materials-09 Sand texture
    http://forum.runtimedna.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=466 rocks
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/53940/browse/11/Poser/Poser-Wet-Rock-material-09 Rock texture
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/52338/browse/11/Poser/9-Poser-Rock-materials-30 more rock texture
    http://www.renderosity.com/mod/freestuff/details.php?item_id=61799 ground plane
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/37989/browse/11/Poser/Chriss-M4a1/W-Sherman Poppy
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/55716/browse/11/Poser/The-Alphabet Numbers
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/60113/browse/11/Poser/5-Poser-Metal-materials-03 Number texture
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/61449/browse/11/Poser/5-Poser-Leather-materials-08 hat texture


    Welcome to the Freebie Challenges, druc! The first few are always the most difficult to find the freebies for - after a while, you get a feel for what's available and the time it takes to find something drops off quite a bit.

    Your entry is simple, powerful, and moving; exactly what I was hoping for when I proposed this month's theme. And your links are all valid.

    ENTRY ACCEPTED.

    (And now I'll send a PM to the folks who've entered over the last few days, to let you know where the entry gifts are...)

  • drucdruc Posts: 69
    edited December 1969

    Thank you for the positive comments on my picture. It is pleasing to know other people can see a little something of what I was attempting to portray.

    Also, a thank you to the members who took the time to create content for Poser and Daz and then made them available as gifts.

    There are some very talented artist who have entered pictures and I have enjoyed looking through their perspective.

    A thank you must also go to those who provided links that I didn't already have, as free stuff is always good.

  • BWSmanBWSman Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Here are the textures for Evil Innocence's free April Dress.

    Laura a sporting the black & white check while Victoria 4 is wearing the purple/black check.

    I will be making up mat files today & upload it to gallery.

    checkmate_b.jpg
    1280 x 1024 - 502K
  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 19,408
    edited December 1969

    Rob, I haven't had time to finish the gift I promised you. How about we recycle an older one, using this Manomano knit

    mamomamo_long_knit_fancy_mint.png
    600 x 600 - 303K
  • DollyGirlDollyGirl Posts: 1,695
    edited December 1969

    So we are in the last hours of the contest. Good luck everyone. I will be sending you my choices Rob later tonight.

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