Mt first attempt with Jamminwolfie`s Sabrina Blinker (Renderosity), had to correct some render mistakes in PS, theres also some LUX poke through which kinda spoils it IMO (don`t know how to patch repair in PS yet). Rendered to 872.56 samples over 17 hours, there’s still some render noise but 1 night and 1 day is enough. Hope you guys like it.
Great image…..repairs are very easy in PS.
Zoom in close to the area you wish to repair. Then select the clone tool and chose an area very close to the one you wish to repair. Hover over this area then press and hold ALT KEY to select it. Release the ALT KEY then use your mouse [by holding down the left button] to clone the area you want to repair.
Thanks Kylumi, see that white square? some one pointed that out over at Deviantart. Buggered if I know where that came from.
“hmmm!, whats that funny looking human and his little humans doing staring and point at me?”, “ooo! bright light, crikey they do funny things these humans. Must keep smiling, act all stony and natural.”
“Henry….?”, “Sigh!...what`s up Bert?”
“Dude, im bored. I`ve like been standing here for a 1000 years and my feet are killing me!”
“Bert..sigh!...your a stone you do not have any feet. Were stones and we stand, it`s what we do.”
“Guys pipe down a little, i`m trying to sleep!.”.
Jake, when The original Steph 3 and David 3 came out they were Victoria and Michaels little siblings, so to speak.
SO if Victoria was meant to be 5’8” tall, then Steph was 5’2” and slimmer, not quite so voluptuos straight out the box, so to speak, and similarly David was shorter and not so well muscled as Michael.
Of course it is possible to morph both to be similalry well endowed as the other 2 figures, but in a more petite package.
I personally always preferred Steph petite and David, when they were current, because I come from a family which is shorter on average than the 6’2” muscular hunks, and thus I equate more with those 2 figures. I am actually a mere 5’ nothing.
The Steph character for Genesis is also around 5’2” tall, so keeps to the family tradition.