Apologies for taking so long, between doing my first ever thesis and work and home, I haven’t had much time at all for Daz. Horrifying thought, really. The little time I’ve had was spent trying to up the resolution of the renders, with no luck as of yet. I really need to update my computer for it to be seamless, so until I figure a work around, will keep plodding on.
gingercakes47, thank you. I’ve had a few difficulties with getting it into hires, but still have a few ideas to try out before giving up.
Miss B, thanks, glad you’re liking it
Blackbirdwake, thank you. Whimsical is the perfect word for the image
Kyoto Kid, thanks They were fun to do. I believe I may have lightened them somewhat in the next all-in scene to make them stand out slightly more.
Jack Tomalin - the man himself! Thank you for checking this out, and of course for making such an inspiring scene in the first place.
Halcion, it is great to work with, isn’t it? The lighting was a real learning curve when I set it up, but the props are so beautifully detailed. I love the detail on the pillars.
I mustn’t forget, of course, the update…
Figures twenty and twenty one.
Woe betide the one who through carelessness drops a book at the feet of a book lover.