JACK TOMALIN APPRECIATION SOCIETY [JAS III]

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  • Robert FreiseRobert Freise Posts: 3,145
    edited December 1969

    just got Poser Pro 2012 today, yay

    won it in the 31 days of hell contest

    Congrats

  • LycanthropeXLycanthropeX Posts: 2,287
    edited December 1969

    thanx

  • Daz Jack TomalinDaz Jack Tomalin Posts: 11,213
    edited December 1969

    just got Poser Pro 2012 today, yay

    won it in the 31 days of hell contest

    Ah cool, congrats! :)

  • SzarkSzark Posts: 10,633
    edited December 1969

    a frosty snow flake sounds about right.

    LycanthropeX nice one dude. Been meaning to enter some contests myself recently for Pro 2012 or 9 but just couldn't be bothered, I will stick with 8 for the time being. :)

  • AkhbourAkhbour Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Congrats LX!

    And just a new one, when two masters meet:

    The time forgotten place

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  • Daz Jack TomalinDaz Jack Tomalin Posts: 11,213
    edited December 1969

    Akhbour said:
    Congrats LX!

    And just a new one, when two masters meet:

    The time forgotten place

    Nice! I like the way the blurred foreground elements frame the image.. keep it up :)

  • AkhbourAkhbour Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Thanks Jack!

    I have been a photographer since my 10th birthday, so some reflexes still enter into 3D. ^_-

  • SimonJMSimonJM Posts: 5,824
    edited December 1969

    just got Poser Pro 2012 today, yay

    won it in the 31 days of hell contest


    Congratulations!
  • SimonJMSimonJM Posts: 5,824
    edited December 1969

    Invetero provides a fine scene setting for a Reality/LuxRender generated image ...

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  • KickAir 8PKickAir 8P Posts: 1,865
    edited December 1969

    SimonJM, Akhbour, those are excellent!

    Jack, once again the helipad from your Parkside Point Ground provides the perfect base. DS4.5Pro render, prework and postwork in GIMP. Larger version in my deviantART gallery here.

    Iron Bear and Pony-Hulk -- Defiant

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  • SimonJMSimonJM Posts: 5,824
    edited December 1969

    SimonJM, Akhbour, those are excellent!

    Jack, once again the helipad from your Parkside Point Ground provides the perfect base. DS4.5Pro render, prework and postwork in GIMP. Larger version in my deviantART gallery here.

    Iron Bear and Pony-Hulk -- Defiant

    "Hulk ... smas ... sma ... smile?" :)

  • Daz Jack TomalinDaz Jack Tomalin Posts: 11,213
    edited December 1969

    SimonJM said:
    SimonJM, Akhbour, those are excellent!

    Jack, once again the helipad from your Parkside Point Ground provides the perfect base. DS4.5Pro render, prework and postwork in GIMP. Larger version in my deviantART gallery here.

    Iron Bear and Pony-Hulk -- Defiant

    "Hulk ... smas ... sma ... smile?" :)

    lol!

    Nice work everyone :)

  • LycanthropeXLycanthropeX Posts: 2,287
    edited December 1969

    My first 2012 render ( there are actually a few of Jack's products in there )

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  • Daz Jack TomalinDaz Jack Tomalin Posts: 11,213
    edited December 1969

    My first 2012 render ( there are actually a few of Jack's products in there )

    Nice.. though you have me stumped, I can't pick any out lol.. do we get a clue?

  • LycanthropeXLycanthropeX Posts: 2,287
    edited December 2012

    Carnival Entrance
    Iyeyasu's Tomb
    Moon Gate
    Parkside Heath

    the ground is from Carnival Entrance, I used the 2 trees from Iyeyasu's Tomb, and the ivy / vines from Moon Gate and Parkside Heath

    I tend to break things up and use bits and pieces rather than use the full sets. The ground planes from Carnival Entrance and Native Cheyenne Village have become a couple of my favorites, and I am always stealing ivy and vines from various sets to add foliage to scenes. The Iyeyasu's Tomb trees get used a lot in my images as well. With post work or Poser's grouping tool I can also break up things even more. I some times select a portion of a figure with the grouping tool and then click spawn new prop to create something different. This image was a straight render, no post work, no grouping, I just wanted to see what Poser Pro 2012 could do all on its own.

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  • Daz Jack TomalinDaz Jack Tomalin Posts: 11,213
    edited December 1969

    Carnival Entrance
    Iyeyasu's Tomb
    Moon Gate
    Parkside Heath

    the ground is from Carnival Entrance, I used the 2 trees from Iyeyasu's Tomb, and the ivy / vines from Moon Gate and Parkside Heath

    I tend to break things up and use bits and pieces rather than use the full sets. The ground planes from Carnival Entrance and Native Cheyenne Village have become a couple of my favorites, and I am always stealing ivy and vines from various sets to add foliage to scenes. The Iyeyasu's Tomb trees get used a lot in my images as well. With post work or Poser's grouping tool I can also break up things even more. I some times select a portion of a figure with the grouping tool and then click spawn new prop to create something different. This image was a straight render, no post work, no grouping, I just wanted to see what Poser Pro 2012 could do all on its own.

    Ah cool.. would never have guessed the Iyeyasu's Tomb items lol!

  • LycanthropeXLycanthropeX Posts: 2,287
    edited December 1969

    ha, i love those trees, i use em all the time

  • KickAir 8PKickAir 8P Posts: 1,865
    edited December 2012

    SimonJM said:
    Jack, once again the helipad from your Parkside Point Ground provides the perfect base. DS4.5Pro render, prework and postwork in GIMP. Larger version in my deviantART gallery here.

    Iron Bear and Pony-Hulk -- Defiant
    "Hulk ... smas ... sma ... smile?" :)
    lol!


    Thanks guys! :lol:

    .
    . . . and I am always stealing ivy and vines from various sets to add foliage to scenes . . .

    In my latest PlatClub Inspirations entry I used some of the ivy from Jack's Curator Aquarum for a little more foliage on the roadsides (and to fill out the double hat-trick) -- DS4.5Pro render, prework and postwork in GIMP. Larger version in my deviantART gallery here.

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  • BagletBaglet Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    I've taken Curator Aquarum into Vue and it looks good. Added some further ruins behind and a bit of rubble to suggest a deserted city fallen down over time. I've wanted to use this atmosphere (Distant Drummer by Robin Kleb) for a long time but didn't have the right scene but it worked here with a bit of sun moving.

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  • Daz Jack TomalinDaz Jack Tomalin Posts: 11,213
    edited December 1969

    Baglet said:
    I've taken Curator Aquarum into Vue and it looks good. Added some further ruins behind and a bit of rubble to suggest a deserted city fallen down over time. I've wanted to use this atmosphere (Distant Drummer by Robin Kleb) for a long time but didn't have the right scene but it worked here with a bit of sun moving.

    That's nice, good job. I like the tone of the image, the colours work really well :)

  • TotteTotte Posts: 11,718
    edited December 1969

    Monthly PC freebee looks useful, need to play with it ;-)

  • Daz Jack TomalinDaz Jack Tomalin Posts: 11,213
    edited December 1969

    Totte said:
    Monthly PC freebee looks useful, need to play with it ;-)

    Of course its useful! ;)

  • SzarkSzark Posts: 10,633
    edited December 1969

    Totte said:
    Monthly PC freebee looks useful, need to play with it ;-)
    Yes very nice ickle shelter
  • Daz Jack TomalinDaz Jack Tomalin Posts: 11,213
    edited December 1969

    Szark said:
    Totte said:
    Monthly PC freebee looks useful, need to play with it ;-)
    Yes very nice ickle shelter

    Yea handy for when the missus makes you sleep outside.. though it does get a bit cold there ;)

  • SzarkSzark Posts: 10,633
    edited December 1969

    Glad that doesn't happen to me...I hate the cold...I really do.

  • Daz Jack TomalinDaz Jack Tomalin Posts: 11,213
    edited December 1969

    Szark said:
    Glad that doesn't happen to me...I hate the cold...I really do.

    Yea it's no coincidence that now I'm married I bought a big winter coat ;)

  • TotteTotte Posts: 11,718
    edited December 1969

    Szark said:
    Glad that doesn't happen to me...I hate the cold...I really do.

    Yea it's no coincidence that now I'm married I bought a big winter coat ;)

    We had pretty cold for this time of the year this weekend, -17c, almost time to bring out the long sleeves...

  • Daz Jack TomalinDaz Jack Tomalin Posts: 11,213
    edited December 1969

    Totte said:
    Szark said:
    Glad that doesn't happen to me...I hate the cold...I really do.

    Yea it's no coincidence that now I'm married I bought a big winter coat ;)

    We had pretty cold for this time of the year this weekend, -17c, almost time to bring out the long sleeves...

    You.. you lot are mad!

  • AkhbourAkhbour Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    The coldest we had here, for the moment is 2c, rather wet.

    So I did this one:

    Early snow

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  • LycanthropeXLycanthropeX Posts: 2,287
    edited December 2012

    our winters here have been getting a lot milder in recent years. I remember when I was a kid having to open an up-stairs window and shoveling snow into the house and into large metal wash tubs so we could melt it by the fire place and dump the water in the bath tub. We had to do this because the snow was up past the roof line and there was no other way to get out of the house. So we would shovel our way out the window, tunnel down to the front door and then dig a tunnel out to the road. Before a big storm we would park the cars out about 6 or 7 miles from the house at friend's houses that lived on streets with more trees because they had less chance of getting snowed in. That way when we got snowed in we could take snow mobiles back and forth to where the cars were at. That was what winters used to be like here. I remember rarely ever going to school in December or January. Now we have had several years where you could go out in shorts and a t-shirt and cook X-mas dinner on the grill. And people tell me global warming is a myth.

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