July, 2014 Monthly Freebie Challenge - Punk

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  • music2u4umusic2u4u Posts: 2,615
    edited December 1969

    AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

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  • music2u4umusic2u4u Posts: 2,615
    edited December 1969

    WHA?.....

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  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 30,958
    edited December 1969

    Thanks for those examples Music. I have to admit that this was what immediately came to my mind, I somehow think the Punk movement passed me by. :coolsmirk:

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  • robkelkrobkelk Posts: 3,259
    edited December 1969

    katfeete said:
    "Nightclubbing"

    ...

    Undeclared:
    Wood Shaders by Marieah -- I'm nearly sure these were part of the 2011 DAZ Christmas Giveaway, but I can't get into the forum thread to see if the file's still there. All I get is CloudFlare. :P


    All I can find in the Wayback Machine is the forum page - none of the actual downloads were captured.
  • music2u4umusic2u4u Posts: 2,615
    edited December 1969

    I went to the rules folder at the start of this forum and tried to click on a few pages from past challenges before the new site change in May 2012. I get the same thing you did. Usually you can put http//forumarchive.daz3d.com/ your url here and get the archived page without any art but links should still be there. I can't get any of them to work. I also get a 502 error. Not sure why.

    :ohh:

  • music2u4umusic2u4u Posts: 2,615
    edited December 1969

    chohole said:
    Thanks for those examples Music. I have to admit that this was what immediately came to my mind, I somehow think the Punk movement passed me by. :coolsmirk:

    "Go ahead Punk....make my bed!"....hehehe.

    :-)

  • fictionalbookshelffictionalbookshelf Posts: 798
    edited December 1969

    I can judge if you need another one.

  • SlimerJSpudSlimerJSpud Posts: 1,174
    edited December 1969

    music2u4u said:
    I went to the rules folder at the start of this forum and tried to click on a few pages from past challenges before the new site change in May 2012. I get the same thing you did. Usually you can put http//forumarchive.daz3d.com/ your url here and get the archived page without any art but links should still be there. I can't get any of them to work. I also get a 502 error. Not sure why.

    :ohh:


    forumarchive has basically been offline for months.

    This contest looks too good to pass up...

    A question for the punk gods of this contest: ;-) Over on Sharecg.com, Hobobo has a large collection of textures created for the Daz Cyclorama. The image maps are drawn in a shape specifically for that cyclorama. His readme files do state the need for the Daz Cyclorama. Does using one of his textures make the once-free, now-paid Daz Cyclorama a non-counted item?

    Also, if you make freebies, and post them somewhere like Sharecg.com, is that OK, or is that considered padding the list? I already have 10, but I may want to release a seamless tile I made that I could use to make the render better.

  • robkelkrobkelk Posts: 3,259
    edited December 1969

    I used one of Hobobo's Cyclorama textures last month, and declared the Cyclorama as a no-count because I had picked it up for free back in the day. Music took it. (This month, you can list it i the special section because of Dollygirl's special rule.)

    As for using freebies that you made yourself, I think that's okay. As long as they're available for everybody to use, it shouldn't make a difference.

  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 30,958
    edited December 1969

    robkelk said:
    I used one of Hobobo's Cyclorama textures last month, and declared the Cyclorama as a no-count because I had picked it up for free back in the day. Music took it. (This month, you can list it i the special section because of Dollygirl's special rule.)

    As for using freebies that you made yourself, I think that's okay. As long as they're available for everybody to use, it shouldn't make a difference.

    You are right there Rob. As long as the freebie is made available for everyone before you use it yourself, then it does indeed count a freebie for the challenge.

  • SlimerJSpudSlimerJSpud Posts: 1,174
    edited December 1969

    music2u4u said:
    The theme this month was "PUNK".

    accordingly, THIS is PUNK....Harajuku style even (Japan), well known worldwide . Also the other is called "Mayanmar and Burma" style (Layos,Thailand,China,India). There are many more styles from other countries. The bottom one is American Punk. So that means that "PUNK" is a certain lifestyle and look. Just for those of you who are not sure what "PUNK" is.

    :-)


    Thank you, Dr. Music for that enlightening elucidation. :lol: A few years ago I took a business trip to Cambridge, England. It was in February and very cold. I managed to find the only hardcore Punk Rock club in Cambridge. I arrived straight from dinner dressed in the height of business attire, complete with Cashmere overcoat. This place made The Cavern in Liverpool, where the Beatles started, look like Buckingham Palace. See attached. Basement club, low ceiling, exposed pipes, peeling black paint...

    The doorman said, "This IS a Punk Rock club, Governor."
    I replied, "Oh, I like the music, I just don't dress the dress." :lol:

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  • music2u4umusic2u4u Posts: 2,615
    edited December 1969

    I have a lot of models I have to offer for free over at sharecg.com also. Feel free to go see all I have made and feel free to use any of them in this challenge. Many have before. I also have loads of models I have made for the prizes in this challenge exclusively that are not over there to give. They are only for this challenge winners.

    All PUNK bands need instruments. Go see all of them I offer for free:

    http://www.sharecg.com/music2u4u

    :-)

  • SlimerJSpudSlimerJSpud Posts: 1,174
    edited December 1969

    music2u4u said:
    I have a lot of models I have to offer for free over at sharecg.com also. Feel free to go see all I have made and feel free to use any of them in this challenge. Many have before. I also have loads of models I have made for the prizes in this challenge exclusively that are not over there to give. They are only for this challenge winners.

    All PUNK bands need instruments. Go see all of them I offer for free:

    http://www.sharecg.com/music2u4u

    :-)


    Ahem! Whose freebies do you think I started with? :lol:
    Render posting coming right up!
  • SlimerJSpudSlimerJSpud Posts: 1,174
    edited July 2014

    No discussion of the Punk subculture would be complete without mention of Wendy O. Williams and The Plasmatics. Yes, the Sex Pistols and The Ramones came earlier, and The Clash were more famous, but W.O.W. and The Plasmatics elevated Performance Art to extremes never equaled, before or since. This was mostly because no insurance company in their right minds would underwrite such theatrics now. She blew up cars on stage, she sledgehammered TV sets, while they were turned on, she even drove a school bus through a wall of televisions. That video was banned on MTV. Their Manager, Rod Swenson (MFA from Yale) believed in the Dadaist school which held that high art needed to be confrontational. Smashing televisions while ON television, now that's confrontational.

    One of their traditional stunts was to have Wendy chainsaw through an electric guitar while it was plugged in to the amps. This was usually during the guitar solo of "Butcher Baby". This was recorded on their first album, "New Hope for the Wretched".

    Title: Butcher Baby

    Base model: V4

    Purchased:
    V4 Morphs++
    RDNA Stylez 8 Hawk Hair (No Longer Available)

    Special item category:
    1) http://www.sharecg.com/v/64146/browse/11/Poser/Graffiti-15-Cyclorama-texture freebie for the Daz Multiplane Cyclorama

    Freebies:

    2) http://www.sharecg.com/v/49144/gallery/11/Poser/Ampeg-SVT-bass-amplifier
    3) http://www.sharecg.com/v/49151/gallery/11/Poser/Ludwig-Drum-Set
    4) http://www.sharecg.com/v/49143/gallery/11/Poser/1972-Fender-Twin-Reverb
    5) http://www.sharecg.com/v/76711/browse/6/Texture/5-Seamless-Tiles - This one is my own, donated to the cause, 'cause I needed the asphalt.
    6) http://www.sharecg.com/v/34805/gallery/11/Poser/Kimber-for-Aiko4-and-morphs++ - Skin texture
    7) http://www.sharecg.com/v/49665/browse/11/Poser/Shadow-Warrior-for-V4 - hipster boots
    8) http://www.sharecg.com/v/27568/material-and-shader/Ultimate-Shader-Pack-for-DAZ-Studio - The George Haze Shader pack
    9) http://www.renderosity.com/mod/freestuff/?item_id=57624 - Secret Venus Number 3
    10) http://www.sharecg.com/v/48972/gallery/11/Poser/V4-S4-.-Spiked-Collar-and-Armwrists-Smartprops
    11) http://www.rdna3d.com/Halloween/Tr_Shock_Chainsaw.zip
    12) http://forum.runtimedna.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=314 - Shwaum's "Stratoblaster"

    Edit: I missed one:
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/30094/gallery/11/Poser/Ancient-Parts-Pieces - the stand the guitar is on is a stair turned sideways. :lol:

    Registration required on all sites above. The cord on the guitar going to the amp is a lost freebie that came with the microphone in the old Daz freebie site.

    "Butcher Baby, they're gonna put you away!"

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  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 11,346
    edited December 1969

    No discussion of the Punk subculture would be complete without mention of Wendy O. Williams and The Plasmatics. Yes, the Sex Pistols and The Ramones came earlier, and The Clash were more famous, but W.O.W. and The Plasmatics elevated Performance Art to extremes never equaled, before or since. This was mostly because no insurance company in their right minds would underwrite such theatrics now. She blew up cars on stage, she sledgehammered TV sets, while they were turned on, she even drove a school bus through a wall of televisions. That video was banned on MTV. Their Manager, Rod Swenson (MFA from Yale) believed in the Dadaist school which held that high art needed to be confrontational. Smashing televisions while ON television, now that's confrontational.

    One of their traditional stunts was to have Wendy chainsaw through an electric guitar while it was plugged in to the amps. This was usually during the guitar solo of "Butcher Baby". This was recorded on their first album, "New Hope for the Wretched".

    Title: Butcher Baby


    "Butcher Baby, they're gonna put you away!"

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/index.php?&ACT=50&fid=41&aid=150701_U9FYVak9ZHS7AeA6zsMF&thumb=1&board_id=1

    Cool! Nice job! The Fender Twin Reverb amp seems to have a little scaling issue, though. There's no way it would be that large compared to the Ampeg bass amps. Still cool, though!

    Dana

  • DorseylandDorseyland Posts: 724
    edited December 1969

    No discussion of the Punk subculture would be complete without mention of Wendy O. Williams and The Plasmatics ,,,

    No discussion of Wendy O Williams would be complete without mentioning the fact that she frequently wore nothing above the waist except shaving cream, and the late, great Wendy had what you'd call an Amazon body, not punk petite. I think the foamy boobs scared MTV more than the exploding TV sets.

    I had the outrageous pleasure of seeing the Plasmatics perform in Toronto and your entry brings back good memories, but if you want realism, the render should be a complete blur, with stuff vaguely seen flying around in all directions. At least that's what I remember, and my camera backs me up on that.

    Nice one, Slimer!

  • SlimerJSpudSlimerJSpud Posts: 1,174
    edited July 2014

    DanaTA said:
    No discussion of the Punk subculture would be complete without mention of Wendy O. Williams and The Plasmatics.

    ...

    "Butcher Baby, they're gonna put you away!"

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/index.php?&ACT=50&fid=41&aid=150701_U9FYVak9ZHS7AeA6zsMF&thumb=1&board_id=1

    Cool! Nice job! The Fender Twin Reverb amp seems to have a little scaling issue, though. There's no way it would be that large compared to the Ampeg bass amps. Still cool, though!

    Dana
    Interesting. I'll have to check that later. These are Music's props. Maybe the Ampeg's are supposed to be bigger?

    Edit: Yes, it appears the Fender is twice as big as it should be. I'll re-post an updated render later. Maybe I have to stick a Marshall in there! Posing that guitar cord is an effort, tho. Here's a quick test with better proportions:

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  • SlimerJSpudSlimerJSpud Posts: 1,174
    edited July 2014

    No discussion of the Punk subculture would be complete without mention of Wendy O. Williams and The Plasmatics ,,,

    No discussion of Wendy O Williams would be complete without mentioning the fact that she frequently wore nothing above the waist except shaving cream, and the late, great Wendy had what you'd call an Amazon body, not punk petite. I think the foamy boobs scared MTV more than the exploding TV sets.

    I had the outrageous pleasure of seeing the Plasmatics perform in Toronto and your entry brings back good memories, but if you want realism, the render should be a complete blur, with stuff vaguely seen flying around in all directions. At least that's what I remember, and my camera backs me up on that.

    Nice one, Slimer!

    Thanks! I never saw them in person, but I did see the Ramones at the Keystone Palo Alto. It was a TINY club. My ears rang for three days.

    Yes, I didn't mention the near nudity. The original version of this scene did have Adam Thwaite's breast tape prop instead of a bra! :bug: In one show (Pasadena???) she started out in full leathers and by the end of the show, she was down to sneakers, panties, and a bra that was coming undone at the straps.

    What scared MTV was the idea that some fool would "try this at home" and get killed. (Somebody named Wile E. Coyote?) In one video she climbs up on top of a moving school bus and jumps off right before it explodes as it crashes into a wall of TV sets. In another she drives a car off a cliff and escapes by grabbing a rope ladder hung from a small plane. Those two were initially run in a late night time slot, then pulled altogether. She did appear on national TV wearing shaving cream and clothes pins...

    The Damned video (school bus):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qbzvNoaVEs

    The original video of Master Plan with the chainsaw: (I preferred to use a mohawk rather than a leather hat):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2eynNh5xHM

    Thanks for the comments. Glad to have something really ON topic. :lol:

    Edit: Having stuff flying in all directions, with smoke, etc. would have probably required more purchased items. I did have one prop I considered using to make stuff appear to be flying off the chainsaw, but I could not locate the source of the prop.

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  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 11,346
    edited December 1969

    DanaTA said:
    No discussion of the Punk subculture would be complete without mention of Wendy O. Williams and The Plasmatics.

    ...

    "Butcher Baby, they're gonna put you away!"

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/index.php?&ACT=50&fid=41&aid=150701_U9FYVak9ZHS7AeA6zsMF&thumb=1&board_id=1

    Cool! Nice job! The Fender Twin Reverb amp seems to have a little scaling issue, though. There's no way it would be that large compared to the Ampeg bass amps. Still cool, though!

    Dana


    Interesting. I'll have to check that later. These are Music's props. Maybe the Ampeg's are supposed to be bigger?

    Edit: Yes, it appears the Fender is twice as big as it should be. I'll re-post an updated render later. Maybe I have to stick a Marshall in there! Posing that guitar cord is an effort, tho. Here's a quick test with better proportions:

    Yes, this image looks right. But the spirit of your entry isn't changed by this...I wouldn't bother altering it unless it really bothers you. I guess the judges or Music can be the final say on whether you need to re-do it. But I don't think it's necessary.

    Dana

  • luci45luci45 Posts: 2,270
    edited December 1969

    music2u4u said:
    Luci45 said:
    Haven't been here for a while and thought I'd drop in and see what is going on this month. Punk - sounds good to me! I will try something. :-)

    Do the free items using the paid-for items count toward the 10 required free items?

    WOW...hey Luci45...long time no see. Hope you are doing well. Good to see you up in here!

    **throws a chocolate cream pie and runs and hides under the bed!**

    :-)

    Hehe. Thanks. I am fine.

    **dodges pie and goes to look for a banana custard pie, then waits for him to come out.**

  • music2u4umusic2u4u Posts: 2,615
    edited December 1969

    No discussion of the Punk subculture would be complete without mention of Wendy O. Williams and The Plasmatics. Yes, the Sex Pistols and The Ramones came earlier, and The Clash were more famous, but W.O.W. and The Plasmatics elevated Performance Art to extremes never equaled, before or since. This was mostly because no insurance company in their right minds would underwrite such theatrics now. She blew up cars on stage, she sledgehammered TV sets, while they were turned on, she even drove a school bus through a wall of televisions. That video was banned on MTV. Their Manager, Rod Swenson (MFA from Yale) believed in the Dadaist school which held that high art needed to be confrontational. Smashing televisions while ON television, now that's confrontational.

    One of their traditional stunts was to have Wendy chainsaw through an electric guitar while it was plugged in to the amps. This was usually during the guitar solo of "Butcher Baby". This was recorded on their first album, "New Hope for the Wretched".

    Title: Butcher Baby

    Base model: V4

    Purchased:
    V4 Morphs++
    RDNA Stylez 8 Hawk Hair (No Longer Available)

    Special item category:
    1) http://www.sharecg.com/v/64146/browse/11/Poser/Graffiti-15-Cyclorama-texture freebie for the Daz Multiplane Cyclorama

    Freebies:

    2) http://www.sharecg.com/v/49144/gallery/11/Poser/Ampeg-SVT-bass-amplifier
    3) http://www.sharecg.com/v/49151/gallery/11/Poser/Ludwig-Drum-Set
    4) http://www.sharecg.com/v/49143/gallery/11/Poser/1972-Fender-Twin-Reverb
    5) http://www.sharecg.com/v/76711/browse/6/Texture/5-Seamless-Tiles - This one is my own, donated to the cause, 'cause I needed the asphalt.
    6) http://www.sharecg.com/v/34805/gallery/11/Poser/Kimber-for-Aiko4-and-morphs++ - Skin texture
    7) http://www.sharecg.com/v/49665/browse/11/Poser/Shadow-Warrior-for-V4 - hipster boots
    8) http://www.sharecg.com/v/27568/material-and-shader/Ultimate-Shader-Pack-for-DAZ-Studio - The George Haze Shader pack
    9) http://www.renderosity.com/mod/freestuff/?item_id=57624 - Secret Venus Number 3
    10) http://www.sharecg.com/v/48972/gallery/11/Poser/V4-S4-.-Spiked-Collar-and-Armwrists-Smartprops
    11) http://www.rdna3d.com/Halloween/Tr_Shock_Chainsaw.zip
    12) http://forum.runtimedna.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=314 - Shwaum's "Stratoblaster"

    Edit: I missed one:
    http://www.sharecg.com/v/30094/gallery/11/Poser/Ancient-Parts-Pieces - the stand the guitar is on is a stair turned sideways. :lol:

    Registration required on all sites above. The cord on the guitar going to the amp is a lost freebie that came with the microphone in the old Daz freebie site.

    "Butcher Baby, they're gonna put you away!"

    OMG! Slimer...you so crazy! That poor strat! This render rocks big! I am glad you like my models enough to destroy them, that's a compliment coming from PUNKS! When I was working with Alex Cooley productions in Atlanta, Ga in 1979, I got to work a show for the Plasmatics one night and I got to meet Wendy. She is a big ole' girl, tall. Her guys were chuckling about her ping pong ball trick...uhem!

    ENTRY ACCEPTED

    :-)

  • music2u4umusic2u4u Posts: 2,615
    edited December 1969

    DanaTA said:
    DanaTA said:
    No discussion of the Punk subculture would be complete without mention of Wendy O. Williams and The Plasmatics.

    ...

    "Butcher Baby, they're gonna put you away!"

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/index.php?&ACT=50&fid=41&aid=150701_U9FYVak9ZHS7AeA6zsMF&thumb=1&board_id=1

    Cool! Nice job! The Fender Twin Reverb amp seems to have a little scaling issue, though. There's no way it would be that large compared to the Ampeg bass amps. Still cool, though!

    Dana


    Interesting. I'll have to check that later. These are Music's props. Maybe the Ampeg's are supposed to be bigger?

    Edit: Yes, it appears the Fender is twice as big as it should be. I'll re-post an updated render later. Maybe I have to stick a Marshall in there! Posing that guitar cord is an effort, tho. Here's a quick test with better proportions:

    Yes, this image looks right. But the spirit of your entry isn't changed by this...I wouldn't bother altering it unless it really bothers you. I guess the judges or Music can be the final say on whether you need to re-do it. But I don't think it's necessary.

    Dana

    Accepted as is. No problems.

    :-)

  • music2u4umusic2u4u Posts: 2,615
    edited December 1969

    Luci45 said:
    music2u4u said:
    Luci45 said:
    Haven't been here for a while and thought I'd drop in and see what is going on this month. Punk - sounds good to me! I will try something. :-)

    Do the free items using the paid-for items count toward the 10 required free items?

    WOW...hey Luci45...long time no see. Hope you are doing well. Good to see you up in here!

    **throws a chocolate cream pie and runs and hides under the bed!**

    :-)

    Hehe. Thanks. I am fine.

    **dodges pie and goes to look for a banana custard pie, then waits for him to come out.**

    **sticks head out with mouth wide open and Adam Thwaites boobie tapes on because I love Bananna custard pie!**

    :-)

  • music2u4umusic2u4u Posts: 2,615
    edited December 1969

    Just a quick note to tell all the winners to please PM me with your email addresses you registered here with when you are chosen. That is correct, send them to ME.

    :-)

  • SlimerJSpudSlimerJSpud Posts: 1,174
    edited December 1969

    music2u4u said:
    No discussion of the Punk subculture would be complete without mention of Wendy O. Williams and The Plasmatics. Yes, the Sex Pistols and The Ramones came earlier, and The Clash were more famous, but W.O.W. and The Plasmatics elevated Performance Art to extremes never equaled, before or since. This was mostly because no insurance company in their right minds would underwrite such theatrics now. She blew up cars on stage, she sledgehammered TV sets, while they were turned on, she even drove a school bus through a wall of televisions. That video was banned on MTV. Their Manager, Rod Swenson (MFA from Yale) believed in the Dadaist school which held that high art needed to be confrontational. Smashing televisions while ON television, now that's confrontational.

    One of their traditional stunts was to have Wendy chainsaw through an electric guitar while it was plugged in to the amps. This was usually during the guitar solo of "Butcher Baby". This was recorded on their first album, "New Hope for the Wretched".

    Title: Butcher Baby

    ...
    "Butcher Baby, they're gonna put you away!"

    OMG! Slimer...you so crazy! That poor strat! This render rocks big! I am glad you like my models enough to destroy them, that's a compliment coming from PUNKS! When I was working with Alex Cooley productions in Atlanta, Ga in 1979, I got to work a show for the Plasmatics one night and I got to meet Wendy. She is a big ole' girl, tall. Her guys were chuckling about her ping pong ball trick...uhem!

    ENTRY ACCEPTED

    :-)

    Kind words, indeed! Actually, that's Shwaum's Stratoblaster she's sawing in half. I liked the sunburst on it, and it matched one she DID demolish. I was also toying with having her take a shotgun to the amps after sawing the guitar. She did that too...

    The version of "Jail Bait" they did with Lemmy and Würzel was pretty epic. 5 guitars on stage and her screaming over them all.

    Careful with those cream pies, fellas. Wendy might need them for more coverage! :lol: She appeared in some sleazy rag like Club or Celebrity under the title "Rocker's Knockers". :bug:

    One year for Halloween, I went as the Punk Nixon. Instead of the usual blue suit with envelopes of money and reels of tape hanging out the pockets, I wore tight black pants, a black leather jacket with road rash on it, a 1" wide black leather tie, and to top it off, a safety pin in Nixon's cheek. Dat was a hoot.

  • Lord GanthorLord Ganthor Posts: 592
    edited December 1969

    Punk? Does I rememba's Punk? #[email protected]% yeah, I rememba's Punk! Hey, I wuz right dere at da beginin' udda Punk Movement! I usta go down t'da clubs an' hang around wit allada big bands...Da Ramones, Da Clash...da Sex Pistols, when dey wuz in town. Never could unda'stands dem guys...dat awful accents, y'know...Oh yeah, we usta have some times, we did. Da booze, da broads, da saftey pins...Didn't last very long. It all went main stream an' everybody sorta lost interest, y'know...sucked alla'da life right outta it. Ah, dem wuz da days, y'know? Every once inna while I get out da ol' disks an' sorta reminise 'bout it. Dese kids t'day, dey just don't unda'stand dem days y'know? I wunda if dat ol' leather jacket dat Joey signed for me is wort' anyt'ing dese days?...Wendy...wow, like...yeah...who could f'git Wendy? Geeze, da stories I could tell ya 'bout Wendy 'n' me. But, dis bein' a family type fourm 'n' all I guesses I can't...Man...I still gotta few scars left over from chainsaw night...

    1.) Moustache 19th from Top.

    2.) Mitch Hair

    3.) Unforgiven for Aiko 3 Cigar Prop Only. Download Link on Right.

    4.) Mono-Culture Registration Required. Shirts and Clothing Elements.

    5.) SOTO's Bandanna for The Freak 4 Registration Required.

    6.) Punk/Grunge Hair for A3 V3/4 M3/4 Hiro and Staci Registration Required.

    7.) Cybertenkos Molotov Registration Required.

    8.) M4 Jewelry Pack Bracelets Only. Registration Required.

    9.) Safety Pin 24th Item from Top.

    10.) Airforce sunglasses Registration Required.

    11.) Wooden Crate with Apples Registration Required.

    12.) Trash Bin Bottom of Page.

    ...and, of course, dat @#%$! mutt Boston! 13.) Kirwyn BosTer2


    Paid For: M4 Cargo Shorts, M4 Basic Skin (?), No Longer Available: Harmony Discord Boots. The background is the old freebie The Bowery which is no longer available.

    As always, figure set-up in DAZ Studio 4.6 and final render in Bryce 7. No postwork save for addition of signature and copyright notice.

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  • kalazarkalazar Posts: 405
    edited July 2014

    I did this hope it shows the Punk theme.........

    Theoretical physicists study group at Cal Tech..........

    Appearances ARE deceiving

    1. Layton for M4

    2. 20 page Posable Book

    3. Francisca for V4

    4. Everyday Poses for M4

    5. Shorts for V4

    6. Textures for Wilmap's Genesis Shorts and Top

    7. Genesis Shorts & Tied Top

    8. Steampunk glasses for m4v4

    9. Black chair 6 down

    10.Tied top for v4

    11.Steam Punk for LD Stockings reg req free

    12.LD Stockings

    13.Espoir for V4

    14.Scandalous Shirt for M4 6 down

    15.Knit cap for M4

    16.Crystal necklaces

    17.Rug reg req Free

    18.G2Male Jeans reg req Free

    19.Props Pack - Fantasy Banquet Set 5 rows down reg req free

    20.Sofa 5 down free subscription req

    30.Cola Can This is the correct link

    31.Flip Plops

    32.Bajoran Earrings for M4

    33.Open book reg req Free

    34.Pizza and Box reg req Free

    35.Raven Mowhawk reg req Free

    Not counting:

    Background: My own photo of my alma mater Marquette University

    Cuffed Ankel Boots Not really visible in scene


    Paid for Items:

    SpikyLayered hair for V4

    Bookcase: Prop for a wizard's study

    (Edited to correct cola can link)

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  • luci45luci45 Posts: 2,270
    edited December 1969

    Punk? Does I rememba's Punk? #[email protected]% yeah, I rememba's Punk! Hey, I wuz right dere at da beginin' udda Punk Movement! I usta go down t'da clubs an' hang around wit allada big bands...Da Ramones, Da Clash...da Sex Pistols, when dey wuz in town. Never could unda'stands dem guys...dat awful accents, y'know...Oh yeah, we usta have some times, we did. Da booze, da broads, da saftey pins...Didn't last very long. It all went main stream an' everybody sorta lost interest, y'know...sucked alla'da life right outta it. Ah, dem wuz da days, y'know? Every once inna while I get out da ol' disks an' sorta reminise 'bout it. Dese kids t'day, dey just don't unda'stand dem days y'know? I wunda if dat ol' leather jacket dat Joey signed for me is wort' anyt'ing dese days?...Wendy...wow, like...yeah...who could f'git Wendy? Geeze, da stories I could tell ya 'bout Wendy 'n' me. But, dis bein' a family type fourm 'n' all I guesses I can't...Man...I still gotta few scars left over from chainsaw night...

    1.) Moustache 19th from Top.

    2.) Mitch Hair

    3.) Unforgiven for Aiko 3 Cigar Prop Only. Download Link on Right.

    4.) Mono-Culture Registration Required. Shirts and Clothing Elements.

    5.) SOTO's Bandanna for The Freak 4 Registration Required.

    6.) Punk/Grunge Hair for A3 V3/4 M3/4 Hiro and Staci Registration Required.

    7.) Cybertenkos Molotov Registration Required.

    8.) M4 Jewelry Pack Bracelets Only. Registration Required.

    9.) Safety Pin 24th Item from Top.

    10.) Airforce sunglasses Registration Required.

    11.) Wooden Crate with Apples Registration Required.

    12.) Trash Bin Bottom of Page.

    ...and, of course, dat @#%$! mutt Boston! 13.) Kirwyn BosTer2


    Paid For: M4 Cargo Shorts, M4 Basic Skin (?), No Longer Available: Harmony Discord Boots. The background is the old freebie The Bowery which is no longer available.

    As always, figure set-up in DAZ Studio 4.6 and final render in Bryce 7. No postwork save for addition of signature and copyright notice.

    Aw, jeez, I love dis one! Da Man does it again! %-P

  • SlimerJSpudSlimerJSpud Posts: 1,174
    edited December 1969

    Yeah, we rockin' now! :-)

    Lord Ganthor, are you sure the Ramones didn't punch you in the head a few too many times? Story goes when Johnny Rotten went to see the Ramones in London, they had to sneak him in the back way. He was afraid the Ramones would beat him up for sneaking into their show. Looks like your punk is an Anarchist too, lighting cigars from Molotov Cocktails. The punk dog really makes it!

    Kalazar, I'd say that's pretty accurate for Caltech. :lol: Caltech had it's punks and rockers too! When I was there, we had a great house band. That was before punk, tho. The most faithful depiction of Caltech culture was, of course, the movie Real Genius. I was there in the early 70's. That movie hit a little too close to home for me. No, we didn't burn holes in a wall with a laser, but...

  • DanaTADanaTA Posts: 11,346
    edited December 1969

    Punk? Does I rememba's Punk? #[email protected]% yeah, I rememba's Punk! Hey, I wuz right dere at da beginin' udda Punk Movement! I usta go down t'da clubs an' hang around wit allada big bands...Da Ramones, Da Clash...da Sex Pistols, when dey wuz in town. Never could unda'stands dem guys...dat awful accents, y'know...Oh yeah, we usta have some times, we did. Da booze, da broads, da saftey pins...Didn't last very long. It all went main stream an' everybody sorta lost interest, y'know...sucked alla'da life right outta it. Ah, dem wuz da days, y'know? Every once inna while I get out da ol' disks an' sorta reminise 'bout it. Dese kids t'day, dey just don't unda'stand dem days y'know? I wunda if dat ol' leather jacket dat Joey signed for me is wort' anyt'ing dese days?...Wendy...wow, like...yeah...who could f'git Wendy? Geeze, da stories I could tell ya 'bout Wendy 'n' me. But, dis bein' a family type fourm 'n' all I guesses I can't...Man...I still gotta few scars left over from chainsaw night...

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/index.php?&ACT=50&fid=41&aid=150916_PKdWewOT05Wm07nN0bjy&thumb=1&board_id=1

    :-P Great! Another classic! I love what you did for the mutt, too!

    Dana

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