Carrara Community Art Gallery - Show us your Renders!!!

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  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 14,968

    Thanks, SteveK.  I enjoyed kitbashing the elements for that one.  I have a relative who did a copy of the original, but using needlepoint.  See it at holidays, and thought it would make a good 3D project.

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 14,968

    Yes, yet another entry in the Daz+ contest.  Older content in Carrara.  Carrara hair includes the real fur for the millenium dog, the flat top hair for M4, and Swept Away for V4.  I suspect most of the items I cropped together for this are no longer available in the Daz store.  Had fun playing with Carrara fog, though.

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 14,968
    edited July 2023

    Koshini 2: The Farmgirl's Fairy Godmother.

    My final 2023 Daz+ Summer entry.  I promise.  I think the Koshini and Ichiro characters were made by Lady Littlefox for Poser, and sold through the old RDNA site.  It took a little work overcoming some rigging issues to get the Fairy dress working in Carrara, but most of the content has had no trouble.

     

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  • WendyLuvsCatzWendyLuvsCatz Posts: 37,550
    edited July 2023

    interior 

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  • UnifiedBrainUnifiedBrain Posts: 3,588

    WendyLuvsCatz said:

    interior 

     Great lighting and very rich textures, well done!

  • UnifiedBrainUnifiedBrain Posts: 3,588

    Diomede said:

    Koshini 2: The Farmgirl's Fairy Godmother.

    My final 2023 Daz+ Summer entry.  I promise.  I think the Koshini and Ichiro characters were made by Lady Littlefox for Poser, and sold through the old RDNA site.  It took a little work overcoming some rigging issues to get the Fairy dress working in Carrara, but most of the content has had no trouble.

     

    The whole series was kind of a surprise to me.  I know that some of these were done in DS, and some were not.  But my overriding impression is that you have stepped up your game.  yes  For sure, you are hitting my sense of esthetics stronger in a good way.

    I would get more specific, but probably start an argument. sad

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 14,968

    Thanks UB, for the up-the-game comment.  As for esthetic and cultural sensibilities, I am definitely an oddball, so no worries here.  Speaking of which, I was just thinking I need to finish the Beta Disintegrator model.  As for my recent flurry of Daz+ entry posts, I was hoping I did not start an argument by posting a couple that were rendered in Daz Studio, even if a lot of the modeling, etc was done in Carrara.  Often it is in the other direction, I model something in Carrara, use Studio's transfer utility etc as a free plugin to rig and weightmap it, then conform, pose, and render in Carrara. 

  • StezzaStezza Posts: 7,735
    edited July 2023

    yep, agree with UB @diomede the images you've been posting are wonderfull even the ones rendered in the software we do not mention... after seeing those though I had to listen to Bludging on the Blindside with Roy & HG to bring back some of my normality wink

    yes Great work

    now to see if loading images is working downunder 

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  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 7,430

    Steve K said:

    Diomede said:

    Abdication.

    And yet another entry in the Daz+ Summer Event.  Although I rendered this one in Daz Studio, I modeled a lot of items and kit bashed a lot of items in Carrara for the scene.  This is a tribute to a classic painting by Gavin Hamilton.  It depicts Mary Queen of Scots abdicating.  Interested people can find the original here.  

    Interested people can find the original Hamilton piece here.  https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/the-abdication-of-mary-queen-of-scots-138568

    Very nice. And that original painting is really impressive.  

    +1 yes

  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 7,430

    UnifiedBrain said:

    WendyLuvsCatz said:

    interior 

     Great lighting and very rich textures, well done!

    +1 yes

  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,174

    Diomede said:

    Yes, yet another entry in the Daz+ contest.  Older content in Carrara.  Carrara hair includes the real fur for the millenium dog, the flat top hair for M4, and Swept Away for V4.  I suspect most of the items I cropped together for this are no longer available in the Daz store.  Had fun playing with Carrara fog, though.

    Very nice, reminds me of all the horror movies where you think "Don't go down there!"  And the kind of thing that inspired the great "A Cabin In The Woods".   Roger Ebert (three stars out of four):  "You're not going to see this one coming ... One imagines the filmmakers chortling with glee as they devise first one bizarre development and then another in a free-for-all for their imaginations. They establish rules only to violate them."  My kind of movie.

    P.S.  That "older content" is where I live mostly.  When I look up many products, the "Product Page" is gone ... indecision

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 14,968
    edited July 2023

    Steve K said:

    Diomede said:

    Yes, yet another entry in the Daz+ contest.  Older content in Carrara.  Carrara hair includes the real fur for the millenium dog, the flat top hair for M4, and Swept Away for V4.  I suspect most of the items I cropped together for this are no longer available in the Daz store.  Had fun playing with Carrara fog, though.

    Very nice, reminds me of all the horror movies where you think "Don't go down there!"  And the kind of thing that inspired the great "A Cabin In The Woods".   Roger Ebert (three stars out of four):  "You're not going to see this one coming ... One imagines the filmmakers chortling with glee as they devise first one bizarre development and then another in a free-for-all for their imaginations. They establish rules only to violate them."  My kind of movie.

    P.S.  That "older content" is where I live mostly.  When I look up many products, the "Product Page" is gone ... indecision

    Thanks, SteveK.  Appreciate the comment.  Also, many of the product pages are missing for content in my projects as well.  There is a lot of good work to be done with legacy stuff.  yes

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  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 14,968

    Koshini the Dino Cowgirl.

    With my Carrara up and running again, of course I had to have more fun with older content.  The next monthly Daz+ theme is 'dinosaurs.'  Both the literal meaning and the idea that using some tech (a typewriter?) would be like a dinosaur.  My recurring characters, Koshini the epic heroine farmgirl and Ichiro the pampered romance novel cover prince, are working the annual stegosaurus drive.  Well, Koshini is working, the prince is...  laugh

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 14,968

    It occurs to me that my usage of Koshini as a heroine in a variety of settings and activities, paired with a relatively useless romance novel cover prince, aligns with the currently popular BARBIE movie.

    Here is rottentomatoes on the Barbie movie.

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/barbie

     

  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,174

    The drugstore magazine rack has always been an educational resource for young boys.  (An entry in a swimsuit render contest)

  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 284
    edited August 2023

     

    back again. I fell into a creative hole at the beginning of the year. It just didn't want to work anymore only after many months it was time for a new picture to be created.

    lost tempel in dschungel


    Ups Image uploading not working sad

    ok now from my webseit.  wink

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  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 7,430

    Khoe said:

    back again. I fell into a creative hole at the beginning of the year. It just didn't want to work anymore only after many months it was time for a new picture to be created.

    lost tempel in dschungel


    Ups Image uploading not working sad

    Welcome back !!!

    Image uploading work-around - https://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/comment/8239121/#Comment_8239121

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 14,968

    @Khoe, looks amazing.  Glad you got it uploaded (thanks again Bunyip).

  • Steve KSteve K Posts: 3,174

    Khoe said:

     

     

    back again. I fell into a creative hole at the beginning of the year. It just didn't want to work anymore only after many months it was time for a new picture to be created.

    lost tempel in dschungel
     

    Impressive, especially the lighting.

  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 284

    Steve K said:

    Khoe said:

     

     

    back again. I fell into a creative hole at the beginning of the year. It just didn't want to work anymore only after many months it was time for a new picture to be created.

    lost tempel in dschungel
     

    Impressive, especially the lighting.

    Thank you :)

     

  • Bunyip02Bunyip02 Posts: 7,430

    Steve K said:

    Khoe said:

     

     

    back again. I fell into a creative hole at the beginning of the year. It just didn't want to work anymore only after many months it was time for a new picture to be created.

    lost tempel in dschungel
     

    Impressive, especially the lighting.

    +1 yes

  • StezzaStezza Posts: 7,735

    Steve K said:

    The drugstore magazine rack has always been an educational resource for young boys.  (An entry in a swimsuit render contest)

    great image.. good luck with your entry..

    reminds me of a couple of foxy ladies we have down under who serve up baby cheeses yessmiley 

  • StezzaStezza Posts: 7,735

    Diomede said:

    Koshini the Dino Cowgirl.

    With my Carrara up and running again, of course I had to have more fun with older content.  The next monthly Daz+ theme is 'dinosaurs.'  Both the literal meaning and the idea that using some tech (a typewriter?) would be like a dinosaur.  My recurring characters, Koshini the epic heroine farmgirl and Ichiro the pampered romance novel cover prince, are working the annual stegosaurus drive.  Well, Koshini is working, the prince is...  laugh

    Your renders make me thinking of jointing Daz+ again but I'll wait till it's on special... great renders yes

  • StezzaStezza Posts: 7,735
    edited August 2023

    Diomede said:

    It occurs to me that my usage of Koshini as a heroine in a variety of settings and activities, paired with a relatively useless romance novel cover prince, aligns with the currently popular BARBIE movie.

    Here is rottentomatoes on the Barbie movie.

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/barbie

     

    cool.. reminds me

    I phoned a Radio Station today, to enter their mystery prize competition.

    The presenter answered and said, "Congratulations on being our first caller, all you need to do is answer the following question correctly, to win our Mystery Grand Star Prize"

    "That's Fantastic!" I called out in delight.

    "Feel Confident?" The presenter asked, "It's a geography Question."

    "Well, I've got a degree in Geography from Salford University," | proudly replied, "and I've taught Geography to A level students for the last 10 years"

    "Ok then, to win our grand prize of 2 VIP tickets to the premier of new Barbie Movie and to meet actors afterwards, what is the capital of France?"

    "Islamabad", I replied. wink

     

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  • StezzaStezza Posts: 7,735
    edited August 2023

    had a spare 5 minutes and put this together using some products from the Daz store from various vendors smiley

    The Cove

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  • cobuspcobusp Posts: 302

    Fun, isn't it? ;)

    Curious, not for large masses like grass, etc., but have you tried using the replicator simply to make a bunch of things and make 'real' instances from the result (from within Replicator)?

    It's Awesome for when we need a bunch of things that are Figures (cannot duplicate) because we can lay out a whole bunch, and after converting them to real instances, we can place them around the scene by hand. We cannot alter many of the things on them, like morphs, because they are still just instances. So if we need more variety, I use Fenric's Tree Duplicate to make several and make the changes I need, and then replicate them. Just Fun!

    Yeah - I've done it recently combining it with physics. It works great. I first replicated a physics-based object (cash bill), and after converting the replicator to real instances, let them fall down to the ground plane into a natural heap.

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  • cobuspcobusp Posts: 302

    I'm employing Carrara renders with Illustrator and Photoshop to create a vector-type style that I often see in editorial conceptual illustrations.

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  • KhoeKhoe Posts: 284

    Stezza said:

    had a spare 5 minutes and put this together using some products from the Daz store from various vendors smiley

    The Cove

    Nice image. :) 
    i like it 

     

  • DartanbeckDartanbeck Posts: 21,076

    Fantastic! I Love this thread!!!

    Keep Rendering!!!

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 14,968

    cobusp said:

    Fun, isn't it? ;)

    Curious, not for large masses like grass, etc., but have you tried using the replicator simply to make a bunch of things and make 'real' instances from the result (from within Replicator)?

    It's Awesome for when we need a bunch of things that are Figures (cannot duplicate) because we can lay out a whole bunch, and after converting them to real instances, we can place them around the scene by hand. We cannot alter many of the things on them, like morphs, because they are still just instances. So if we need more variety, I use Fenric's Tree Duplicate to make several and make the changes I need, and then replicate them. Just Fun!

    Yeah - I've done it recently combining it with physics. It works great. I first replicated a physics-based object (cash bill), and after converting the replicator to real instances, let them fall down to the ground plane into a natural heap.

    Cool use of physics.  yes  And nice job on the architectural vector style.  Double thumbs up.  yesyes

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