Mini Gallery - While the Gallery is Down

3Diva3Diva Posts: 11,009
I miss the gallery, and while I know they're working to get it back up, I thought it would be fun to start a little Mini Gallery to see what everyone has been up to. Please feel free to post your artwork here. I'd love to see what everyone has been up to with their renders. :)
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  • Dashing Through The Snow

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  • nemesis10nemesis10 Posts: 2,244
    edited December 2020

    I am having a ChangelingChick moment by rendering CC Elandor and CC Magnus:

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  • GordigGordig Posts: 3,648

    My Cabbages!

    Mutterly Love, for Llola Lane's monthly challenge thread (theme was dirty/clean)

    Downtime, for It's Raining Men

  • barbultbarbult Posts: 15,804

    I've been working mostly in Marvelous Designer 10, trying out the new Autofit feature and the incorporation of Substance SBSAR texture files. And of course, I still use UltraScenery a lot.

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  • GordigGordig Posts: 3,648

    Prowl

    "God damn it mom, not again!"

  • barbultbarbult Posts: 15,804

    Here's one I made with the free Holiday Hallway and a bunch of other miscellaneous unrelated stuff I got in a sale. There is no rhyme or reason to it.

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  • nonesuch00nonesuch00 Posts: 14,775

    Not much...I was debating making an entry for the It's Raining Men contest but decided I'd rather finish my house's DIY by Dec 31 instead. I'm that slow. I still may make an entry if I get my walls painted fast enough now that the floors are finished finally.

    I did make these attached below though since the gallery has been down. While I don't make much I find I do miss posting the occasion render there and seeing other's renders there too.

    I'm appreciative now that I have bought so many DAZ products and interactive licenses how I can put together a scenario pretty easily whether for single render, animation, or a game. Almost 1-Click art, really. I even got closer to that toddler's appearance on that old Van Halen 1984 album cover then I imagined possible pretty easily. It did still take a few hours to setup & pose each of the scenes not counting render times. If you count the way I will add an element to a scene, get bored & completely ignore DAZ Studio, leave DS open a few days, and get back in the mood again, these scenes all took anywhere from a few days to between a week and two weeks. 

    They are definately a reflection on the sophistication of iRay and the modeling talents of the PAs and original magazine ad illustrators that made the orginal pictures I used as I did no post except a Windows "Picture" filter on two of them (1984 (warm & brightness filter called "Sahara" I think) & Boys of Summer (a white vignette filter (called "Icarus" I think) which DAZ Studio actually has built in too had I realized then that I needed the white vignette filter (in Tone Mappings section) to make the scene look more old fashioned).

    The angel boy with the candy cigarettes is based on a painting by Margo Nahas, the couple on a date is based on a painting by famous western artist Charlie Dye, and the boys playing ball is based on illustration by famous ad illustrator J.C. Leyendecker although my render has much more detail than his illustration as I didn't try to match the render as closely on that illustration as I did the other two.

    Have a good weekend.

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  • Great idea, @3Diva. Here is a New Year card from me, using one of my latest Steampunk themed renders.

    Pour Féliciter 2021 to everyone.smiley

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  • BandoriFanBandoriFan Posts: 165
    edited December 2020

    I used a spotlight to normalize his color 

    Getting the hair to work with the hat was tough but I did it. I swapped out the boots with shoes and socks from the Gou Luk bundle

    I worked a lot on this one between dforcing the skirt and blazer and setting things just right including timeline poses to encourage specific folds and trying to get the leather looking polished but not too glossy. I had to hide so much stuff out of the camera's view.  I used lights from Boss Pro Lights 

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  • watchdog79watchdog79 Posts: 646
    edited December 2020

    @BandoriFan - Your images do not show for me.This is what I see:

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    The page you were looking for could not be found.

    EDIT: The images are there now.
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  • watchdog79 said:

    Great idea, @3Diva. Here is a New Year card from me, using one of my latest Steampunk themed renders.

    Pour Féliciter 2021 to everyone.smiley

    Aww that was sweet! The lighting works really good with the outfit 

  • 3Diva3Diva Posts: 11,009
    edited December 2020

    I'm loving the renders! You all are awesome! :D

    Here's one of my latest.

     

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  • IvyIvy Posts: 6,734

    Geat Idea Diva, How fun :)

    here a couple of mine from a test scene for a animation.

     

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  • barbultbarbult Posts: 15,804

    Ivy said:

    Geat Idea Diva, How fun :)

    here a couple of mine from a test scene for a animation.

     

    That will be an interesting video. I like the way you have the dust flying up. Can you animate that? 

  • IvyIvy Posts: 6,734
    edited December 2020

    barbult said:

    Ivy said:

    Geat Idea Diva, How fun :)

    here a couple of mine from a test scene for a animation.

     

    That will be an interesting video. I like the way you have the dust flying up. Can you animate that? 

    The desert is by Hamelons at rendo.  the FX tool is  called "dust and trail" tool by nerds3d I got it a while back when nerds use to be here at daz , easy to set up and render.   it does a great job at making dust trails it still works great in daz 4.12.0.86 it was made for 3delight but I rework the textures for iray its a great fx tool for animations within daz . could use a update to the materials though they appear black unless you make them emissive for iray

    this is a screen shot of the scene and how it sets up I took this froma dual monitor set up so it a pretty big image you may want to click it see it better

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  • barbultbarbult Posts: 15,804

    Ivy said:

    barbult said:

    Ivy said:

    Geat Idea Diva, How fun :)

    here a couple of mine from a test scene for a animation.

     

    That will be an interesting video. I like the way you have the dust flying up. Can you animate that? 

    The desert is by Hamelons at rendo.  the FX tool is  called "smoke and dust" tool by nerds3d I got it a while back when nerds use to be here at daz , easy to set up and render.   it does a great job at making dust trails it still works great in daz 4.12.0.86 it was made for 3delight but I rework the textures for iray its a great fx tool for animations within daz . could use a update to the materials though they appear black unless you make them emissive for iray

    this is a screen shot of the scene and how it sets up I took this froma dual monitor set up so it a pretty big image you may want to click it see it better

    Thanks for the information. Be sure to post a link to the video when it is done. 

  • BandoriFanBandoriFan Posts: 165
    edited December 2020

    Noemi renders. I'm experimenting with different shader settings 

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  • ColiazColiaz Posts: 11

    The gallery is coming soon!

    Something simple I threw together.

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  • Here is the latest version of a scene I have been working on. It takes place in my own Steampunk themed world. 

    Breeze

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  • barbultbarbult Posts: 15,804
    edited December 2020

    This is a combination of Zelara and Sydney. The dress was made in MD and the "leggings" are just a shader applied to a geoshell. I like the messy hair, which is Various Age Bob Hair.

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  • barbultbarbult Posts: 15,804
    edited December 2020

    Thanks @Mattymanx for the new eyes and @Lyoness for the new makeup. And thanks for supporting both genders!

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  • nemesis10nemesis10 Posts: 2,244
    edited December 2020

    I am still enjoying the cyberpunk stuff;

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  • GordigGordig Posts: 3,648

    Big Softy

  • LyonessLyoness Posts: 1,383

    barbult said:

    Thanks @Mattymanx for the new eyes and @Lyoness for the new makeup. And thanks for supporting both genders!

    My pleasure.... gotta keep expanding the repertoire!

  • IvyIvy Posts: 6,734

    barbult said:

    Thanks @Mattymanx for the new eyes and @Lyoness for the new makeup. And thanks for supporting both genders!

    yes 

  • IvyIvy Posts: 6,734

    Wrong side of the fence.... Again!

  • IvyIvy Posts: 6,734
    edited December 2020

    Gordig said:

    Big Softy

    That is actually very touching. Nice job. and great idea

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  • BandoriFanBandoriFan Posts: 165
    edited December 2020

    nemesis10 said:

    I am still enjoying the cyberpunk stuff;

    Woah that's really cool! The hair and light are pretty good 

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