3rd Annual It's Raining Men Picture Thread -- Entries and NAE Pictures

2456

Comments

  • 3dcheapskate3dcheapskate Posts: 2,600
    edited November 2017

    Second Entry (including re-purposed V4 clothing)

    Imposter In The Harem

    (I was trying out various items of V4 clothing on M4 waiting for inspiration. When I got to the Earane skirt a certain scene from Mel Brooks' History Of The World Part 1 came to mind...)

    - V4 Bootzhttps://www.renderosity.com/mod/bcs/the-bootz/56317/ ): Conformed to M4. His feet and toes poked through so I simply made them invisible.
    - V4 Earane skirt ( https://www.daz3d.com/earane-outfit ): Neither conformed nor parented. Just moved into position on the posed figure using the x/y/z translations and adjusted using the x/y/z scales on the body.
    - V4 Asesina vest ( https://www.daz3d.com/asesina-for-v4-a4 ): Neither conformed nor parented. Just moved into position on the posed figure using the x/y/z translations and adjusted using the x/y/z scales on the body.

    M4 is in a simple pose at the world origin to make it simple to 'fit' things. After 'fitting' the skirt and vest I made some further adjustments to his pose and morphs to improve the look of the 'fit', and went through a couple of iterations - adjust clothing, adjust pose/morph,repeat. If you look carefully you can see the bottom of his right shin is sticking out of the side of the boot, but due to the floor tiles behind you don't really notice. Except if I tell you.

    Of course, because the skirt and vest aren'tconformed or parented, when he decides to walk away only the boots will go with him...

     

    HaremImposter3.jpg
    874 x 1000 - 126K
    Post edited by 3dcheapskate on
  • scorpioscorpio Posts: 7,852
    edited November 2017
    scorpio said:
     
    scorpio said:

     

    How did you dothe subtle 'atmospheric glow' with bloom in the render settings or a post render filter? 

     

    Mainly postwork but the DOF done in DS helps.

     

    Post edited by scorpio on
  • nonesuch00nonesuch00 Posts: 15,613
    scorpio said:
    scorpio said:
     
    scorpio said:

     

    How did you dothe subtle 'atmospheric glow' with bloom in the render settings or a post render filter? 

     

    Mainly postwork but the DOF done in DS helps.

     

    Thanks, it looks really good.

  • scorpioscorpio Posts: 7,852
    scorpio said:
    scorpio said:
     
    scorpio said:

     

    How did you dothe subtle 'atmospheric glow' with bloom in the render settings or a post render filter? 

     

    Mainly postwork but the DOF done in DS helps.

     

    Thanks, it looks really good.

    You're welcome and thank you.

  • 3dcheapskate3dcheapskate Posts: 2,600
    edited November 2017

    NAE or Not an Entry

    I couldn't resist...

    Nasty Puddles

    NastyPuddles.jpg
    987 x 862 - 95K
    Post edited by 3dcheapskate on
  • nonesuch00nonesuch00 Posts: 15,613

    I figure I may as well submit this render to the contest although it turned out with not enough contrast on the two boxers as I had hoped would turn out on them. It is of the famous legend of the boxing kangaroo boxing a man hoax.

    Rob rumbles Roo?

    Rob rumbles Roo.jpg
    3840 x 2160 - 6M
  • Serene NightSerene Night Posts: 16,928
    edited November 2017

    I really like that one the posing is excellent  the man and the roo are posed perfectly. Was the boxing kangaroo thing a hoax? 

    Post edited by Serene Night on
  • nonesuch00nonesuch00 Posts: 15,613
    edited November 2017

    I really like that one the posing is excellent  the man and the roo are posed perfectly. Was the boxing kangaroo thing a hoax? 

    Kangaroos do box but I don't think any have ever actually boxed a man although I have heard stories that that was done at some old time circuses.

    I just searched that and it turns out that there are videos of modern people still boxing kangaroos which was a huge surprise. They are on youtube. Their hind leg kicks can be viscious. I wonder if they train them some how not to kick.

    Post edited by nonesuch00 on
  • Worlds_EdgeWorlds_Edge Posts: 2,036

    Great render @nonesuch00  Totally reminded me of this.  It's not funny in the beginning but gets funnier at the end:  

     

  • nonesuch00nonesuch00 Posts: 15,613

    Great render @nonesuch00  Totally reminded me of this.  It's not funny in the beginning but gets funnier at the end:  

     

    OMG! Dangerous! Cartoon boxing kangaroos are much safer!

  • DiomedeDiomede Posts: 12,495
    edited November 2017

    First Entry:

    King of the Road 

    (Nothing repurposed, is a Carrara entry)

    .

    Kong Composite 3.jpg
    1600 x 993 - 275K
    tt01 carrara screenshot kong.JPG
    1654 x 985 - 320K
    Post edited by Diomede on
  • ButchButch Posts: 781

    I really like that one the posing is excellent  the man and the roo are posed perfectly. Was the boxing kangaroo thing a hoax? 

    Kangaroos do box but I don't think any have ever actually boxed a man although I have heard stories that that was done at some old time circuses.

    I just searched that and it turns out that there are videos of modern people still boxing kangaroos which was a huge surprise. They are on youtube. Their hind leg kicks can be viscious. I wonder if they train them some how not to kick.

    They rear back on their tail and lash out with their back feet, which can disembowel their attacker.  They can be quite nasty.

  • nonesuch00nonesuch00 Posts: 15,613
    Butch said:

    I really like that one the posing is excellent  the man and the roo are posed perfectly. Was the boxing kangaroo thing a hoax? 

    Kangaroos do box but I don't think any have ever actually boxed a man although I have heard stories that that was done at some old time circuses.

    I just searched that and it turns out that there are videos of modern people still boxing kangaroos which was a huge surprise. They are on youtube. Their hind leg kicks can be viscious. I wonder if they train them some how not to kick.

    They rear back on their tail and lash out with their back feet, which can disembowel their attacker.  They can be quite nasty.

    That's what I read too. Definately not to mess with

  • SaphirewildSaphirewild Posts: 5,963
    edited November 2017

    Here is my first Entry: Nothing repurposed

    Titled: A Christmas Party

    A Christmas Party .png
    2000 x 1125 - 3M
    Post edited by Saphirewild on
  • Serene NightSerene Night Posts: 16,928

    very cool image Sapphirewild. like the men, the dog and the turkey!

  • SaphirewildSaphirewild Posts: 5,963

    very cool image Sapphirewild. like the men, the dog and the turkey!

    Thanks Serene coming from you that means a lot!!!

  • StezzaStezza Posts: 6,405
    edited November 2017

    Here is a Carrara Entry

    Title - Just One More

     

    meremaleSetup.jpg
    1544 x 847 - 176K
    One More.jpg
    900 x 675 - 511K
    Post edited by Stezza on
  • Worlds_EdgeWorlds_Edge Posts: 2,036

    Entry 2, Vamp Club.  Repurposed - 9 to 5 outfit  (shirt and belt for Genesis 3 F)

     

    Kern - Vamp Club.jpg
    2138 x 2250 - 3M
  • nonesuch00nonesuch00 Posts: 15,613

    Here is my next entry, a fascimile of a 1958 painting by Norman Rockwell called 'The Runaway'

    Well you might ask why the boy is running away from home. It is because his father is the dunce boxing a kangaroo at the circus in my earlier entry. 

    The Runaway 

    The Runaway.jpg
    3840 x 3840 - 5M
  • FishtalesFishtales Posts: 5,471
    edited November 2017

    Entry #1

    Lucas 8

    lucas-8-006.jpg
    600 x 600 - 195K
    Post edited by Fishtales on
  • FishtalesFishtales Posts: 5,471
    edited November 2017

    Entry #2

    Lucas 8

    Click on image for full size.

     

    lucas-8-007.jpg
    1200 x 1200 - 654K
    Post edited by Fishtales on
  • Worlds_EdgeWorlds_Edge Posts: 2,036

    Marc Entry #3

    IRM contest entry 3.jpg
    3385 x 2409 - 5M
  • Daywalker DesignsDaywalker Designs Posts: 3,435
    edited November 2017

    First Entry: Immortals Meet (Big fan of The Highlander, obviously)

    Immortals Meet.png
    1300 x 1000 - 2M
    Post edited by Daywalker Designs on
  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 2,895
    edited December 2017

    Something very simple for entry #2: Richard Crispin. NAE

    Richard.jpg
    1800 x 1800 - 1M
    Post edited by zombietaggerung on
  • ItsCeoItsCeo Posts: 456
    edited November 2017

    Let Me Love You

    All work done in Daz Studio 4.10

    Let Me Love You.jpg
    960 x 720 - 220K
    Post edited by ItsCeo on
  • barbultbarbult Posts: 17,302
    edited November 2017

    NAE - Not an Entry, just for fun

    OK, watch this.

    Boom!

    George character Hip Hop dForce render different clothes texture.jpg
    1600 x 2000 - 2M
    George character Hip Hop pose dForce render_001.jpg
    1600 x 2000 - 2M
    Post edited by barbult on
  • mal3Imagerymal3Imagery Posts: 628
    edited November 2017

    Entry #1 - Heterochromia

    Heterochromia - Blender.jpg
    670 x 871 - 161K
    Post edited by mal3Imagery on
  • SaphirewildSaphirewild Posts: 5,963
    edited November 2017

    Entry #2

    I could not decide which one I wanted to enter so here is 2 of the same render only one far away and one close up.

    Titles: A Surprised Inidian and A Surprised Indian Model

    A Surprised Indian Model.png
    1145 x 1854 - 3M
    A Surprised Indian.png
    1145 x 1854 - 2M
    Post edited by Saphirewild on
  • Carola OCarola O Posts: 3,759
    edited December 2017

    Entry #2 - Come on in... if you think you can handle it..

    comeonin.jpg
    1200 x 1560 - 239K
    Post edited by Carola O on
  • BronzeDragonBronzeDragon Posts: 179
    edited November 2017

    Second Entry

     

    Nothing repurposed.

     

    Yes Master Shen, I am finally ready to take, and pass, the test.

     

    yes master shen.jpg
    1600 x 2500 - 3M
    Post edited by BronzeDragon on
Sign In or Register to comment.