Monday, March 4, 2013

Photoshoot

Well it's been a while since I've updated, Chapter 6 in the works and should be done in about a week or so. In the meantime heres a little image set featuring the two characters from my very first blog post. The futa character in this set is having a photoshoot when she notices the photographer's cute assistant and invites her to join. This set has a total of 11 images and you can get it here: Download


12 comments:

  1. I liked it, just wish there was more with the assistant, the looks in her eyes were priceless.

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  2. There will be more of these two in the future. They may even get their own comic, or I might write them into SISFG. We'll see :)

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    1. It depends on how much time you have on your hands, too keep realism I'd say there own comic, but it's your universe and if futa's exist why not elves? :) lol

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    2. it's funny, I'd actually completely forgotten she has elf ears :P

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    3. Ha ha ha that's brilliant.

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  3. By the way I've been meaning to ask, what lights do you use, I've been trying to create soft shadows instead of dark ones, but have had not luck.

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    1. It's kind of complicated but all my scenes have 2 spot lights with shadows enabled and the shadow softness around 20-50%. But the trick is to select the walls/ceiling of the room in your scene and turn cast shadows: off. That way your spotlights don't actually have to be INSIDE the room, if that makes any sense?

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  4. Yeah tried that, but then the light doesn't go through the wall, so what other setting have you changed?

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  5. It doesn't? After setting cast shadows: Off, try looking THROUGH your lights. The object with shadows disabled should be invisible when viewing through your light source.

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    1. It's still coming up as a solid wall unless I turn it off.

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    2. Sounds like your walls might have two surfaces; one inner and one outer.
      If nothing else works, you can go to the surfaces tab, select a wall or ceiling and turn the opacity down to zero. Hope that helps.

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    3. Thanks I'll give it a try next time, I hope you like the new set.

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