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I haven’t posted anything with Candy in a whole year. Well, there she is.
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This shot is from a scene I built back in December 2013. I dug it out and added lights last month, and rendered this image just to have a filler render for days I didn't get something new done.

I'm not happy with that skirt. This could be a decent scene with different clothes. Oh, well, I'm out of time!
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I may come back to this design.
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Sorry for not updating much.
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Experimenting with lighting today, having a hard time.

Tall ladies

May. 2nd, 2015 02:31 pm
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Kayce and Candy are both very tall. Sometime I'll have to stick them in a scene with the short folks (like me) so you can really see what I mean.
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I considered taking Saturdays off, but today I decided it was better to post something than to post nothing.
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I started to reset Candy’s hair to its old style, as it’s been a while since Christmas. But it’s a new year, so I changed it up a bit.
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Did I say I was done with this Elf Rally stuff? I spoke too soon. But this is the last one.

Happy New Year, everyone.
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Somehow this concept swallowed up my last four posts of 2014. Anyway, I guess it's done now, and I can go back to my more realistic work.
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I was trying to do a strip for today, but started late and have had a lot of trouble with just the first panel. And it wasn’t that great a strip idea!

So here’s a sort of outtake.
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So, I don’t typically do this kind of fantasy—

How many lamia images did you do this month?

—anyway, another 3d artist I know on deviantART did a render for this group, and the group’s name is, I kid you not, “Busty-Elves.” And yes, it is exactly what it sounds like.

Is this a thing on dA now? Groups organized around a specific concept like that?


Anyway, I had no elf characters, but I thought of doing some kind of traditional Scandinavian elf—with the hole in the back—as a joke. I don’t know if they would have gotten the joke. I may still try that though.

For now, though, I’m just experimenting with giving one of my characters elf ears.

Is there a reason I’m naked in a tree?

It seemed like an elf thing to do.
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Well, it’s noon somewhere!

It’s been a rough few days. I may have to change my noon deadline, or work farther ahead.
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Not really what I planned to be posting either for my birthday, or at the end of the month, but that’s all right.

I downloaded Tempest’s “Maturing V4 Morph Pack” about three years ago. I finally installed it, after putting off installing it for that long. Without it, I’ve had issues trying to show bodies aging, like getting necks to wrinkle and so forth.

Well, I have it now. This is a subtle use of it (and a few other morphs) to show Candy as she may look when a bit older.
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I used to think when I was younger that I would like to have straight hair that just fell smoothly to my shoulders. But somehow it just looks wrong now. Not me after all, I guess.
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This was meant to be the actual main Bunny Day image. I was going to have it below the strip with the band singing "Broken Wings.'

I had most of the outfits put together before Easter, and then decided to get the band's scene done first. I thought I might be two days late with this, but then I created a new character to be one of Katie's friends, and then I wondered if I should even bother, and I stopped working on it.

And now it's a week late. This is close enough to what I wanted, I'm just posting it like this. I guess I can go back and stick a few more characters in later.

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