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michellemoore Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2007   Photographer
hehe, not bad indeed. I do enjoy the agapanthus and lilies... and waterfalls. I wish I could be her for but a moment!
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FlirtingFaerie Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2007
I love the feel of this! A simple country woman out in the woods to pick flowers. (Right?) So simple that it's elegeant in it's own way.
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Forestina-Fotos Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Lovely! :clap:
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arien Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007
Thanks for letting me know about this. She looks lovely, if a little sad... looks like there's a story behind this :)

As noted above, the contrast between the green and the red really brings up both. And true about custom morphs and dynamic clothing, although you could in theory just add the injection at the same frame you create the final pose, so the character morphs while moving and the cloth sim also deals with the stretching of the cloth to fit the new character.

One *minor* suggestion for next time you render the dress: remember to enable displacement. The pearls around the arms and the bodice of the dress will pop up and enhance the overall look :)

Great work!
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Tkrain Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I used to do my fitting morphs that way, but for many figures the outfit needs to contract (Aiko 19 being a good example, her hips are wider, but her waist is much smaller. By pre-fitting, I can have the cloth behave one way when fitting to the zero pose, and then behave the way it was originally designed in the production simulation.

Hmmm.. You know, I usually DO use displacement maps rather liberally... I can't believe I didn't think of it here... especially as I see the line in your readme file that says "remember to use displacement".

I guess the 2nd in the series which is rendering now will have to get re-rendered. LOL. Thanks for the look and the commentary!

Hmmm... you're right, she does look a little sad... perhaps it's because she's lonely. The image I'm working on will fix that, what's a forest without animals? :)
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RainforestElf Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2007
I love what the character is wearing. It looks so rich, and is a nice contrast to all the green.
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arien Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007
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Tkrain Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks! Yeah, this is one of the few times I haven't drastically altered the clothing texture. The dress was part of the 2006 Xmas giveaway (Asets Arts Christmas Dress). I did have to do a little customizing to the shape of the dress before running the cloth simulator (Aiko19 has a habit of breaking simulations on stuff prefitted to the standard Aiko, hehe).
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narmansk8 Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2007
whoa very nice great design
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Tkrain Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!
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