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  • I'm here just because of my fascination with the virtual arts and porn, lol. I was bound to discover 3DX. While checking out G4E before it's release I started browsing these forums. I found I liked the people that run this site and wanted to support the work featured here. So I have stuck around just to see what people post, see how Miro's latest project is going and chat about random cool/crazy/sexy things. I've dabbled a bit in making 3DX enough to know how much work is involved with just posing and setting lights and render settings, but for the most part I just like watching this unique form of digital erotic art grow and evolve.



  • ….I am here because this group of artists is the absolute best that I have seen anywhere! I was initially worried about asking any advice ....figured that a relative-newbie like me might get hammered...but the pros here have been really friendly and helpful! It is great to belong to this Forum....and I am very honored to be here learning and fine-tuning my renders! Thanks everyone!



  • The Last Psychiatrist:

    Part of the reason work and home keep mixing despite our professed desires is that that's how Americans were taught to see an aspirational adult life. In every TV show and movie after Leave It To Beaver the gimmick has always been that the protagonist's job and personal life overlap– doctors in love, CIA agents defending their family, late nights at the office trading zingers or abuse stories. While we no longer think we want the overlap, the shows reinforced the false psychology that a person is something, all the time and everywhere, and the backdrop world "sees" it, accepts it. This applies just as much to negative depictions of work/life overlap, e.g. the obsessed cop whose wife is now divorcing him because of the job: the point isn't that the overlap is "good", that's not the aspiration; the point is that the structure of these depictions represents the fundamental narcissistic fantasy: a fixed and clear identity-- a character-- seen by a potential audience. This is why home is not relaxing: we are working to not let it be all that we are.

    Simpler. shorter version: Think of when you see someone on TV or read about them in an article, vs meeting someone in person. If something happens or someone did something, the person is only known by one facet: "Father does X", "Nurse does Y", "Z happened in Teacher's classroom". Meet them in person, not so much.

    Or even simpler: Kid sees teacher at the supermarket and realizes the teacher exists outside of the classroom.

    I'm interested in the perverts behind the perverts.



  • @'Morfium':

    @'Blain':

    Well after getting a job here in November last year I started seeing how people were making the 3d naughtyness and after asking a few questions on what kind of programmes people were using I started to have a play around and watched a bunch of youtube videos then things started to come together, basically it's all Miro's fault ;) lol

    That is how you get here, and why are you here?:rolleyes:

    That's easy Boobies :P



  • @'Blain':

    Well after getting a job here in November last year I started seeing how people were making the 3d naughtyness and after asking a few questions on what kind of programmes people were using I started to have a play around and watched a bunch of youtube videos then things started to come together, basically it's all Miro's fault ;) lol

    That is how you get here, and why are you here?:rolleyes:



  • Ah, heard of here in other places on the net. The porn part is ok, I can go either way on that, as odd as that sounds. But I have read a few things here since I have arrived and I can see I will be plundering the help and advice section for what has already went by to assist me in improving my work.

    At this moment, my graphics computer is down. The vid card fried. I'm waiting around, twiddling my thumbs waiting on the new cards to come out this month. After that I'll make a trip to buy parts to upgrade my computer into something that won't be quite so limited as it is now.



  • Well after getting a job here in November last year I started seeing how people were making the 3d naughtyness and after asking a few questions on what kind of programmes people were using I started to have a play around and watched a bunch of youtube videos then things started to come together, basically it's all Miro's fault ;) lol



  • Epoch is to blame for my being here lol after I stumbled upon a render of his Clara Ravens character early 2012 I was instantly impressed and wanted to see more. Thus began my search for more artwork like that which lead me here. Saw a bunch of artists awesome work which made me want to craft some of my own. Like Jbtrimar I dont post here to gain a larger audience because I think that would require an audience to start with lol I just like to share what I make here since this is where it started for me. I also like seeing what other artists are up to here. Its also great to have so many talented artists that dont mind throwing out tips and tricks here as well. Its a great community.



  • For myself, I showed up from the promo renders and ended up being one of the first folks to post his work here. I don't post to gain a bigger audience because not many folks are really here to find new work, just to wait for Miro's releases (read the DLC thread to see all the people trying to get their own fetishes completed for free).

    I stay because I myself like helping folks with Poser questions when I can. I like seeing what Blaine and HZR have going on and I used to be interested in the research MattHacker used to do (although he hasn't posted since October).



  • Keeping up with people works, and finding threads with interesting discussions.



  • Mostly to keep up with Miro's work.



  • Been here since 01-03-2012 (according to User CP), saw miros work elsewhere, was impressed, came here, haven't left since :D



  • I initially came here because I liked the promo renders that miro did for his very first series, after he posted these at Renderotica. The site looked elegant and when I saw there is a forum with a guest artist section I thought it might be a good idea to pop in a few images and reach more people, and get a bit more known around the 3dx scene.

    Turned out to be a good idea, even though I took a while to finally put anything worthwhile into the store :)

    I like the forum and the bunch of artists that have joined here over the years. Everyone seems to improving at a good pace and its nice to be able to share your own stuff, get feedback on it, and be able to offer your oppinion and help to others aswell.



  • Watch and learn:
    We have an amazing panel of creators, from rookies to pro, all available for advice & constructive criticism.

    Lusty unanymous:
    We all share a lust for naked flesh, be it vertex or real. We dont agree on everything and that produces long interresting threads. There is wits, there is passionate investment, there is a sense of community.

    We have freaking DrManhattan !


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