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  • @'fatcat22able':

    For this image, I was going for a stylistic shift from what I usually do. This one's a bit more subtle, with muted, warm colors and an added sense of realism. I call it "Taming the Queen". Fantasy genre. Hope you enjoy!

    Looking good!

    I really like your F-stop/DOF use here.

    One thing, her left toes appear to be off the ground here.

    If you don't mind me making a suggestion too, she looks a bit expressionless. Maybe open her mouth up a bit as she's moaning in pleasure.



  • @'fatcat22able':

    Hey there! I'm currently running a GTX 1070, but I was running a GTX 940M before. Yes, I was rendering on a notebook, and yes it's a terrible idea. No, you should NOT do what I did.

    I'll preface by saying that depending on the quality settings for your render as well as the complexity of the scene, the render time can vary quite a bit. But to answer your question, a scene that would've taken 8 hours or more to render on my notebook takes less than 2 hours to render on my new computer. Personally though, I do most of my rendering at night time anyway so I can wake up and upload a fresh image, so for me the difference between 2 hours and 6 hours isn't that important. In fact, even for the images I render now, I crank up the render quality really high and set the maximum time to 8 hours so I'll get as sharp an image as possible. Usually I see 6 to 7 hour render times with this setup, so you can get an idea of the power behind this graphics card if I'm intentionally putting it under heavy load and it still falls within the 8 hour cutoff. The GTX 1080 is a great card, but I personally feel like the 1070 is a better bargain, though that depends on what other stuff you'll want to do besides rendering.

    Thanks. I installed Poser 8 on a laptop a few years ago just to see how it worked, and yeah, not well. :(

    I really like the depth of field you used on your last image, that's something I've not attempted in Studio yet…



  • For this image, I was going for a stylistic shift from what I usually do. This one's a bit more subtle, with muted, warm colors and an added sense of realism. I call it "Taming the Queen". Fantasy genre. Hope you enjoy!



  • @'mateo250':

    Impressive work. I'm looking into upgrading my graphics card as well, likely a 1080 GTX. I'm currently running a 680 GTX. What card were you running before, and what kind of speed improvement have you seen?

    Hey there! I'm currently running a GTX 1070, but I was running a GTX 940M before. Yes, I was rendering on a notebook, and yes it's a terrible idea. No, you should NOT do what I did.

    I'll preface by saying that depending on the quality settings for your render as well as the complexity of the scene, the render time can vary quite a bit. But to answer your question, a scene that would've taken 8 hours or more to render on my notebook takes less than 2 hours to render on my new computer. Personally though, I do most of my rendering at night time anyway so I can wake up and upload a fresh image, so for me the difference between 2 hours and 6 hours isn't that important. In fact, even for the images I render now, I crank up the render quality really high and set the maximum time to 8 hours so I'll get as sharp an image as possible. Usually I see 6 to 7 hour render times with this setup, so you can get an idea of the power behind this graphics card if I'm intentionally putting it under heavy load and it still falls within the 8 hour cutoff. The GTX 1080 is a great card, but I personally feel like the 1070 is a better bargain, though that depends on what other stuff you'll want to do besides rendering.



  • Impressive work. I'm looking into upgrading my graphics card as well, likely a 1080 GTX. I'm currently running a 680 GTX. What card were you running before, and what kind of speed improvement have you seen?



  • Hey, we all have our gripes, and the fact you have your back and forth about yours means you care enough to put thought into it. Breaking the norm a bit without going off into bizarre territory that often kills it for any other purpose than being bizarre–good approach.

    Mimicking Daz3D but for pr0nz? I sense...The TROLLFACE is strong in this one!



  • Nice work fatcat, you got some nice hotties! Welcome to the fold :)



  • A follow up to the previous image. This time, her younger sister joins in on the fun!



  • Nice work! I like your approach of trying to go against some of the rather predictable conventions of 3d erotic art and subverting the DAZ3D promo style. These conventions often lead me to feel I am just seeing yet more of the same with little originality being shown which doesn't help the rep of 3d erotica any more than the repetitive monster-on-elf genre.



  • This last one is a bit of a funny story. I'm sure you all have gone to the DAZ3D marketplace for 3d content. Well, one day, I was browsing through the promotional images of some products (I forgot what they were) and it hit me. Many of these promotional pictures look very similar. They all use a composition that focuses the eye toward the product in question, and they use a bright, almost over-exposed background that's blurred, through the camera's depth of field, in order to intensify more focus onto the product. I thought it'd be pretty funny if I mimicked the DAZ3D promo pictures into something that contained nudity :D :D, since while DAZ3D's products have the best-looking promos, the site doesn't allow nudity or explicit sexual content to be shown.

    All I need now is for someone to Photoshop the Daz Studio Iray Render watermark (only given to content creators) onto it! If you actually want to help me out, the .psd file for the watermark is here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/acgfdvbpgrw1q8z/MEC4D_Iray_watermark.zip?dl=0

    An official DAZ3D merchant uploaded it in the forums with this Dropbox link. If you want to help me out, I'd be very thankful! I'd prefer for the watermark to be near the bottom-right hand corner of the image.



  • This one is a sci-fi close up shot. I was playing around with different kinds of composition and came up with this render. I call this one, "Chaotic Neutral".



  • I tried my hand at rendering a hardcore scene for the first time. I was hesitant at first since 3d art is plagued with the "elf girl vs big-dick-monster-thing" cliche, or some variant of it. I could go into my personal qualms against this kind of thing, but that wouldn't be very relevant to this thread. Basically, that kind of material gives 3d art, not just erotic 3d art but all 3d art in general, a bad reputation, and I wanted to stay away from furthering that stereotype. But hardcore eventually grew on me, and I eventually took it as just another form of 3d art. Regardless, I wanted to do a kind of humorous subversion of the common erotic 3d tropes.

    The title of this image is "Annoying Older Sister". The dude is just trying to finish his set of crunches, yet the girl just won't stop getting on top of him. You can imagine that he's pissed off. :P



  • Another one featuring the Engineering student. She created a clone of herself, who she plans on using for various "experiments"… ;)



  • Another 2-in-1! It's about an Engineering student who goes to a sorority hazing party. One of the rituals is to ride a huge dildo as easily as possible. Our student in question just takes it like it's another Tuesday, surprising everyone there.



  • My next render is actually a 2-in-1 of a green-haired elf lady, an "on-off" if you will.



  • I then tried my hand at a science-fiction scene. Here it is! Her name is Kazumi ;)



  • I recently got a new computer for rendering. It uses the GTX 1070 graphics card, and this render was a test of speed. Let me tell you, a new graphics card works wonders for render times.;


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