So, like, you know, here's the thingy I've been working on.
3d thingy. Get your minds out of the gutter you perverts! 'Sides, you're blocking my view from the sewer.
The 3 critters were all done in DAZ and everything else done in Bryce 7 Pro.
Oh wait, here's a larger version, 1680 by 1050.
Getting Bristol to wrap around momma's tail took a while. There are over 65 individual segments to bend, twist, and wrap.
I think this captures the spirit of Lake Lucille quite well. Momma Sarah showing young Bristol just how to properly bully someone. What do you think?
Oh, here's another one you can click on to embiggen too.
Not including the time it took to learn Bryce and to figure out how lights work in Daz, the whole thing took a total of about 30 hours spread over a few days. 12 of that was rendering time!
Looks like spring may have actually arrived in South Oz! My peas now have 3 pods, many many more on the way, and I need to put more wiring up for the snow peas to climb. Just planted seeds for tomatillas and red capsicums (red bell peppers). Just about time to hit the garden centre at Bunnings and get tomato seedlings. My chillis are doing fine as they are perennial if you have the right variety, climate, and gardening skillz.
Strawberries, cucumbers, and basil are all on the list for planting this year. No need for rosemary as there is a monster rosemary bush in the yard. Also wild onions, chives, oregano, and plenty of sow thistle and dandelion leaves.
And a pool. Did I mention the pool? Maybe this will remind you: