by: tomnishii

Tom »
Click and login to follow "Tom" new uploads

Portfolio | Gallery | More Art | Back
Added 4 years ago

I wanted to make the graphics which are swimming actually. However, expression of the water was difficult and has given it up this time. It is difficult …
more »

Keywords: Swimsuit, TY2, A3, V4
Gallery: 3d art
Tools: Adobe Photoshop, Poser
Categories: Characters, Female
Usage Rights: All rights reserved
log in to rate

Raters : 9
Views: 543

Feedback & Discuss Post a Comment
B.A.B.E.™® (3 years ago)Inappropriate?
Tom (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you very much. mehilov san. I love Terai Yuki2. I improve so that she becomes more cute.
mehilov (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
beautiful eyes...good portrait can turn...(sorry for bad english)
Tom (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
Ciao Nick san, Thank you for the nice advice for the water issue. You're truly right. There ware many water materials of precious splendid of HoBobo san. It may be interesting to using bones. Though it may take time, I will challenge a water issue little by little. Thank you Grazie.
Tom (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
Hi Ivy san, Thank you for the nice advice for the water issue. A lot of brushes of the Photoshop was sold when I watched Renderosity. In the case of a still image. I seem to get along well when I put a brush of the Photoshop and a water object together. In the case of an animation, a deception does not work, I think further more studies are necessary, whether we can do it in combination with more …
Nick Carter (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
It is true, Tom san, it is very difficult to make in Poser or Daz studio the movement and the color of water, maybe they can come in handy ,for static scenes, some props (Wakes) made available on Shareg from Spacebones, and to the "Water Material" some excellent HoBobo pictures.

Anyway great job!
Ivy (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
This are some Photoshop brushes at Daz and you could check out finks store at renderosity that may help you with the water issue your trying to solve, I know in animation I use poser physics to break water tension and add waves & droplets. but like you said its still rather challenging to work with water, over still a cute bunch of renders tom :)

© 2018 Internet Business Systems, Inc.
25 North 14th Steet, Suite 710, San Jose, CA 95112
+1 (408) 882-6554 — Contact Us
ShareCG™ is a trademark of Internet Business Systems, Inc.

Report a Bug Report Abuse Make a Suggestion About Privacy Policy Contact Us User Agreement Advertise