Mother of Dragons

June 19, 2016

 

My latest render is Mother of Dragons.  I've been really into Game of Thrones lately and we've been catching up on the entire season over the last month or so.  I didn't have HBO when it first came out so I tried not to care that I was missing out but now... OMG!  Best show next to Outlander!  And that's saying something for someone who watches Stargate Atlantis damned near every day.  I know everyone is carrying the banner for Jon Snow but I think Peter Dinklage's character, Tyrion, is my favorite.  

 

As for the image, it's not exact, obviously.  The dragon is slightly different as is the coloring but I just wanted to be creative and wasn't going for exact.  I didn't feel like taking the time to re-do a whole new dragon texture or alter the existing one that came with this dragon model.   I used to hate rending stuff right out of the box (so to speak).  I felt that for it to even be considered "art" that I had to contribute more than just composing the image, textures, poses, lighting and render settings.  I would create textures and model small elements to add credibility to what I saw was the right to call it "art".  Even though I postwork all my images in Photoshop, adding shadows, etc. I felt that anyone with the same program could do the same.  I don't believe that to be true anymore.  While Poser is not Maya, Truespace or Max, and tends to be looked down on by serious 3D artists who do this for a living, I've seen people who can absolutely make the program sing with their final renders.  It's like taking photos with a point and shoot vs a DSLR.  Yes, a DSLR has more bells and whistles and possibilities but it won't turn anyone into a photographer if you don't have the eye.  

 

Everyone enjoy Fathers Day!  I'm off to lunch and shopping with my husband and dad.  :) 

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