“Seduction” created with DAZ Studio

"Seduction" created with DAZ Studio

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Hi,

This is a new picture that I have created with DAZ Studio. I call it Seduction. It came about accidentally. I was actually just playing with having multiple different coloured spotlights hitting different figures (so each figure here has about three lights hitting it) and then playing with the specularity of the figures. You see, the impact of light and shadow upon objects fascinates me. I had very few props because I was not intending to publish it. And then suddenly I thought “Actually, a few changes and its not too bad!”

Hence:

seductress

Greg

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7 Comments


  1. I am really liking your posts on DAZ. I had never even heard of it until I started following your blog! I think this is great! I have a few children’s books I am wanting to publish and I could really use something like this to create the scenes for the pages. What I am doing right now would require me to have a huge photo shoot with lots of models. Thank you for all your posts on this!

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    1. Thank you Caroline! I am so stoked by your comment! (Is “stoked” just Australian slang or is it everywhere in the English-speaking world? Means “very happy”) I am truly glad that I have introduced you to DAZ and I would love to see what you do with it. :) I have a 10 year old daughter who appreciates beautiful art in books as much as myself. So we will be watching with delight :) Thankyou once more for visiting and commenting :) Greg

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  2. This is an impressive image, Greg! Part of its success is due to the contrast and lighting, and part is definitely the emotions of the characters.

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    1. Thank you very much! I used my background in amateur theatre (4 years in the 1980s LOL) to decide the poses that I felt would demonstrate emotion. Perhaps there is a future blog post in that! :)

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      1. That would be awesome =) In Russia, I don’t think any amateur theater even exists these days, apart from drama clubs for schoolchildren.

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        1. Really!?! That is sad considering Russia’s heritage in producing world-class playwrights.

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          1. Yeah, and heritage is the only thing Russia is so preoccupied with now. It’s as if the nation believes all the answers lie in the past, “traditional values” are the only things worth dying and killing for, and the future isn’t worth moving towards. Quite a sad state of affairs, if you ask me.

            We’ve got a lovely SF/F scene, though. It’s not considered “serious literature”, so it’s a bit underground, a bit punk rock in its attitude. Too bad those writers I plain adore aren’t big enough to get translated into English. I would love you and other online friends of mine to check their stuff out…

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