Greetings all, and welcome to my little demented den of...stuff. if your under the age of 18 (or higher depending on country) please leave now. This site is adults only.
Images here are going to be of an adult nature involving women (both willing and able) with monsters and aliens (yay for alien sex). No aliens or monsters were hurt in the creation of these images, all of the participating parties are of age (and fictional!). :D
I am sure most of you know by now, but if you don't Sumuner is having a contest spanning many blogs. The idea is to be the first to find an image hidden on one of our blogs, earning you the right to name the character.
I for one want to apologize for the lack of communication as of late. I have fallen behind responding to emails and comments. as I am neck deep in finals atm. I hardly have time to think, let alone sleep. Its one big mess, but I am trying to work through it. Needless to say there wont be a serious update for a while.
As you also know, I am not a fan of making posts with no eye candy in it. So here are a couple of images I managed to complete before shit hit the fan.
So my quest for a new rendering engine has finally ended, and I have decided to go with Octane. It cost me an arm and a leg for the plugin, the software, and the extra video card, but it was worth every penny. VRay while faster in rendering (overall) takes an eternity to set up. With a learning curve akin to K2, I spent hours in the material room fiddling with settings that didnt port over properly, or textures that had to be reworked.
A large part of the reason for me using poser was ease of use. As you all know I dont have a whole lot of time. So you can imagine how excited I was when I downloaded the Octane demo saw an immediate improvement in quality. A few more tweaks, and I was well beyond what 2 years of poser could do. The only issue was that it was quite an investment for a poor college student. So I mulled it over, and after talking with my bro Gazukull I finally cracked and went for it.
I haven't been this excited since I started this hobby...
So here we have a render from one of my upcoming redo's. The one on the left is a Firefly Render, on the right Octane. Granted the one right isnt finished yet, (still has noise in some areas) it is a definite improvement. Whats really cool (geek out time), is that there are no "lights" so to speak in this image. Octane uses light emitters. I targeted the light texture of the ceiling and turned it into an emitter powerful enough to light the whole room. How cool is that!?
Also the glass table in poser looks opaque and non reflective. Where as in octane it actually looks like glass, reflects light correctly on its surface, and refracts along the edge.
Here are a few more test renders. I'll be posting the Alien invasion submissions this weekend. Big shout out to Gazukull for the all the help!
Also for you Juli fans, I have re-uploaded some of the later sets (before Minus deleted my account), on her page.