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Guard

Been playing. Poser render, postwork in Photoshop. Full view here. Had a great day with Ricardo and friends Nico and Mariska at the Lowveld Botanical Gardens today. It’s been a cold rainy week and today was just glorious sunshine – of course I look a bit...

Desert Breath

Vue render with a tiny bit of Photoshop postwork. It’s been ages since I had the time to even consider working on a pic – finally stole a few minutes today and completed this one. Full view here. Been very busy with cutting work and shop work etc etc. And...

Fan page on Facebook

Just to be funny I created a fan page for Leo Graphic Design on Facebook – I’ll post images of the goodies I cut there – that way I can promote my cutting work without cluttering my personal blog with it. As if this blog can’t do with some...

Found on Forest’s Edge

I keep forgetting to post my images here when they’re done. This one is a Vue render of some Poser figures postworked with Dogwaffle and Photoshop. Full view here. Been rather busy with cutting work and shop work and a personal life (finally). Things to do and...

Egret

I wanted to work on this all week and only got time for it today… Modelled the set in Amorphium. Rendered it in layers (background, plants, bird) in Poser. Drew background plants with Project Dogwaffle. Then combined the lot in Photoshop and played a little šŸ™‚...

Manitou

This one is a nice mix of programs again. I posed the figure in Poser, imported into Vue where I had to work very hard on textures for the clothing and props. Vue took care of the landscape, plants and sky. I then took the render to Photoshop for retouching and...

Still Flyin’ 2

An update of my Still Flyin’ pic – I wanted to extend the island into the water, and the atmosphere wouldn’t cooperate so it became something else entirely. But I think it looks nice anyway, Full view...

African Grey

Vue render, rather a lot of postwork to smooth out feathers. Full view...

Still Flyin’

Vue render ā€“ took a while to get the render settings just right, but Iā€™m quite happy with the end result. Using the awesome Spitfire model by Anders Lejczak Full view...