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Rainy day by Sedorrr Rainy day by Sedorrr
Again a rainy day in this cold city - time for a short rest to shelter from the rain.

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Renderer: DAZ Studio 4.5 Pro
Postwork: Photoshop

I tried to render this in a higher resolution, but this took too much RAM and time... Maybee I'll re-render it later.
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SwordOfJustice2007 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014
This is simply stunning.  This piece particularly caught my eye.  It really brings cyberpunk to life.

Cheers,
Sword
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genchang2112 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
This is gorgeous!  Makes me think of a cross between Blade Runner and Shadowrun!  Well done! :)
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Sedorrr Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:) I am glad that it makes you think of that, because this is where my inspiration came from!

Thanks!
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genchang2112 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You're perfectly welcome!  Keep up the excellence! :)
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SkylineStudio4 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
So any secretes on how you post worked your composition and what not? I'm not very skilled with post working. I use Poser Pro 2012, and can't really get much quality with it yet. Still trying to figure it out.
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Sedorrr Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No, there are no secrets. 

The only postwork at this image is for adjusting the color tone/contrast/sharpening and adding some photo effects (grain). Everything else is done with DAZ Studio (motion blur, rain/fog - which is a prop you can load into the scene and DOF)
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SkylineStudio4 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
So then I assume you're a master with lighting then? Because this certainly looks better than what I could ever achieve, then again I use Poser Pro 2012 and i'm struggling with getting decent results. That other piece you did with the Cyborg woman and male characters I have in my favorites does look beyond Daz's Capabilities. And adjusting the tone, contrast, etc is mostly what a lot of people do when post working to get better results than the default even though it's possible to get decent results without post working if you understand how to use lights really well and have high quality textures. I figured I would ask out of curiosity.
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Sedorrr Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No, not really a master - that are others. 

DAZ Studio has more power than most users think - they often forget that the render engine is 3Delight and which is used by professionals (see for example: www.3delight.com/en/index.php/… ). DAZ Studio isn't at it's limit, it's still at it's beginning of what you can do with it!

To be honest I haven't much experience with Poser lighting. I've done some renders with Poser which are okay, but I don't like how you set up the light with Poser - so I haven't looked more "under the hood" and I am sorry that I can't give you a hint how to do it with Poser.

The postwork steps are just the finishing, just to "extract" some details.
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SkylineStudio4 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Never would have thought of that. I had a feeling it was pulling some serious power though. Odd  since Daz is free and Poser isn't, Poser Pro is expensive as hell especially 2014 so I'm surprised that Daz gets the better rendering engine while poser uses crappy Fire Fly.
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Sedorrr Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
And DAZ Studio is in constant development - they add all over the year new features, update the renderengine and so on... 

I own Poser Pro 2012, there weren't much updates... next big "update" was 2014, which is - in my opinion - to expensive.
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