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Again, let me know if anything you see here has rules against being used for stock and I'll take it down.

I used Daz3D and V4. Face is custom. Hair is Coiffure Celeste. Eyes are from Luna (I think). The pose is from "Mystical Sorceress". I would normally make my own pose, but this one was too cool :B

I like this version of this character better. Seems to fit her more. I'm putting mature up since she's basically naked.

>.< Fitting clothing is so hard in Daz3D with a custom body...but I'm working on it, so maybe soon!
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lamouchejohn Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2011
awesome!
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VisualPoetress Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2010   Digital Artist
I used it here :) [link] thank you :)
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TR-the-Animator Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009  Professional Filmographer
What's Daz3D and V4? Haven't heard of them. That like Poser?

Looks good. I'd maybe put a little more twist in the body. Come on, you have an animation background too, you should know that. But, nonetheless, still looks great.
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Devoral Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009
Have you heard of facegen? Its to model your face. You might be interested.
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Sinned-angel-stock Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009  Professional Photographer
Yeah, I played with it, but if I'm going to seriously model a face I'll either use Poser, Zbrush, or just model it in 3dSMax or Maya. I need to get back into 3D anyway :P
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Devoral Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009
So with Pose, etc, can you model your own face? That would be cool. Rather than some generic face. I dont know much about Poser. I only play around with max sometimes.
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Sinned-angel-stock Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009  Professional Photographer
Yes but it's not as easy as with something like facegen. You actually have to manually model it.
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Devoral Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009
Yikes. So like sculpting. At least theres an undo button.
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Sinned-angel-stock Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009  Professional Photographer
Yes, quite like sculpting. With Daz3D you can sort of change different aspects of the face but I find it doesn't give you the control that literally sculpting with Zbrush or Poser does. I tried to make my own face with Daz and it really just didn't give me the result I wanted, even after hours of working with it.

I majored in Media Arts and Animation in college so I got to play with a lot of the more expensive programs as a part of my courses :)
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Devoral Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009
You lucky duck. So do you plan on modeling your face eventually?
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