Monday, February 11, 2013

Happy Chinese New Year!


So it was the start of Chinese New Years yesterday. We are now in a Year of the Water Snake. Or if you wanna go by colors, the Year of the Black Snake. Which sounds really ominous, but apparently isn't that bad. Though if I had planned ahead I definitely would have made a set based on the whole idea. But planning is for chumps! ...Right? Oh well. In any case, be sure to eat lots of egg rolls, burn down your house with some fireworks, and give little kids red envelopes full of money.

Also, thought I'd share a little thing I did for another artist on how I do my lighting. Hopefully some other artistes can play around with it and come up with something even better.


And in more pertinent news, was working on an "illustrated story" set that was probably going to be finished today or tomorrow. But doing so would have made it rather difficult to get a Valentine's Day set done in time. So had to reshuffle priorities. Expect the next set by Thursday, and another one rather shortly afterwards!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Any details on who we can expect to see loved up or what the illustrated story is about out of interest?

Will Zenn said...

Thanks Mongo, more stuff to play with and learn.

Appreciate you sharing lots of information on this 3D art :)

Jomish said...

Helpful as always Mongo! I sincerely hate the lighting system in poser but you've clearly got it down!

MongoBongo said...

LOL So much for the Thurs plan. Sleep now. Finish tomorrow.

Dalock said...

It's ok Mongo! Fight-o! We the fanbase will be ever patient for quality as good as yours.

Baltimore Spoon said...

Awesome MB! Thanks so much. I've always been fascinated by your preferred/chosen V4 body shape. Particularly her sculpted nose, elegantly slender fingers, cute little waist, etc. My morph attempts never catch your magic, and often wind up warped/misshapen. Any chance you can offer clues for which dials/supplements led to your formula?

Faro09 said...

I, like many others here, would be interested to see more tutorials like this. Your work is fascinating and is a huge inspiration to many of your fans. I hope to see more of these little tutorials in the future. Thanks as always!

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