The following is my gallery of images created with Poser 4 (occasionally assisted by other software) Click on the thumbnail to view a larger version. Please note that a few of the images do contain nudity. It is done it what I believe to be a non-exploitative way, but if you are easily offended, consider yourself warned.
Unless otherwise stated, all images are 100% digital. I have broken the gallery down into pages for better loading time.
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| Subject #10 Rendered in Poser, minor post in Photoshop. Just trying to do something sci-fi and sorta creepy with the models I got from Beyond Bent, and got a chance to finally use a freebie robot that I've had forever. It's a little larger than my usual, but that's because I didn't want to lose some of the detail. Have to admit, pictures like this really make me wonder about my darker side. Added 02.21.02
|| Lord Kor Rendered in Poser, composite and text in Photoshop. This image almost didn't happen: about 90% through it the first time, my file corrupted and I couldn't open it again. After the shock wore off of losing several days worth of work, I started again. Luckily, all my texture files survived so I was able to recreate him in a little less time. This is one of those character that as I worked, completely took on a life of his own. The text, his narration, almost wrote itself. (PS: Isn't Kozaburo's hair the BEST?) Added 02.05.02
Winner of the Creations By Paradox Character Contest, January 2002
Featured in IONA Dream Warrior Challenge
| Style test: Anime Elf Rendered in Poser, minor post in Photoshop. Poser has this little used mode called "Cartoon Shading". It gives a very flat, multi-level shading look to things, which, on a strictly graphical level, can be very cool. I'd done one image by accident, this time I went in with a plan and I'm pretty happy with the result. Added 02.01.02
|| One Punch Rendered in Poser, much post in Photoshop. Yet another example of me mixing and matching models to come up with something new. For example, the fighter in blue's outfit is from three separate products. This image has accompanying text which started to evolve slightly before the picture did. Added 01.20.02
| Lady Ice Rendered in Poser, post in Photoshop. My first completed image for 2002, this was done for the first challenge thread on PoserForum.net in a long time. The theme was "The Icy Fingers of Winter", and for some reason, this was the first thing I thought of. Added 01.14.02
|| Guardian of the Western Gate Rendered in Poser, no post except for signature. I like sensible female warriors, not to be confused with the half-naked (or in some cases, ALL naked) bimbet with the strategically placed bit of hair, chain, etc. In this, I was initially trying for a character who looked like they could be an actual sentry, and the scene just kind of grew around her. Added 12.02.01
| KABLAM!! Rendered in Poser, gunshot, text, and sig in Photoshop, no other post. I love happy accidents, don't you? This was the result of me testing out a new clothing model from Runtime DNA, accidentally hitting "Toon Shading", and liking what I saw so much I changed my entire concept right then and there so something purely "graphical". Added 11.24.01
|| Freighter Security - Night Shift Rendered in Poser, post in Photoshop. Yet more goodness from Runtime DNA, this time the sci-fi outfit. I started out having text to go with this, explaining why the night shift on a freighter was Hell(TM), but I never finished something I liked, so this shall remain prose-less for now. Added 12.03.01
| MOVE IT!! Rendered in Poser Textures and post in Photoshop. I wanted to do a complex action scene, and this is what happened. I'm not really happy with the laser fire, but until I can figure out a better way to do it, it'll have to stay. (Poser doesn't do glows yet). BTW: that robot (which comes with Poser) is a royal painindabutt to color - it can't take an overall texture map, and coloring all the parts takes FOREVER! Even so, I think my affection for Raster and Pix is growing. Added 11.21.01
|| General Morté Rendered in Poser. Some might think I'd given up on Raster and Pix. I haven't as this gentleman will attest. Meet General Morté, their own personal adversary. I'm still working on his schtick, but this is a good start. Models included here are Daz3D's Dragon Rider, Standard male skeleton, morphing skull, costume shop eyepatch, Mad Scientist Lab syringe, table, control console, and room, and Jack Kirby Inspired Stocks (found in the Downloads section) Added 11.20.01