Whilst I love the idea of the new mapping on the DHorse2 with it’s large separate head map for super detailed textures, I have so many of my own custom made photoreal textures for the MIlHorse that I was gutted at the thought of not being able to use them with the new horse model.
Well this is annoying! I finally found the pen for my graphics tablet (hiding between bottles of nail polish on my desk side…) and settled down with my render and Photoshop to finish up the portrait of my cheeky, chunky welsh cob, Cruz and as I often do got carried away….
Now after producing several variations of my image I just can’t decide on which one I like the best. This image is intended to hang in my hallway so I want the best one, but full of cold and feeling the tug of a hot bubble bath and my warm bed I need some help. Which one of the above images do you like the best? Also do you have any constructive suggestions to improve it?
Free downloads for use in the following programs: Poser 4 to Poser 9 (including Poser Pro 2012 and Poser Artist), Daz Studio, Vue and Daz3d’s Carrara. I also have so many different downloads for the various Poser horse models (P4 Horse, MilHorse etc) here that I have had to create a new page for them of their …
My Native Pony morph and texture set for the Daz3d Millennium Horse model is now on sale, reduced by 35% to $6.50! This package is based on Ronnie, a real life Welsh Section C (Welsh Pony of Cob Type) owned by my daughter who is a British breed of native pony. This package includes two …
I just came across these old renders on my Picasa account and thought I’d upload them here.
They are from around the time Carrara 6 Pro was released and it was my aim to create realistic dynamic hair for the Millennium Horse model.
What I learned was that it took an awful lot of work to prepare the MilHorse model for use with dynamic hair in the first place as it has three seperate polygon meshes
YouTube – Some of my work with the various 3d horse models available
I just thought that it would be nice for people who have used some of my textures and custom horse characters to meet one of our real life “models”, the adorable Ronnie. Ron is my daughter’s pony and we have owned him since he was only two years old. He is a Welsh Pony of …