One of my first attempts at using Vue. I made this four years ago using Vue 5 Infinite, having posed and clothed the human figures in Poser 5.
Looking back, I can see a few flaws in the image (try and work out the arrow's flight), and I remember a very confused and inefficient workflow.
Because three clothed Poser figures tied up an awful lot of resources on the laptop I was using then, I had to hint at wooded hills in the background by using the boulder effect on terrains and a lot of haze.
And I never could get the arrow to look like it was flaming.
But every time I think of updating it using the skills I have now, I shy off. Despite its flaws, I nailed the mood and atmosphere I wanted dead on. I'm still proud of this image, and it seems effective to judge by the reaction of other artists when I posted it to an online galery recently.
It was intended as a tribute to the British TV series Robin of Sherwood, which starred Michael Praed as Robin. This scene shows Marian, Much and Tuck mourning Robin.
Victoria 3, V3 morphing fantasy dress, Michael 3, M3 Wizard Robes, David, David Tunic Set, Archery Set from DAZ3D.
Realms Art European Oak, reeds from Cornucopia 3D.