Lady Arianwen by starship64 ()
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Not a princess, but a highborn lady, Lady Arianwen gazes into the distance as she wonders what the future will bring.
Just proving once again that even though I'm mostly working with Genesis 3 and 8 now, because I really like the Iray rendering engine, my extensive collection of clothing for V4 is still useful.
Image Comments (43)
giulband () 2:28AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
Marvelous portrait, excellent pose and expression , wonderful POW, scene's composition and lighting !!
AureliusdeMercoeur () 5:01AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
Magnificent portrait ! Excellent pose, expression and point of view, superb lighting !! Great work !
paul_gormley () 6:13AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
a stunning background for her and a beautiful character, a Juliet waiting for her Romeo perhaps, lovely image
Saby55 () Online Now! 7:51AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
Wow amazingly beautiful! Stunning image, great light!!!👍🙋♂️
Leije () Online Now! 9:19AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
Nice POV, dress and decor, wonderful portrait in a medieval atmo !
UteBigSmile () 10:38AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
Your new graphic has become very beautiful, wish you a nice Easter weekend, stay alert and healthy!
rbowen () Online Now! 11:57AM | Fri, 10 April 2020
Very beautiful character and scene! Excellent work!
Madbat () 1:36PM | Fri, 10 April 2020
If you have the clones, most V4, and even V3 can be very useful. The only thing I've really had consistent problems with is footwear. I also really like the Iray engine, I'm less than enthused with Dforce. Posers cloth room seems to do a much better job.
RRun () Online Now! 3:53PM | Fri, 10 April 2020
Amazing. And very open hearted 😁.
Love the longing expression. Well done
Nightwind () 5:31PM | Fri, 10 April 2020
Excellent portrait! It could be from a scene of Romeo and Juliet.