After looking over Leslie with more scrutiny, I elected to make changes to her physique and textures. MongoBongo raised some very good points about the stylized look of the character, as well as the seeming oddness of her breast shape. And JCD mentioned her pubic hair seemed to extend too far vertically. I made this character a few months ago and hadn’t spent a great deal of time building her, so I’m grateful for the input allowing me to make some definite improvements that I didn’t even realize she needed!
I thought I’d share the antagonist (or one of them, at least) for Clara Ravens episode 3. Leslie Everett is an expert in occult lore, symbology, and the mythologies of hundreds of cultures around the globe. This American bombshell is also a respected religious historian and author of several publications on mystical artifacts (some of which were given to her by Clara for study). Publicly, Leslie appears to be a normal, intelligent woman. But she harbors a very dark secret…
Clara and Leslie used to be good friends, but several years ago Leslie’s obsession with occult artifacts in particular caused her to change. She became engrossed in her work, motivated to do nothing other than unearth long-forgotten occult artifacts. Clara believed her to be searching for something in particular, though Leslie never revealed what it was. In addition to her erratic behavior, she also became exceedingly violent.
Wanted to drop a quick post to encourage you all to check out Zetsu’s new blog, appropriately titled, My Anything Goes Blog. It is a blog devoted to all types of art, but I’m guessing mostly of the adult variety. I did a custom desktop wallpaper-sized image of Kendra that I’ve granted him exclusive right to display, so I’m only posting a portion of it here. If you want to see the whole thing, be sure to check out his blog. The image is so exclusive in fact, that I had to delete it from my hard drive and then destroy the hard drive in a fire. It’s that exclusive. No, I’m mostly kidding…
If you read my final blog post made on my old Blogger blog at www.epoch-art.blogspot.com, then you know why I created this blog. However, if it happens to be your first time here, all you really need to know is that I moved my blog because of technical issues with Blogger and thought WordPress was a much better alternative.
Since my last post on the old blog detailed why I left Blogger, allow me to use this post to describe what you can expect from the new blog:
- Fast-loading lightbox for viewing images
- Storefront for purchasing my work directly (not yet live)
- Gallery pages
- Implemented and working Google Friends Connect widget
- Stylized text rendered with dropshadow & gradients on headings via .css
- Email newsletter (not live yet)