Tag: erotic CG
These two images comprise the remaining images of a commissioned set I was paid for earlier this year but never completed. The first part was the Leilanawen 1st person perspective render and some other Kendra renders that will not see the light of day only because they aren’t anything special… just simple, clothed portraits.
Here you see Kendra reimagined as a Greek hottie, getting violently manhandled by an exceptionally large gladiator, and Kendra straddling a motorcycle wearing sexy leather thigh boots. Hope you enjoy!
Here is a small commissioned set I did this past week, featuring Clara Ravens, all rendered in Octane. Moving on next to a few images I owed someone for a few months now, this time featuring… *GASP*… Kendra! Check back in a few days for those.
And if you haven’t already, go pick up a copy of Dark Rift in the store, fap ’til your dick hurts, then thank me later.
Please excuse me for posting material completely unrelated to Epoch Art, but I am still reeling from the exhausting experience that was this year’s Comic-Con International. For the uninitiated, Comic-Con International (typically just referred to as ‘Comic-Con’) is the single biggest yearly convention based around comic books, movies, television, video games, and toys; held yearly in sunny San Diego California. As a resident of San Diego (and a huge fan of all things nerdy), I am one of the privileged who graciously attends the four day event each year, soaking in the amazing exhibitors’ booths, spot-on cosplays, and entertaining panels.
This year was intense, as I spent many, many hours waiting in line for panels, walking the exhibit floor, buying Comic-Con exclusive swag, and eating at expensive restaurants. It was way too much time to be on one’s feet. I had three friends in town for the event who stayed at my house, so I had no downtime in the evenings either. The whole weekend was a blur of sensory
Last November, we announced a little contest to help gather ideas and features you might want in a new version of the DCV (Dynamic Comic Viewer). While many of the ideas were truly outside of the scope of a simple comic viewer (many were geared towards full-motion video, which is not what this software is intended to be), many of the ideas were rather inspired, if not difficult or impossible to implement at this point.
So while I can say that very few of the ideas found their way into the new version of the DCV, which will be uploaded when Dark Rift is released this Friday, we were nonetheless pleased with everyone’s submissions and eagerness to offer up new perspectives on where the software could go in the future.