Hey everyone, I’m here to drop one last post before the insanity of San Diego Comic Con 2017 begins this week, and what a post it is! Today I give you what can only be described as a ‘commission smorgasbord’. These images were all commissioned by everyone’s favorite site admin Xipomus (He’s not your favorite?! Well why the hell not?!!) and feature a few of the Epoch Art heroines doing stuff… and thangs.
In other news, today and a bit of tomorrow I will working to get the second animation for CR4 set up so it can render over the week I’m away from work while SDCC corrupts my soul. So when I get back to work next week and compile the new animation for the DCV, we’ll be that much closer to release! I appreciate everyone’s patience as we continue to work on getting Clara Ravens Ep. 4 completed, little by little. It WILL be finished this year, guaranteed. That’s all I’m offering in terms of a release date at the moment but I promise that, as soon as the end is in sight, I’ll give a better estimate.
Immediately following her ordeal with the horrific tentacle creature, Ember is rushed for medical treatment and debriefed (… in more ways than one – ZING!). Much to her surprise, she is ordered to remain silent on the facility she discovered and on the details of her encounter, under penalty of court martial and dishonorable discharge from the U.P.A. She is also temporarily grounded from flying and is ordered to take a few weeks R&R.
And relax she does! Here we see Ember hiding out in a comfortable little nook aboard her deployment, the U.P.A. Luna-class (L-class) Caelius. She likes to come to this relatively unknown space to relax and watch the galaxy go by. And occasionally she poses for erotic photos at the request of her fuck-buddy (and commanding officer) CPO Andrei Rykov. Lucky for us, Andrei shared those pics.
This six image set was a commission from one on my regular patrons, so drop a note of thanks in the comments and let us both know what you think of the set!
Surprise!! Dossier 011: Siren Song, featuring the bodacious and spunky Ember Riley from the comic fiction of Dark Rift, is available for purchase now in the Epoch Art store! So grab yourself a copy for only $9.99 USD and enjoy one of our most complex visual narratives to date, with tons of sci-fi action and outrageous sex! Also, BE SURE YOU HAVE THE DCV VERSION 3.0 (or higher) OR YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO VIEW THIS PRODUCT! You can download it right here: DCV Version 3.3 Download.
With one of the tightest product schedules I’ve held myself to, yet one of the most grueling multi-set productions for any dossier, this was a real “sink or swim” moment for me and Xipomus. I haven’t had a day off in over three weeks. Yesterday I worked 13 and a half hours to finish the remaining frames. But I’m happy to say we rose to the occasion, despite numerous ridiculous setbacks (Poser kept reparenting scene objects when I’d change from the auxiliary to the main camera! I mean what in the actual fuck? Does that make ANY sense whatsoever?). Yes, this was an intense amount of work, but I’m proud of the set… and I’m in need of a serious break.
So enjoy the return of fan favorite Ember Riley and let me know what you think of the set. I like to try different things, so I’m hoping this will be something that interests you. And, as always, if you pick up a copy please consider leaving a review and/or a rating on the product page to help other potential buyers. If you’d like to discuss anything in particular regarding this dossier, feel free to leave a comment in this thread and we can get a dialogue going.
As the U.S. (and soon the world) suffers through a Pokemon epidemic of biblical proportions, we here at Epoch Art have managed to fend off this harmful affliction that causes debilitating exercise and social interactions in order to bring you the best in computer generated erotica. So put down the Charmander and listen up.
Dossier 011: Siren Song, featuring Ember Riley from Dark Rift, will be released sometime next week. As promised, here is an image of the antagonist of the image set. He’s a human. Well, he was a human. Now he’s something else. Part alien? Part monster? How did this happen to him? What kind of experiments were being performed in this abandoned facility? All these questions (and many more) will be raised – and not answered. Not one bit.