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25 June 2009 @ 03:36 am
Moon Goddess take three!  
I have three shots from the Tut sim. And one of my two entires I feel is strong enough to well, enter. Then shots from another location called, Cosmic Teapot Space Park http://slurl.com/secondlife/Sensual%20Redemption/122/139/217

It's really really pretty and I got some STUNNING shots there. I used the sitting on the moon pose and the shorter skirt option.

Again I have a fairly large "thumbnail" that you click on to see it full sized. Except the one I am entering :P That one you get full sized only.

And if you can make any suggestions for how to improve the one I am entering please let me know. I haven't submitted it yet. I will need to tomorrow night as I'll be out of town from Friday afternoon till late Sunday if not early Monday morning



This is my first of the two entries I am allowed to submit.








The following one is the full version of the one I used for my entry.






I like the comet but it was hard to get angled into a shot as it moves.









I like the following one a lot.



Also fond of this one.



 
 
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faerie_hfaerie_h on June 26th, 2009 12:21 am (UTC)
Are you going to submit it like that or do some "work" to it first?

Softpaw,  the fae kitty of roses and columbinesoftpaw on June 26th, 2009 05:24 am (UTC)
The first one yes I was planning to unless you think it needs some work. What do you suggest?

The new poses in the new location. No those will be worked on.
faerie_hfaerie_h on June 27th, 2009 06:55 am (UTC)
if it was me I would definitely be doing some work.

First I would get to work smoothing the lines in your face where the prims join. I use the smudge tool and stroke along the lines to smooth them. Sometimes the blur brush tool helps too.

Then you need to make sure the levels and curves are ok, then paint some highlights into the gown to make it really stand out.

I would also paint some shadows under your arm where it touches the moon.
Baronial Notationsklauswulfenbach on June 30th, 2009 05:12 pm (UTC)
Charming photographs, Frau Rozensztrauch. Best of luck with your contest.

Yrs.,

Klaus Wulfenbach