- Creation Date: June 05, 2018
- Software Tools: Poser 11 Pro, Photoshop CC
- Canvas Size: Square
This artwork is a re-imagining of an artwork I first created during a deep depression in 2009. The original only featured the desperate woman holding the pillow. For this new version, I put her in an attic rather than a bare room and added the fleeing doves. I think this new version is even more emotional, and meaningful to me, than the original.
The character featured is a custom version of my Nicola 3 (available now in my Renderosity store) that I made just for this artwork. (The version of the character in my store doesn’t have all the cuts and bruises.) I used the morph tools inside Poser along with two magnets to make the pillow conform to her body and arms. For the lighting, I created a dusty atmosphere and volumetic light to give the room more depth and to add to the look and tone of the scene. I wanted it to look like “morning light”. Postwork was minimal with some Photoshop actions, a few painted fixes, and the addition of a lens flare.
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