Specter of the Newlywed
$10.00 – $38.50
A young bride reflects on how her dreams of the future were suddenly, tragically ended before they had the chance to begin.
8"x10", 11"x14", 16"x20"
- Creation Date: September 29, 2016
- Software Tools: Poser 11 Pro, Photoshop CS6
- Canvas Size: Standard
This is one of the ideas I came up with for the 2016 Renderosity Halloween Creative Contest and I was somewhat inspired by the video game Murdered: Soul Suspect where a ghost investigates his own murder. I wanted a bride who died before she could wed visit herself in the morgue and mourn what was never to be. Since it’s for a spooky Halloween contest, I made the morgue as creepy as possible along with some tinted ethereal, misty lighting. Due to the fact that no nudity is allowed in the contest, I had to cover up the corpse as much as possible. My original idea had where you could see an incision on her chest and the heart sitting in that bowl on the trolley. Maybe that would have been too much? I like the way this turned out.
The spooky ethereal lighting was created with a combination of IDL (a global sphere and the “spotlight” seen in the main render also projected light through IDL) and traditional lighting mixed with atmospherics (a colored ambient, specular, and two spotlights heavy with atmosphere on the two figures). I intensified the creepy ethereal factor in postwork using a variety of Photoshop actions to alter the color, contrast, etc. I also added ghostly effects by painting with Rons Dry Ice brushes which seem perfect for ghostly artworks. The effect of the ghost bride were unique to this artwork. I rendered two versions of the scene (one with and one without the ghost) and several mask renders. This way I could create the ghost with layers and layer effects. Finally, I put some emphasis on the corpse’s engagement ring with a soft shine effect.
Each artwork is printed by professional printers so that your prints will look amazing and last a lifetime. The prints will be printed on a metallic fine art paper that creates stunning, vibrant prints with high contrast. Artworks were created at and will be printed at 300ppi for crisp detail. Some color variation may arise due to differences in computer monitors/mobile devices and display settings. Prints will look as the artist intends and be shipped ready for framing. The “Copyright Lizzie Prusaczyk www.d9s.co” watermark seen on preview images will not be on the printed image. A small “signature” will be faintly visible on the lower left corner. I try to make sure that my digital signature does not distract from the artwork and is only just visible enough so that you will always know who the artist was who created the artwork. For more information about the prints available from Dream 9 Studios, click here.
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