Welcome the Sunrise
$10.00 – $38.50
A dancer begins her morning warm-up routine on the roof of her apartment building in the city.
8"x10", 11"x14", 16"x20"
- Creation Date: November 18, 2015
- Software Tools: Poser 11 Pro, Photoshop CS6
- Canvas Size: Standard
I created the first version of this artwork back in 2011 as a Xmas gift for my dancer cousin. It was a much more simple artwork back then and my skills have vastly improved in the past four years so I should hope I could create something better now. This new artwork has much more detail with a smoother appearance and better postwork effects. Looking back at the old artwork with fresh eyes, I thought it looked too flat and lacking of detail so when I created this new version my main goals were to create a sense of depth and to add much more detail. I think I accomplished both. I mainly just wanted to keep the theme of the dancer on the rooftop in the city at sunrise while everything else was fair game. I’ve never tried using lens-flare effects in one of my artworks before but I think they worked out quite well for this one. I’m glad I decided to revisit this artwork, I’m quite pleased with how this turned out.
I ended up creating a brand new scene rather than using anything from the old scene and that was after spending an hour finding the old scene on my backup hard drives! I used IDL for the lighting with Colm’s Render Studio 2014 light sets to create the sun type lights though I can’t remember exactly which set or how heavily I changed the settings to get what I needed. The depth of field was rendered inside of Poser. This was my first render using Poser 11 Pro! In postwork I adjusted the color with a variety of layer styles, Photoshop actions, filters, and other such tricks of the trade. I also added the lens-flare effects (my first time adding such effects to one of my artworks which took a lot of trial and error) and added a border. Since I started from an artwork I had already finished (even if I ripped it apart and basically started over) it took me about four days of continuous work to complete this artwork.
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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