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Old 07-06-2021, 01:20 PM   #1181
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Well, when the LHR cards hit the market, it'll be easier getting a 3070 or a 3080. But they're not going to make LHR versions of the 3090. And I don't want to have to completely replace my power supply and add an AIO to SLI a pair of 3080s.
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Old 07-08-2021, 04:32 PM   #1182
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After the previous picture, I was working on modifying the idea and it went in a different direction:

Angelus, for our Teen Supers game.

In Nomine people might also have use for it.
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Old 07-08-2021, 07:07 PM   #1183
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Angelus, for our Teen Supers game.
Looks more like an Angela. :-)

And, with that footwear, I hope she took the "High-Heeled Heroine" perk….
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Old 07-08-2021, 07:21 PM   #1184
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Looks more like an Angela. :-)
She doesn't know Latin. Angelus sounds better as a Super Hero name.

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And, with that footwear, I hope she took the "High-Heeled Heroine" perk….
And "High-Heeled Hurt."
And Kicking.
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Old 07-09-2021, 10:49 AM   #1185
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And "High-Heeled Hurt."
And Kicking.
And maybe something that stops that double-bladed sword from cutting her own wings while using it, although I suppose that's just covered by basic genre conventions. Then again, looking at the filename of the image, perhaps the wings are retractable, and she only uses the weapon and wings together to pose for photo ops...
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Old 07-09-2021, 12:46 PM   #1186
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And maybe something that stops that double-bladed sword from cutting her own wings while using it, although I suppose that's just covered by basic genre conventions. Then again, looking at the filename of the image, perhaps the wings are retractable, and she only uses the weapon and wings together to pose for photo ops...
Well, the wings and sword are part of an Alternate Form. And the sword is just an Innate Attack, so . . . built in protections.

And an extremely limited illusion to generate God Rays for her to stand in when she wants them.

But, yeah Gold & Appel, Inc. and I have had several discussions (in my Discord) about image composition. Things like glowing eyes, multiple weapons, drastic poses . . . they're only there for the picture. Any real-world application would take an entirely different avenue.
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Old 07-09-2021, 09:18 PM   #1187
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Better or worse?

Was playing with some filters in Photoshop.
Also, had been fighting with the render, and to get the audience to see what was printed on the sword's blades I had to remove the fire effect.
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Old 07-10-2021, 10:06 AM   #1188
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Better or worse?

Was playing with some filters in Photoshop.
Also, had been fighting with the render, and to get the audience to see what was printed on the sword's blades I had to remove the fire effect.
I see what you did there. (Big O reference)
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I see what you did there. (Big O reference)
Yeah, I just didn't like the actual Executioner's sword inscription, but I really liked the idea of something like it being on her blade. So, I went with something that she may have seen and subconsciously latched onto.

And it adds another layer of confusion as she discovers what she actually is.
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Old 08-09-2021, 07:21 PM   #1190
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Ten hours ago . . . I started working on a cowboy-based gunslinger/gunmage for Hand of Bobb's Isekai game.

Somehow, she morphed into an F4F Strike Witch:
Scottlyn McCuskey

The places my brain goes sometimes . . ..
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