Hey guys! Since my previous blog post received a lot of love and positive feedback so I decided to do another one for you all. This time the scenery and location is a little bit easier, but the pose was a little bit harder to do. Time to show you guys how I tackle stuff like that! This is the end result of todays picture, if you want to know how I got there, please keep reading!
We are going to start with the location again:
Step 1. Set up walls for your background and determine your "playing field". I chose to not close the room so I could keep the natural outside lighting.
Step 2. I made another mural for the background. I decided to let it repeat instead of making it seamless, cause that wasn't really doable for this image.
Step 3. Use the terrain tool to get a fitting "floor" I prefer to use some more texture!
Step 4. Cover up those seams and make the background look more natural by creating depth. Foliage and bigger objects are defenitely your friend!
Now that you have your background you can start with your pose. As you already saw I am going to try to pose Emma with elephants. This is not really something you can find a bunch of poses for so I decided to improvise! I was inspired by a picture I took of Hailey in May:
In this picture I used the pose in the way it was meant to be used, since it was part of Unicorn Float Pool posepack. I now want to try to make this work for Emma too!
Step 5. Test the pose! You heard me talking about this in my previous blog and now I am going to show you what I mean by it. I placed Emma (using a teleporter) on a spot on the grid and I made sure to place a small object in the same place so I have a reference point.