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RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Wed Oct 03, 2018 6:23 pm

Yesterday I spent the day rendering out my first pure vore series that I've ever done. I called it "Happy Mistake". It is probably the best series like this that I have done, but even though I feel like I did a good job on it, I feel very strongly that I can improve on it. And I really want to!

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This took me a day to make and I feel like it was a bit rushed. but even so I think it turned out well enough. The big thing I was worried about was the speech balloons (this is the first time that I successfully made them).

My question is though, what could do to improve it? Or just improve things in general.
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby ryanshowseason3 » Thu Oct 04, 2018 9:42 pm

Your text outside the speech bubbles is almost invisible. Stroke it with another color and give it a backdrop to be on top of.

Also it could use a different font to give it some impact for what the feeling there is.

The tree monster could use a more chilling font.

The lighting inside the belly is a bit off since it's like there is a spot light inside there. It should be darker and definitely not just a bright white light. Go for reddish tones maybe or lime green to accentuate the acids.

Where she's looking at the end is awkward, she should be looking at maybe the walls or acids.

She could also use some splashes of acid on her. Might have to do it in a photo editing program.

Just my opinion though. I don't work in the poser realm, mostly manips
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Thu Oct 04, 2018 10:27 pm

ryanshowseason3 wrote:Your text outside the speech bubbles is almost invisible. Stroke it with another color and give it a backdrop to be on top of.

Also it could use a different font to give it some impact for what the feeling there is.

The tree monster could use a more chilling font.

The lighting inside the belly is a bit off since it's like there is a spot light inside there. It should be darker and definitely not just a bright white light. Go for reddish tones maybe or lime green to accentuate the acids.

Where she's looking at the end is awkward, she should be looking at maybe the walls or acids.

She could also use some splashes of acid on her. Might have to do it in a photo editing program.

Just my opinion though. I don't work in the poser realm, mostly manips


Thank you very much! These are all really good.

I hadn't thought of stroking the letters... Actually didn't know I could do that, but it is a good idea. I looked at some of you manips, you've done a really good job on them. I use gimp... I don't know if that is what you use or not, but I want to find out how to make the thought bubbles like you do.
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Thu Jan 03, 2019 12:52 pm

Here is the sequel to the last series I posted. I know I wasn't able to make all of the changes that were suggested, but I was able to make a few of them. Even so, please feel free to tell me what you think.
Unexpected Discovery_01.jpg

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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Sun Jan 20, 2019 1:05 pm

So finally after 2 years I think I finally finished this series! Here it is, enjoy!
Flush Vore Giantess 01.jpg

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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Sun Jan 20, 2019 1:07 pm

Flush Vore Giantess 16.png

And the last one!
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby linkever » Fri Feb 01, 2019 10:27 am

I love them, especially the first and second one.^^
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Fri Feb 01, 2019 4:47 pm

linkever wrote:I love them, especially the first and second one.^^

Thank you! It's always nice to hear when someone enjoys my work.
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby LavaTours » Sun Feb 03, 2019 9:26 pm

This thread is interesting!
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Thu Feb 07, 2019 4:16 am

LavaTours wrote:This thread is interesting!

Thank you! I look forward to adding to it in the future.
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby Komodorazor » Thu Feb 07, 2019 8:54 am

I'm not too into flush vore, but these pics looks good!
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby Emi » Fri Feb 08, 2019 10:54 am

Uh, in some odd reason I enjoyed her being flushed, especially her face as she gets down))
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Sat Feb 09, 2019 3:16 am

Komodorazor wrote:I'm not too into flush vore, but these pics looks good!

Thank you! I plan on expanding the genres of vore that I make render series for. Any ideas? Or requests?
Emi wrote:Uh, in some odd reason I enjoyed her being flushed, especially her face as she gets down))

I'm glad that you enjoyed it, Emi! Given the amazing quality of your work, it means a lot to me that you said something. I hope that one day I can make content that is as high quality as your own.
I do try to pay attention to the expressions of the people in my series. Sometimes they are easier to get right then others. For every render that you see, there is usually about two or three that you don't see. So, again, I'm glad that you like it!
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby Emi » Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:30 am

Yes:) What prog do you use? Much depends on renderer and materials. If it's DAZ or Poser, there are much limitations. To really improve your image quality, you must move to Blender or Maya which modern artists use. By the way, as long as I know, latest generations of DAZ models are amazing, I'd recommend you to check these too, this way will be shorter than learning a new program, though it doesn't cancel the previous offer:) There's much soul and effort I feel in your works, this makes me enjoy:)
PLUS, I'm kinda a toilet fan (secret;))
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:19 pm

Emi wrote:Yes:) What prog do you use? Much depends on renderer and materials. If it's DAZ or Poser, there are much limitations. To really improve your image quality, you must move to Blender or Maya which modern artists use. By the way, as long as I know, latest generations of DAZ models are amazing, I'd recommend you to check these too, this way will be shorter than learning a new program, though it doesn't cancel the previous offer:)

I use Daz3D. I have used Blender before, but that was years ago and I've for gotten how to use correctly. I had thought about trying to use Maya... And then I saw how much it costs and I near fell out of my chair. I've seen some things that other people have made with Maya and it is amazing! It's just too expense for me right now. I look forward to being able to to get it at some point in the future, I just cant afford it right now.
I know Daz3D doesn't work as well as it could, but it isn't horrible by any stretch of the imagination either, thankfully.
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I'm glad! I try really hard with the things that I make. And I want to continue to make them better.
Emi wrote:PLUS, I'm kinda a toilet fan (secret;))

Awesome!
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:54 pm

Here is one of my older series, and the first Iray series that I ever successfully made.
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Sat Feb 09, 2019 8:00 pm

Solo Flush 08.jpg

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Solo Flush 12.jpg

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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby RainArt » Sat Feb 09, 2019 8:03 pm

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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby Komodorazor » Sun Feb 10, 2019 1:38 am

RainArt wrote:
Komodorazor wrote:I'm not too into flush vore, but these pics looks good!

Thank you! I plan on expanding the genres of vore that I make render series for. Any ideas? Or requests?
Emi wrote:Uh, in some odd reason I enjoyed her being flushed, especially her face as she gets down))

I'm glad that you enjoyed it, Emi! Given the amazing quality of your work, it means a lot to me that you said something. I hope that one day I can make content that is as high quality as your own.
I do try to pay attention to the expressions of the people in my series. Sometimes they are easier to get right then others. For every render that you see, there is usually about two or three that you don't see. So, again, I'm glad that you like it!



Well, since you ask I am kind of a fan of giant M/F vore and snake vore with coiling. Just my taste.
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Re: RainArt's Art Thread

Postby Emi » Sun Feb 10, 2019 7:45 am

RainArt, The second sequence with blonde is SOO cool! I love how she strives to get flushed and succeeds in the end. Love her face expressions and the feeling of this task to be hard enough:)
Speaking about progs, Blender is not worse than Maya, and it's free. Take time and learn it to the professional level, your quality will be no lower than Eskoz or Cake Inferno;) this worths, true!

Komodorazor wrote:Well, since you ask I am kind of a fan of giant M/F vore and snake vore with coiling. Just my taste.


Exactly the same as me!;) M/f giant human man eating tiny women is my best and fav vore;)
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