It's dawn. As the moon dips below the mountains somewhere in the Andes, a llama stands atop a grassy peak. He watches the darkness of night recede and the light of the sun creeping across the skies to swallow up the stars.
This is my first llama image. I rather like the way it turned out. I'll probably make more.
I saw this llama model new on Daz3D's website and thought I had to have it. It turned out to be quite a hassle though. It requires the new Daz Horse model which is rather expensive, and, as it turns out, is a genesis figure. So I couldn't get it to load in Poser. I tried getting their utility for importing genesis figures into Poser working, but it turns out that my version of Poser is too old. So I had to download, install, and figure out how to use Daz studio and how to properly export the figure to Vue.
Note: this scene uses purchased content.
Tools used: Daz Studio, Vue, GIMP
Thanks for looking!
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