A cecaelia lurks just beneath the waves wondering what lay beyond and perhaps waiting for yet another helpless victim.
August 30, 2020
Poser 11 Pro, Photoshop CC, ON1 Effects
I originally created an artwork with this idea of a half-woman, half-cephalopod back in 2014 and then the other day I got an idea on how I could improve it, so I did! The scene is a mixture of raw render with two separate figures combined with tricky posing plus a generous amount of postwork to create the final scene. The original 2014 version was just the cecaelia figure alone in dark water. For this 2020 version, I added the water surface effects and changed the pose plus I rendered it in Superfly unlike the original. For more info, check the Tech Notes. This will probably be my last redux for a while, I’m ready to tackle something brand new and completely different for my next art project. Maybe…
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