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Hello, someone there ? Mom, Dad, where are you ? by ThierryCravatte Hello, someone there ? Mom, Dad, where are you ? by ThierryCravatte
As usual, posed and set up in Daz Studio. Materials tweaking, lighting and rendering in Octane Render.
I used an HDRI for lighting and for the sky. Postwork in Gimp for resizing and signature only.

Thanks for viewing and taking time to leave a comment.
Have a great time.

Many thanks too for your comments and favs on my previous image.

Feel free to visit my gallery

Models used :

Victoria 4.2 (Daz3D)
The kid4 Bundle
XCC-990 Fembot (winnston1984)
City Ruins (Stonemason)
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JohnSavite Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014
I absolutely love paintings like this where sensient beings, robots, androids, etc., are interacting with humans. Great rendering.
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ThierryCravatte Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much !
Well, I like doing scenes involving robots/human interactivity (relationship ?) specially with children, it adds more 'drama' ...
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arschpo Featured By Owner May 2, 2014
:iconflyingheartsplz: :squee:  Great Artwork  :squee:   :stupidme:   Amazing :stupidme:     :stupidme:     :stupidme:     :stupidme: :iconflyingheartsplz:  :headbang:
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ThierryCravatte Featured By Owner May 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Whow, thank you ! ;)
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tmpdev Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2013
Nice render! I was wondering if you are using the standalone of OC or the OC plugin with Daz? Also, are you exporting the entire daz scene as an obj. Are you positioning "mesh lights" as in plane panels before exporting from daz? I'm new, but an owner of both Daz and OC. Lot's of experimenting going over here.
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ThierryCravatte Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for your kind words !

I'm using the standalone version of octane. I own the daz plugin but i don't really like the 'feel' of it. Plus it is very ressources consuming and my machine is not a supercalculator, to say the least :D ...
I work exactly the way you describe : I completely set up my scene in Daz, even the meshlights (usually spheres or planes that I create as primitives in Daz). Then I export the whole scene as an .obj file and import it into octane. Then I tweak all materials, set up the lighting, ... If I have to change the geometry, I go back to daz, modify the scene then export/import again (of course, Octane keeps all the work already done on mats, lights, ...). I don't really need a plugin, and I really like the interface of the standalone version. 
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tmpdev Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2013
I totally agree with you, however, I think you lost me when you said..."of course, Octane keeps all the work already done on mats, lights, .." Do you mean when you go back to Daz for tweaks, you don't move your light emitting primitives?
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ThierryCravatte Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, i do sometimes move my light emitting primitives in daz to adjust the lighting. What I mean is that octane preserves the characteristics of the lights (intensity, colour, ...).
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tmpdev Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013
OK, I see. Thanks so much, your excellence inspires my friend!
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ThierryCravatte Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
;)
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