When renders go wrong

So anyway. As one of the few remaining fans of 4e D&D in blogdom, I’m putting together a new character – an as-yet-unnamed Elven Sorcerer. I reach for DAZ Studio, twiddle a few dials, and………


“Holy carp!” thinks I, “I’ve just made elven George Michael.”

You be the judge.


That’s just wrong.

Ah well. Back to square one.

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10 Comments on “When renders go wrong”

  1. Have “Faith”, “I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)” when I saw you after my render. Go tell your girlfriend because I’m “Everything She Wants”. I’m now “Praying for Time” because it sounds like you’re going for “One More Try”. I only ask of my “Father Figure” that you not turn me into a “Monkey”. “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me”. It’s a “Careless Whisper” at best. Just promise to “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go”.

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  2. Now you need to the do the rest of the party as 80s hair band guys. The paladin from Poison, Darryl Hall as as the Dwarf fighter etc….

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