I recently released some new Bloodless Mushroom music, an album titled Hydropus. It’s a collection of glitchy ambient instrumental tracks composed on various vintage synthesizers. The name comes from a genus of mushroom that grows in tropical forests.
The album art is a painting I created early in the Coronavirus lockdowns.
It’s available for listening on YouTube here:
It’s also available on Spotify and other streaming services. Enjoy. 🙂
I’ve started learning to use Daz3D. My first render used stock content and was before reading any part of the manual or tutorial. It’s beautifully horrible, and you can see that the body shape, the skin, and the clothing are all fighting about which one gets to be visible.
No, silly, the clothes go OVER the skin, not under.
The second one was before learning how to match hair to body (dang, that’s a lot of scalp, girl).
Dang, that’s a lot of scalp, girl.
The third one was an actual scene (she’s clearly holding an invisible meatloaf). I still know close to nothing.
If there were any meatloaf, she would totally be offering you some.
All of these will be very embarrassing if I get to the point of competence. Which is the point. A cringey point of reference for measuring progress, if you will…