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A friend, seeing yet another image of a skimpily-clad fantasy female, asked "Does anyone in 3D images wear practical clothing?" I've produced a fair number of images in which the figures wear what are clearly their working clothes (where 'working clothes' does not mean "What you'd wear to your job at the Pussycat Lounge"). However, I decided that maybe it was time to make another image in which the figures are dressed in outfits that don't reveal quite as much skin.

The result was this image, with three figures wearing fairly practical costumes in the middle of a rather bleak-looking upland landscape. The grass in the foreground was made using a surface replicator, with the rest of the scenery being produced by Carrara terrains at various sizes and distances.

There's no specific connection to Tolkien's 'Middle Earth', except for the fact that I labeled my three weary wanderers as 'rangers'. But I'm sure that in with all the tall white dudes with swords, Aragorn's buddies could easily have included a female archer and a dwarf. The rangers do have an equal opportunity hiring policy, right?


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