P R I S M A --- # 1 - 8

There is an app called Prisma that I've noticed people starting to use which has a number of very effective artistic filters you can apply to photographs you take on your phone. With a bit of jiggery-pokery, I've been able to apply a number of these filters to some of my experimental Daz renders from the last few years, almost all of which have never been shown off on account of being too grainy, not resolved enough, or just because they were ideas that never went anywhere.

Because Prisma's filters are so powerful, I've been able to transform my slightly ratty test images into very presentable pieces of artwork that put my own efforts at emulating oil painting and artistic effects to shame!

Many of these tests concentrate on Alpha-Tales-style size ratios and scenarios, and if you look closely you can see some ideas explored as part of the evolution of GH-X2 itself.

Prisma Test Render #01 - Stripped
A composition exploring how easily Caitlin can manhandle Jack in GH-X2.

Prisma Test Render #02 - Excuse Me
A small man tries to attract the attention of his towering date.

Prisma Test Render #03 - Lie Still
An exploration of what later became the 'Culmination' chapter in GH-X2.

Prisma Test Render #04 - Admirer
A 50-foot tall woman finds her admirer too cute to ignore.

Prisma Test Render #05 - Desk Job
An Alpha Tales spin-off idea - a giant girl demands attention.

Prisma Test Render #06 - About To Receive
A gentler kind of sexual chemistry between two scales.

Prisma Test Render #07 - Jessica Snape
A Prisma version of a render from a0040pc's story BFG Angleland.

Prisma Test Render #08 - No Escape
A composition envisaging the shower scene from GH-X2.

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