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Comiquette - Ms. Marvel by ExGemini Comiquette - Ms. Marvel by ExGemini
Okey ... I might have finalized my Ms. Marvel model! :w00t:
Took me a good year of working and messing around with poser to actually arive to this point and I like what I'm seeing :horny:
To be perfectly honest I wasn't even feeling to work on her but I had to keep my word on the people who voted in the poll.
Took me two days to actually find the position I had in mind and the right combination of hair and effects. The result is having Carol in between a dance and a soft landing.

The Vault is an unique shop that has open just a couple of months ago on The Island. It is located inside the small city/village where Nathan and his friends lives.
If you are a collector or you are simply looking for something rare or unique, The Vault is you destination.

:bulletred:Disclamer :bulletred:
The Vault is proud to present a new collection of high-end, special limited edition, polystone statues of your favorite, most loved, wanted or hated super heroes and villains of all times.
Each piece is carefully master crafted in a very limited quantity (varies from 500 to 1000 units) that you can pre-order from our website when the manifest is published. (Limit 2 per person)
Subscribing to our newsletter you'll know in advance when the Pre-Order will go live so that you won't miss your chance to secure your order.
Every Statue comes in two different versions: Normal and Exclusive.
The Normal version contains your numbered statue.
The Exclusive one (10% of the whole stock) contains the statue with signed base and the original print/photo for the concept, with autograph.
We ship your order everywhere you want but, if you live on the Island, come to visit us, you might be lucky and meet your hero in person!

:bulletyellow:The Details:bulletyellow:
Working with Carol was both challenging and fun.
Challenging because we were clearly intimidated by her presence, even if she was one of the most friendly women that ever walked in our offices, and fun because, well, she is tons of fun, really!!!
Here at the studio we work very hard for your guys, for you that love our Comiquettes … and you can only imagine how hard was for us to work with Carol, wearing a golden bikini swimsuit during the whole meeting, with that silky red piece of cloth tied around her waist … no Sir it wasn’t easy at all!
But, as professional, we overcame our fears and the problem in keep focus on the matter and we were able to reach an agreement with the Marvelous Carol.
We discussed long the ideas of having her in a flying position, landing, fighting or even some sexy positions that we should not discuss right now … we will run the risk to have an horde of angry fan crashing down out office door claiming our heads.
The final idea was to have Ms. Marvel approaching in a landing position but still give her that glamour look like she was dancing. The rest came up by himself with preliminary sketches and the quite excited Carol.

:bulletblue:Ms. Marvel Comiquette:bulletblue:
To produce the right effect for this Comiquette, we have to bother again our good friend Mr. Furian, who gave us the right idea and technology to pursue our goal: the base of the statue generates a very dim and yet strongly focus magnetic field that, combined with the main body of the statue, it makes her “hover” just 2 cm above the base.
The magnetic field is strong enough to keep Ms. Marvel in place and let her oscillate few millimeters in every direction to give an sense of motion even if the slightest breeze invest the surface of the model.
It requires no battery and, according to Mr. Furian, should last for a solid hundred years without losing strength.
To produce a near realistic fire effect, we used a combination of a crystalized shell with a liquid core that, thanks again to the magnetic field, keeps moving and changing shape without breaking its own atomic boundaries, emitting even a faint light in the dark.
Carol agreed with us that the Statue was already Exclusive enough so we agreed not to produce two different statues but only a single one.
In the Exclusive edition you will still receive a life size poster of Ms. Marvel’s Wild Intimacy (([link])) photo shooting, signed by Carol in person.
At the moment we are discussing the possibility to organize a date in which every Exclusive owner can come to our Shop and meet Carol in person to have a unique inscription made on the poster. We are confident that we will be able to pull this off, so be strong!

:bulletblack:Assembly Notes :bulletblack:
The statues doesn't require any kind of glue to be assembled. The magnetic field works exactly as magnet so you will have only to move her feet over the base and let it go when you’ll feel the magnetic traction.
Inside the box you will find instruction on how to recharge the base in case the magnetic field fails before your 100th birthday.

:bulletred: Carol Danvers / Ms. Marvel @Marvel Comics
:bulletred: Background, ideas and story @ExGemini
:bulletred: Made with Poser Pro 2010 & PhotoShop CS5

:bulletred:Resources Used:bulletred:
Ms. Marvel body and facial morphs are all originals created by me.
Lights are Custom Made
Skin Texture is Kay from Daz3D, slightly changed in PhotoShop by me [link]
The Costume Comes from here [link] but the textures are completely re-made to suit my taste.
The base is from Aery Soul but I cannot remember if it was part of a bundle or a simple freebe from his website.
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Ok i m going to be strict on order to learn...don't take this wrong, its just my opinion and its just me...

It is one of your best renders but still i see things that you could make even better...
i like the hair and the fire effects...i also like the body position...
what i don't like is the over saturated background, and the gloss material on the scarf she has on her hips...i can't understand what it is made of...

i would change her expression also...its a common mistake i also do...forgetting that she is not a a statue...:)

i have notice that you put all your characters on bases...try to use a more natural background...

once again i think its one of your "clearest" are evolving very quickly and if you keep that way you will pass in another level in no time :)
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QUEST-CHRONICLER Featured By Owner May 14, 2013
I hope there isn't a quiz on all that you wrote, cause I skipped over it and went straight to the awesome pic of Ms. Marvel! Like her pose, costume and fire effects!
ExGemini Featured By Owner May 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Don't worry, people always skip the crap I write :)
RedWingsDragon Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2011
Awesome work here
ExGemini Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm glad you think so :nod:
BlackQueen77 Featured By Owner May 18, 2011
She is totally hot and very realistic darling :w00t:
ExGemini Featured By Owner May 18, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
A lucky shot :)
Timmy22222001 Featured By Owner May 15, 2011
Know what you mean when you say how hard it is to get that perfect pose for a character and wow lad you were pretty slick on the choice of this powerful and dangerous beauty look she has, wow!

Agreed with how well your posing program and everything is coming in, now more than ever am I seeing you strive for every effect it seems whether is shining light, glowing energy to strong and cold feel of the metal.

Damn that certainly must be a later idea to come along the thought of her in a bikini and wow while never taking alot of interest in her you really brought out the charm and sass of the phrase blonde bombshell.

Like when you do Starfire, love the way create such rich energy not just from the hands but even the way she floats in the air and even the way her hair reacts so wildly and vividly, damn sir you really know your superheroes.

Also great touch on the gleam effect from her suit, the clothing continues to astound this crab, how your able to render such a realistic and soft feel to everything is satisfying for to the mind and eye. *applauses*

And nicely lit background too man. The variance of red and black really worked out for Ms. Marvel's pose giving more attention to her form and less to the stand that she's on and again showing of that amazing level of power within her, bravo ExGemini!

ExGemini Featured By Owner May 18, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Its was mostly a lucky shot but she came out pretty neat :w00t:

It's what I do best, for what I'm told: "You pick up girls that I don't really care about and make them hot and interesting, how the hell you do that?" ... believe me I don't know!!! I just do!!! :cry: :D

How was I able indeed ... I got lucky that's how! :D
Timmy22222001 Featured By Owner May 23, 2011
Lucky shot, really?! Damn lad that's hard to believe seeing your always so damn good when your doing those sexy 3d renders! o00

Apparently its true then! Well don't question it lad, just keep going on that awesome groove of drawing them foxy superladies, lol.

Again with the lucky business, seriously lad your too skilled to be calling it lucky, more like natural talent or flow when creating.

deathstarshotput Featured By Owner May 7, 2011
This looks life-like. Great job.
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