Them? Oh, since it's a commission... I see. On second thought, this has been done before, I shouldn't need to ask permission. Just gotta make 2 renders, one with clothes, one without... and do some scripting in Flash. Oh, and a little tip... do you ever do some post-process effects? I know a few good ones in Photoshop. I use them on all my raw renders to make them look pretty, like this one - [link]
Especially if you do it in a way that brings out the characters more.
Internet Explorer? But IE sucks. XD And BTW, I can do just fine with Firefox. ^_^ Here's my newest animation - [link] An older one - [link] Even further back - [link]
First two made in Daz, 3rd made in Blender. And as far as your animations go... a few tips... - Bodies are constantly moving, no matter what, even little fidgets and breathing. - Bodies never move symmetrically or perfectly synchronized - For every impact, there is a recoil, even if it's a small one. (Not just with boobs, LOL) But other than that, good work! Very sexy.
It applies PZ3 Pz2, bvh, it has soft bullet body (breast jiggling, butt jiggling or other part of body) it has integrated pupeteer, mimic for lip sync it has a lot of stuff you can read it all at Daz3D.com
I know justa bit about phoshoshop can you believe that, I do know some simple flash. Carrara 8 is the software I use it has its own font, shading, shadow effects, modeling and much more. This piece you see here has no postwork.
Hm. I usually use Blender and Daz3D. I focus more on realtime stuff because I'm a hobbyist game programmer. But when I do a nice picture, I usually do a few effects like bloom. And I also try to draw attention to the subject with shading and contrast.
Yes from what I saw in your gallery is pretty awesome what you do. I on th eotehr hand have to learn all that. I use Carrara 8.0 which is family of Daz3d.com is a pretty awesome software. Much of my anime sources are from www.poserclub.net and [link]
Oh, wow! That's a lot of Aiko stuff! I could make use of these. I usually use Blender to make my scenery (like the room in the pic I sent you) and port it to Daz. But I didn't know Carrara 8 existed... I though Daz and Poser were the only two programs to use Poser files.