Thanks to TLG over at the DisturbedThings Forum we have yet another great studio to work with on collaboration projects. Hank Samuels at RueMorgue Entertainment wants to try some vore projects with us as well.
We are so excited about all these new studio and the different styles of videos they produce! We really have to get our CG monsters perfect now! We have these great opportunities to work with these awesome studios and we WILL NOT let them, us, or our fans down!
We will post all our tests and progress on this blog!
Thank you everyone for giving us this wonderful opportunity to work with you!!!
- Stacey ^_^
Ideally this is what we want it to look like in the end. Of course that’s a real snake photoshopped on top of a still from the live action footage. We just need to find/figure out how to make the CG snake look as real!!! We WILL get there!!!
Pkfstudios Voreville Test1 Mock-up
Looks like we have a huge set back with our snake animation. We were able to stretch the snake’s body enough to look okay with it devoured victim’s heads, but when it came down to stretching it for the width and thickness of the victim’s body, there was definite stretching which made it look VERY, VERY bad. This is a huge setback because now we will have to find some way to re-work that snake model and any other snake model to stretch without looking horrible. This put a few of our animations at a stand still until we figure this out unfortunately.
We will need to figure this out for live action shots as well.
The king cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) is the world’s longest venomous snake, with a length up to 5.6 m (18.5 ft). Like all snakes, the king cobra swallows its prey whole. The expansion of the jaw enables the snake to swallow prey much larger than its head.
Interesting… we usually just see or hear about monster anacondas and pythons, but not King Cobras. Hrmmm (wheels turning) this will definitely open up even more opportunities for some great snake vore animations.
I was digging around our Voreville files and found out that John never got around to using this model:
I’m even thinking this new King Cobra model looks even better. We’re definitely going to have to purchase this one:
We’re definitely going to have to do something with these models!!!
I just wanted to write to say THANK YOU to the guys who have been so helpful and informative about this particular fetish. All these years John ran Voreville, thinking that a majority of people preferred head first vore over feet first vore. I’m now seeing that there’s about a 50/50 percentage on people who like either or both. Head first doesn’t seem to be favored as much because you can see the model’s pretty face, which makes absolute sense. We’re going to create a really hot, feet first, accepting victim (not struggling), slow snake vore animation for all you feet first fans out there thanks to TLG! It’s going to be so awesome!
Since we’re working hard on new connections with models, hopefully that will help our new efforts to push out just as much feet first content as much as head first content. Thank you TLG of DT for your insights. ^_^
Dr. Teeth, thank you for showing me your amazing 3d modeling skills. We can definitely use your skills to create the coolest, meanest, baddest, hungriest monster/creature/alien ever create in vore! This will be a definite treat for the whole vore community!!! ^_^
Flipper! Thanks for clarifying the little mix up. Ryan C’s “Jessica’s Jog” was actually inspired by and commissioned by Flipper back in 2008.
Wow there’s so much to do, so little time… but we’re getting back into gear and full steam ahead!
- Stacey ^_^