There's a story behind this image. It shouldn't even exist! Last night around 8pm I received my RuntimeDNA newsletter announcing the forthcoming outfit called "Snowbunny" for A3 by Littlefox over at RuntimeDNA. I absolutely had to have it! I knew it would be perfect for Max! Unfortunately, it would be coming out on Friday, when I'd be busy packing to head home for a week of vacation.
Thankfully, after contacting Littlefox I was able to make an early purchase! Additionally, Max is based on V3 so I had to convert the outfit (using Wardrobe Wizard 2. There are still siginificant issues with the conversion that are cleverly hidden from view here). So I managed to whip out this entire image (except the background, which I took from an already finished image that is coming over the weekend) in about 6 hours!
Let me just point out that the fur is rendered in Poser using dynamic hair! These are part of the included P5+ materials on the outfit. Isn't that awesome?
Finally, super extreme thanks to Littlefox and the fine folks at RDNA for making this possible! Snowbunny for A3 is out tomorrow so go over to RDNA and pick it up for yourself!
Unfortunately, since I did this image, it means that another image that I wanted to do most likely won't get done for this year. :(
I've still got at least 1 more holiday image already lined up for you all! Let's just say it's colorful.
That really is a lovely outfit! The look of the material, especially the fur, is excellent. It looks incredibly comfy. What a mouthwatering, plunging neckline as well. The outfit and the obvious display of cleavage (not to mention disregard for the effects of the winter temperature on said womanly charms) gives the outfit a look that would suit a girl from one of the James Bond movies. Designed for the environment or job at hand while looking luxurious, feminine and ever so slightly impractical. In fact Max would make an excellent Bond girl.
All she would need is some suitably cheesy surname. Max Cleavage. Or something.