Pip’s Flickr Pic’s – Savor Serenity by Inara Pey
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Pip’s Flickr Pic’s – Savor Serenity by Inara Pey

I knew Inara Pey is an experienced and well trafficked Blogger, but I hadn’t realized how her photography skills had grown until I came across a landscape of hers that led me to her Flickr page and ultimately, to this amazing shot of a scene in the sim, Savor Serenity.

Now, all those who know me know, I have a real thing for Dragons so … when this picture hit me, I was stalled in my mouse-wheel rolling path.  Using light, color, blur and shadow, Inara turned what otherwise is a very still/static prop in a beautiful sim scene and gave it power, movement, emotion and flight.

Soon after I saw this photo, I stumbled across another talented artist on Flickr who had used the same scene to create their own version incorporating an avatar reacting and really bold colors.  It too was eye grabbing and delightful, so much so I almost made this post about both photos, but I had to really evaluate the two for which had movement and power vs. just color and story.

My hat’s off to you Inara, this is simply a striking display of talent to create such animation from stillness.  Click here to see the full size photo on Inara’s Flickr directly.  It’s really worth it!

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Light & Shadow
Scene Design
Character Creation
Mood or Emotion
Thank you for reading this review and the inspiration it gave!  These photos are picked and posted randomly by Filipa Thespian, Editor-in-Chief of Nu Vibez & Roleplay Guide Magazine and we hope you enjoy them and find benefit from them. If you want your photo reviewed here on this blog, one sure-fire way to get before her eyes for consideration is to join the flickr group, Nu Vibez Magazine, and post your pics there.  Another, is to friend her, Filipa Thespian, on Flickr.  We all look forward to seeing your amazing work!

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