Hey everyone, I’m here to drop one last post before the insanity of San Diego Comic Con 2017 begins this week, and what a post it is! Today I give you what can only be described as a ‘commission smorgasbord’. These images were all commissioned by everyone’s favorite site admin Xipomus (He’s not your favorite?! Well why the hell not?!!) and feature a few of the Epoch Art heroines doing stuff… and thangs.
In other news, today and a bit of tomorrow I will working to get the second animation for CR4 set up so it can render over the week I’m away from work while SDCC corrupts my soul. So when I get back to work next week and compile the new animation for the DCV, we’ll be that much closer to release! I appreciate everyone’s patience as we continue to work on getting Clara Ravens Ep. 4 completed, little by little. It WILL be finished this year, guaranteed. That’s all I’m offering in terms of a release date at the moment but I promise that, as soon as the end is in sight, I’ll give a better estimate.
Without further ado, the expansion to Dossier 014: The Deserted is now available for download! This expansion is free to all who purchased the original dossier! If you want the expansion, simply go to your My Account page and redownload the product!
What’s a girl to do when her beau heads off on a top-secret mission? Why, relentlessly masturbate of course! Here we have a ‘quick’ commission project for site-regular Chris3DX featuring the U.P.A. pilot Ember Riley from the comic fiction of Dark Rift getting her rocks off alone in her bunk. Hey, desperate times and all…
Here you go guys, have a look at Ember. Yeah, sucks don’t it? This is the bullshit I’ve been dealing with since I got back to work this week. Ever since I had my PC taken in for repairs, the constant BSODs I was having died down… for a time. All the guys did was remove a bad DIMM they said they found with Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool. I felt insulted, considering I had run memtest86+ and hadn’t found shit. So there it went… 90 of my dollars for something I could have diagnosed myself in a matter of minutes.
It wasn’t long thereafter that the PC started having BSODs again. WhoCrashed would analyze the dump files and report no specific software driver and had no advice, considering the kernels where the failure was were seemingly everywhere and the BSOD reasons themselves were constantly varied. But I plodded along, because a BSOD every so often sucks (especially when you haven’t saved in a bit and lost hours of work), but it’s not the end of the world, especially if you have tried everything and have no idea what the actual problem is.