Note: The Naiexor Rituals contains frequent nudity of a non-sexual nature.

Updated sporadically.
May 64-bit computing come soon! I don't want to talk about how many "out of memory" errors I saw building this update!!
The next update is a bit slower coming than it usually is, but that's mostly because I went back and redid the first scene in the new format with multiple frames per page. There are also some minor revisions (the most significant one being that at the end of the scene Harmony's eyes are not glowing).
Hmmm...I'm going to have to do something about Jennibelle. The top left frame on this page is the closest I can get the camera to her before Poser starts clipping the figure. I would like to, now and then, not do full body shots, even though she will necessarily have more of them due to her small size relative to the other characters.
Ok, I found a solution to the Jennibelle problem - there's a setting on the camera that says how close you can get to something before it gets clipped (that's how I was able to get a close-up shot of her hand for this page).

The next update may be a little slow coming. I am in the process of moving, and that's taking a lot of my time. In addition, this is the end of the current chapter, so there will be some additional lead time finalizing the script and preparing the set for the next chapter. I hope to get the next update posted in the first or second week of April, but it may go to the third week. 

Nelson Nieves (delphi) says: That's the main reason I am using Daz Studio. I put up with the slow loading of scenes and all the bugs. And I have 2-gigs of RAM.
Joel McCormick (vvtgrouch) says:

I've downloaded DAZ Studio, but I haven't used it much, because I'm much more familiar with Poser's interface. If Poser gets so that it won't let me do what I want to do, I may check it out a bit more. Right now, I'm able to work around the errors by turning down the render setting (for example, none of the images in this update were raytraced, unlike the last update - what shadows are there on the walls and such I painted on in postwork).

Nelson Nieves (delphi) says:

I do my own graphic novel totally in Daz Studio. Here is the link:, just so you can see what working in Daz Studio can yield. (If you like delete this comment, the link is only provided for your information; I didn't see a contact e-mail or other option).

Noodtoonist (thebarepit) says: I love those wings!
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