The background is a street model I got on sale, and will be used later doubling as a college campus.This picture was a complicated one to stage and render but turned out great.The giant robot, the drone planes, and the machine gun are all freebies that came with either Poser 5 or 7, I forgot.
So if the wooden double doors and antique hutch look familiar, they are.
I also reused Ariane’s bed just using a more traditional quilt covering and an antique looking headboard and foot board, which kind of look like they came from the 20’s just to confuse the “period drama” even further.
If you look at just the silhouetted heads it looks like a theater of unique characters.
It is only looking at the arms and further away characters that give away the cheat. Now I have thought about “going to the movies” as an option for a date since I started working on the first dating simulator, and I had always had it where, you talk for a bit before the movie, then two hours go by, and then you talk afterwords.
One of the half dozen options after the movie is a trip for ice cream, where the date can potentially end.
Haven’t built the ice cream parlor set yet, but how hard can it be?Date Ariane is unrated and contains the equivalent of R rated material (language, nudity, non graphic sexual situations) that may not be appropriate for all players. So I mentioned last time that I had a challenge in creating a crowded movie theater. I have no idea if or when I will finish this sequel, but I am having a lot of fun giving myself challenges and meeting them.I already have an ice cream sundae model, just find a good table and chair set, one wall with a picture of a clown on it, and we are ready to go!The ice cream parlor date is not a particularly interesting one, but it is a low hanging fruit in which to start. The girl is a flawed character I got cheap, and the guy doing the driving is the generic “Michael 4” which I decided I would need later on, and DAZ was selling it this week at half price.