"Milly" by rkshooter

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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby kokinous » Sat, 14Jul12 08:45

rkshooter wrote:
Found Milly4.jpg


I crashed my entire system with the windows 8 upgrade, I am trying to recover. But I found this nice girl in the wreckage




[img]images/icones/icon11.gif[/img] bad

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I think that a lot of fans would have imagined a game (MILLY) in association with shark as with jimmy-john [img]images/icones/icon13.gif[/img] [img]images/icones/icon13.gif[/img]
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby Squeeky » Sat, 14Jul12 10:15

In defence of our dear friend rkshooter, He is more a writer and artist - not a game developer.
Oh! He certainly might collaborate but ... there a limits upon what one can give in terms of age and other interests.
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby Greebo » Sat, 14Jul12 13:18

Squeeky wrote:Oh ..... [img]images/icones/icon11.gif[/img]

My sadness is that I posted here after your delightful post! I anticipated good tidings.

For yourself I wish the best in the recovery of your files (and a little selfishness like so many - that you do get to bring the Milly story to an end).

An end! Are you mad Squeeky? Why would you ever want rkshooter's darling little (or not so little!) wet dream generator to reach a conclusion? [img]smile/eek.gif[/img]

By the way RKS, you might find http://danielzstinson.wordpress.com/eas ... x-live-cd/ or http://www.winhelp.us/recover-files-usi ... linux.html useful.
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby rkshooter » Sat, 14Jul12 23:15

Actually I don't know what I am going to be able to recover. I did have back-up of all my renderings. The problem I had is that DAZ PRO stored all my content in a different directory than the original directory. It migrated most of it to the new directory when it was installed. I did not correct my back to the new directory so when I thought I was backing up I was only getting a small porton of my content to actually back up.

I install a completely new hard drive snd install the windows eight to that hard drive. Sure widh I had done that from the start it was only $ 49.00 for a gig. then I could have left the draive as it was. Hine sight right. I also have bought a recovery program and it finds the files, I can copy them but most are just garbage.

I have started re-downloading from website I bought from and reinstalling. I amazed at just how much I have to reinstall. I kept a back-up of most all my down loads but I still am missing a lot.

The big issues are the backdrops, the scenes I built by putting pieces together and retexturing them. Those I may never get back. I will be looking to find good files for the downloads that I didn't have saved or that don't show on the web.

I think I had 2 accounts at one time and I cant get the information from my first accounts. Such is life, but all is good still got my health & family [img]images/icones/icon7.gif[/img]
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby luke » Tue, 14Jul15 12:55

Good luck for your recovery.
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby Trucla » Wed, 14Jul16 15:17

rkshooter wrote:Actually I don't know what I am going to be able to recover. I did have back-up of all my renderings. The problem I had is that DAZ PRO stored all my content in a different directory than the original directory. It migrated most of it to the new directory when it was installed. I did not correct my back to the new directory so when I thought I was backing up I was only getting a small porton of my content to actually back up.

I install a completely new hard drive snd install the windows eight to that hard drive. Sure widh I had done that from the start it was only $ 49.00 for a gig. then I could have left the draive as it was. Hine sight right. I also have bought a recovery program and it finds the files, I can copy them but most are just garbage.

I have started re-downloading from website I bought from and reinstalling. I amazed at just how much I have to reinstall. I kept a back-up of most all my down loads but I still am missing a lot.

The big issues are the backdrops, the scenes I built by putting pieces together and retexturing them. Those I may never get back. I will be looking to find good files for the downloads that I didn't have saved or that don't show on the web.

I think I had 2 accounts at one time and I cant get the information from my first accounts. Such is life, but all is good still got my health & family [img]images/icones/icon7.gif[/img]
Greetings Rkshooter!

First of all, I must say that I truly regret the disaster you faced! :(

Now about the stuff you lost in your former disk. There is a nice little software that is specialised in recovering directories and files evn from drives that were formatted. Its name is testdisk and you can find it here: http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk. I've used it in the past after having made a stupid mistake: I had in the same computer two disks of the same brand with 1TB each, and needed to format one of them, but made the operation in the wrong one. With testdisk I was able to recover ~100% of the formatted one. At least up to now I haven't found that something wasn't recovered.

If you feel like trying it, and provided the BIOS recognises that disk, all you have to do is to put testdisk in your new harddrive and run it. I advise that you first create a directory in your new harddrive for receiving the recovered stuff. If the size of files to recover is too large I advise too that you make the recovering procedure in installments, and not in one go.

Good luck! [img]images/icones/icon10.gif[/img]
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby rkshooter » Thu, 14Aug14 03:35

Well I am still fumbling along over here, I have remade several characters, of course you know who was first on my list. Now due to some changes there may be some differences in characters looks. That is in part because of the Daz3D upgrade. It renders slightly differently than the older version I was using. So I am going back to some basics, with Milly. The first episode coming is partially rendered before my screw up and so all I ask is that everyone try not to get to hard on me. So I will restart with a Milly episode.

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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby shark » Thu, 14Aug14 07:04

It would be a real bohneur to meet Milly again!
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby LRM » Thu, 14Aug14 07:32

Her chest looks to be larger but that's not a bad thing. Most women tend to gain curves as they age, not that I'd ever accuse any woman of aging.
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby spitzertyp » Thu, 14Aug14 11:37

The return of Milly???

That would be great, we all had missed her a lot!!
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby Greebo » Thu, 14Aug14 20:53

Mm, looks slightly heavier chested to me too, lips possibly a bit different (or is it the lip gloss she's wearing?), and her hair is a little different but that's understandable since she's had time to grow it and alter the styling a bit.

Presumably you've had a chance to study her unclothed form in some detail, RKS, and compare it closely with some of Ben's photos, so we should trust your judgment!

Am I deceiving myself, or are your recent models showing limb joint problems, giving them a more unnatural look? (Armpit region, wrists and the like)
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby rkshooter » Thu, 14Aug14 23:34

Yes still working on joint deflection, limitation of rotations between old and new do not line up well.
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby rkshooter » Thu, 14Aug14 23:35

Should we start proof reading?
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby Greebo » Fri, 14Aug15 00:33

When you reach that point it's fine with me. [img]images/icones/icon7.gif[/img]
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Re: "Milly" by rkshooter

Postby luke » Wed, 14Sep03 12:42

rkshooter wrote:So I am going back to some basics, with Milly. The first episode coming is partially rendered before my screw up and so all I ask is that everyone try not to get to hard on me. So I will restart with a Milly episode.

THAT is a really good news!!!
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