|Wednesday, May 14th, 2008|
I know, I made this comm then took a 2 year run away! Mostly because I don't use my other name anymore, just this one, but I promise to keep better track from now on! Sorry all! Anyway, I am up to Poser7 now and thought I would share some of the BGs I have made myself out of boredom recently. Will look up some of my older P5 work at some point :)( cut to save friends pagesCollapse ) Current Mood: tired
|Saturday, September 16th, 2006|
I started this render with the intention of making a small lj banner...... she kinda grew and grew :¬)
Also posted at poser_portal
|Thursday, August 24th, 2006|
New + questions
I'm new to this community after searching for Poser comms within LJ (not much activity is there?)
New with Poser 6 also, but I've been enjoying the versatility of the program thus far. My next challenge is making complex hair in the hair room.
Now I don't have Maya or anything installed on this pc yet, so I've been trying to make a skullcap in Poser off M3 and exporting it as an OBJ, but when I do and I import it back, it doesn't retain its size (it's gigantic). I was saving it as an obj in order to UV-map it. Any tips on how to retain the scale?
Thanks, and hope to see more people posting here.
|Monday, August 21st, 2006|
|Sunday, August 20th, 2006|
|Wednesday, August 16th, 2006|
I have not seen anyone else post here in a while. However I am hopeful that people will start to again. Here are some renders I have done based on the games I am a part of. That is if I can remember how to post a picture :) Current Mood: hopeful
|Friday, February 24th, 2006|
|Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005|
Any life left in this place?
A recent work:
Which I've babbled a bit about over on my journal. Semi new to livejournal, having registered a few years ago but never bothered to use it until now. Click on it to get a full sized version brought through renderosity.
The above image was rendered in Vue 5, with the characters each put together seperately in Poser 5. I got my copy of Poser 5 one month -before- Poser 6 was announced, so I'm darn well going to get all the use out of it I can before I upgrade. :)
Principle character in the foreground has a bit of cloth room work, which I've really fond of. Poser 5's other major 'new feature', the hair room, is something I have yet to get any workable results out of. I don't tend to do as much with the materials room as some things import into Vue and some don't, so it is just easier to do that sort of work within Vue after using Poser to set up the basics of texture mapping, transparancy, and color.
|Tuesday, October 4th, 2005|
Ok, I'm a newbie at this, so if I'm in the wrong community and you can suggest a different one, please let me know. ;)
I've created a figure and attached a custom head in Poser 5, but I cannot figure out the Materials Room! I'm attempting to change the color of the character's eyes and textures are really puzzling to me. With the thought that perhaps I started out with something too complicated, I backed off and went to an online tutorial that suggested I import a simple character, put it in the setup room and create "bones" for it. But when I try to import the file (which is in 3D Studio format), Poser acts as though it can't see the file.
Can someone help? Apparently I have no brain of my own. :) Current Mood: frustrated
|Monday, August 29th, 2005|
Poser 6 natural motion tips?
Can anyone give me any tips on how to animate natural motion in Poser 6, or direct me to any web sites with good, free information? I'm making a good start on animation in Poser, but so far it all seems fairly stiff. I know that will probably change as I gain experience, but if anyone has any tips that will shortcut that wait, I would appreciate it!
|Thursday, August 18th, 2005|
Dont know why I didnt do a search before but I decided to and found this community as the only one listing Daz Studio at all.
I use Daz Studio, Bryce 5, and Paintshop Pro 7 when I work with CGI. I am looking forward to getting Poser 6 eventually since Daz Studio is limited in what it is capable of in comparison.
My artwork journal is unfortunately on another journal site or I would have used it to join but I do occasionally post my work on this journal as well so I figured why not since I am hoping to meet more people who work with Digital Art... its the best way to learn. Current Mood: creative
|Sunday, July 17th, 2005|
I'm very interested in starting up 3D art/animation and am in need of advice before I start buying software. Although I am pretty seasoned with Adobe Photoshop 7.0, I am completely new to 3D artwork in general and have a few questions that I would sincerely appreciate input on!
-What software would you recommend for a beginner? What do you think of Poser Artist vs. Poser 5 or 6? (Poser Artist claims to be beginner-friendly!)
-I've heard of the following products: Bryce 5.5, Vue, and DAZ -- If I were to create a character using Poser 5 or DAZ, would I be able to export them into Bryce 5.5 or Vue easily? Would I be able to export animations into both Bryce 5.5 and Vue as well?
-How about creating architecture easily...does Bryce 5.5 allow you to create buildings, or is this another product?
Also a basic questions...on average, how long do you usually spend on individual pictures? (including the central figure, background, etc.) Just to get an idea, since this will definitely be a hobby.
Perhaps I should be taking everything one thing at a time, but it all seems so exciting. All the artwork in this community is so amazing as well! :) Thanks in advance for any input! Current Mood: cheerful
|Thursday, June 2nd, 2005|
Please post more of your work...
Hopefully this sudden rush of activity will stimulate others to post their works here.
I am using a combination of
and After effects