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Art

PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2005 8:17 pm
by bull dog
Image

PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2005 11:11 pm
by tomskag
i like to call that photoshop.

PostPosted: Wed Mar 02, 2005 12:47 am
by Ray Gun
Image

PostPosted: Sun Apr 17, 2005 2:00 pm
by steve1234567890
Look at that hip... ouch! thats the problem with Poser you can't get smooth transitions on sharp bends. the Elbow looks messed up too.

Nice textures and trees though...

PostPosted: Sun Apr 17, 2005 11:25 pm
by tomskag
th spider thing onthe left looks like its floating .

PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2005 1:13 pm
by steve1234567890
yeah it does... the blob thing up front seems a little high too. and with such a weighty look to it they shouldn't be floating.

PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2005 10:52 pm
by JD
steve1234567890 wrote:Look at that hip... ouch! thats the problem with Poser you can't get smooth transitions on sharp bends. the Elbow looks messed up too.

Nice textures and trees though...


Actually, poser does sharp bends fine if you are bending the right part and it's been rigged propperly. Then again, there's always biscuit elbow ... oi. :roll: There's always magnets for when pieces parts just wont morph like you want them to and hey, let's not forget the whole "say, I bet if this model were rigged propperly to begin with I wouldn't be having this problem" option. :mrgreen:

This is an old post, but if you haven't fallen into the abyss yet, what software and versions are you using? is that Vue for the terrain and folliage? or Bryce maybe? If I had to guess I'd say vue.

JD - just curious

PostPosted: Wed Jul 20, 2005 11:43 pm
by steve1234567890
which version of poser... I used it back in version 3 and it wasn't that great and never bothered with a newer version. Biggest problems I saw in it were joints not bending naturally and hair looking fake.

PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2005 5:58 pm
by JD
Current version is 6.
Version 3, wow. Yep. That was a limited version. But at the time it was awesome. Then came 4, Pro Pak, 5 (introduction of the FireFly renderer and GUI "rooms" ) and most recently of course, 6.

Comparatively speaking, considering poser 3 (which you can't get these days although rumor has it you can still find it free in a few magazine cover cd's ) to what's available out there today would be like comparing an early IBM 4343 to a current 3 GHz P4.

Poser 6 has some long-awaited improvements and well worth the purchase cost.

You'll get biscuit elbows and freakish bends from any application if you you're not careful. Experience and ability are key.

But aside from the history lesson on poser (no, I don't work for them :p ) I'd still wager this was rendered in either Vue d'Esprit (version 4?) or Bryce (version 4 or 5? ).
The naked chick ( oi :roll: ) may have been posed in poser, but I wouldn't bet the farm on it.

Look at the poly's in the elbow and then compare them to the neck, hip and knees. Even poser 3 behaves better than that.

    NOTE: Ray Gun - I don't know you or your artistic history so I figure I should add that I'm not baggin' on your image ( although I've got the urge to toss a towel around her :grin: ) I'd love to see more images. 8)

JD - the one what wonders if Ray Gun is still around :hmm: