What a wonderful gift this is! I know this is going to be fun! Thanks for doing this! This is why I love Renderosity so much!
This is a wonderful idea but I am not able to watch it on my adsl line.
Two thumbs up! I've see Mark's previous tutorial projects, and he's an AWESOME instructor!!
Thank you so much for this opportunity!!
Thank you! :)
Excellent idea and the voice is very good.
Two (rendered) thumbs up!
Learn. Shop. Do. Renderosity!
I think Mark's presenations are second to none - very clear instruction and he takes time to cover the small details so you dont feel he glossed over anything.At least thats my experience with his Cararra tutorials so I reckon poser users are in for a treat.
Thank you excellent idea and wonderful gift !!
Great!!! I've started to learn Poaer Pro after a lot of DAZ years and this tutorial is a big help. Can't wait to see the next ones.
WOW! A very clear and concise video. Well done.
This looks like a very promising series. Thanks for this. :-)
This is absolutely fantastic! This is going to be so helpful. I have definitely picked up and learned some new tips and tricks. I am so looking forward to seeing more! Thank you!
A wonderful start. I'm very comfortable with Poser 7 but this series will really help my transition to Poser 2014.
It won't play for me! :(
Really looking forward to this, as a recent Poser convert from Daz I'm amazed at the power of the many tools available, just need to learn how to use them, so thank you:)
Nice tutorial! I've been using Poser since Poser 4 Pro Pack. However, I saw a few things I didn't know about and am looking forward to putting them to use. :-)
Thank you so much for this series as it will be very helpful.
Another great feature to be found on this site. Thanks Renderosity and Mark
Thanks so much. Lesson one tutorial was great and very helpful. Looking forward to the entire tutorial series.
Like my renders I wish I had of finished it before I hit the save button :-) I was going to say the one thing I love about this site is there is always something fresh in both product lines and tutorials that keep me coming back :-) . I hope to learn a lot from this
Thank you, this looks as though it has a great potential for helping.
Won't open for me either. WinXP.Just get black page. Keep trying to refresh but doesnt work. Can anyone advise? Using Windows Defender Security
Great start for a tutorial series, thank you for this! Mark knows how to present and speak that everyone could follow - even non-native english speakers.
There is a small mistake I noticed: you can bring the "Render" tab up again by clicking on Window -> Recent Renders without reseting the interface to factory state.
But that's only a small thing I noticed, all in all this tutorial is a great way to begin with!
Excellent!! Thankyou! Looking forward to the other tutorials.
Wonderful, Thank you. You can never have enough tutorials. And Free WOW!
Awesome! Thank you!
Clear and concise, I like it.
This is a good idea and another reason to support Renderosity vs other sites that are preoccupied with selling overpriced items with fake discounts
Nice job, thank you!
Wow this is so great you can find many tutorials but not one has got such a clear voice as Mark Bremmer.
Can´t wait to learn Poser from him.
Thank you Rendo.
Thank you so much as I've recently moved to Poser from Daz I've so much to learn, so this is perfect timing!
The idea is splendid, but I'm afraid that the intended pace is to slow. If I may make a suggestion, it would be immensely profitable for us Poser veterans to create a parallel series presenting "what's new" in Poser 10/2014Pro.
Mark is a great orator and I can see why he is so sought after for tutorial work. Extremely well presented.
A most needed addition, and this first Tut is excellent, with very good sound. The only problem I see is waiting a month between tutorials.
Excellent tutorial! Well done Mark - the best narration and explanation I have seen on Poser. But a month for the next one?????? My keyboard is already collecting drool!
Thanks for taking the time to put this tutorial series together. I am always looking to learn new things and having it be part of one of my "go-to" sites for content is wonderful.
EXCELLENT! Keep them coming! A great idea to drive traffic to Renderosity AND to learn in the process. I watched the first one and really enjoyed it.
Would be good to be able to view...
Video interface with loading icon, but no video in Firefox, nor IE.
'Download' produces a 1k mp4.
I love anything Mark Bremmer dos, he is so good at explaining the ins and outs of programs. With all the recent changes in Poser, it's nice to have these to help me get back into using this program! I am really looking forward to more of these! Thanks Mark!
Thanks !!! Very useful!
This is very nice. Great tutorial, very professional.
Awesome! I'm just switching from Poser 7 to 2014 and this is so helpful! Thanks Excellent tutorial.
Just an awesome first tutorial. Nice pleasing voice explaining Poser interface. I really want to see the next video.
I loved this idea !! Tanks so much !!!
Very good but unfortunatelly, it miss the subtitles for the deaf or hard of hearing. I am deaf but maybe I would be the alone deaf for work Poser as hoobies..Thank you for understanding and also sharing the tutorial :)
January's tutorial was fun. When is February's due?
Being a Poser user since version 3. Developed a certain way of working with it. Which means avoiding, working around some features that where hard to handle, even after several attempts to 'get it'. I am looking forward to the tutorials explaining the group tool and editor, deeper details of cloth, face and hair. For these features I now use cinema 4D.
Very good initiative. Thank you.
Leiden, the Netherlands
Just viewed Tutorial #2 and can't wait to view the whole series. Recently moved from Poser 7 to Poser 9 and still don't understand many of the tools I could be using. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Mark and Renderosity!
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It is all nice and wonderful that Renderosity is offering video tutorial but it would be to no avail to those of us who are hard of hearing or deaf. Is it possible that future tutorial could have some form of captioning? Thanks.