nikkis 4:11AM Mon, 08 August 2011
Wow!! Thanks for making this super easy!! I have been chicken to go into the hair room until now, lol
charly_hayze 11:42AM Wed, 16 March 2011
Nice tut, thankyou! With regards to print screening, try using Howie's Quick Screen Capture software. You can assign a grab key, set the directory to save into and, best of all, it's FREE! Lol! Take a look on Google and you'll find it, it's a tiny program too, I swear by it! ;)
Threshie 11:32PM Tue, 28 August 2007
Very nice, clear, concise tutorial. I like that it has a bit of humor in it, too, such as the comment about growing grass without harmful chemicals. =) I'm searching for the answer to one question right now that the tutorials don't seem to address, though--can hair created in the hair room be saved as a prop and/or independent object? =) Thanks. ~Threshie
ThrommArcadia 7:36AM Tue, 31 October 2006
Even though I have been using poser for years, I find this tutorial a handy reference. Fantastic work, thank you.
mrsctomo 3:53PM Wed, 30 August 2006
This is a great tutorial thank you. I am fairly new to this program and I am sory to ask in this way but when I have applied hair in this way to Jessi in P6 I just seem to get hair all over her face and can't move it away - can you help me please??? Thanks again
lethan 11:50AM Thu, 20 October 2005
Good stuff! Thanks!
flinchingkitten 6:14PM Mon, 31 January 2005
i'm new to poser, but this tutorial was really helpful and easy to understand. thanks! :)
Angelsinger 11:12PM Fri, 17 December 2004
Wow, you're fast! :P BTW, I'm sure you'll find out for yourself, but one of the best things about UOSU is that it lets you take a shot of only the active window... That's great for capturing just the parameter window, or even the library window... I like that feature since it keeps me from having to crop my pictures all the time. Great luck to ya', and thanks again for sharing your knowledge with us! :)
rowan_crisp 6:50PM Fri, 17 December 2004
Thank you muchly, Angelsinger. I'm on my way now.
Angelsinger 6:47PM Fri, 17 December 2004
Thank you for this tutorial! Your pictures are clear enough, I don't see any problem. However, you alerted me to something of which I was previously unaware: I opened Poser 5 and used the PrtSc key, and found the same thing you did. Nothing pasted into Photoshop. AnyHOO, you can use this litte program instead, (ZIP file download is only 356KB). It's FREE, and the clarity of images is amazing. It's called UOSU (Ultima Online Screenshot Utility), and you can download it from this page -- http://www.hh.iij4u.or.jp/~kmatuoka/uosu/indexe.html I did a test shot of Poser's interface, and everything was clear and beautiful. Hope this helps you, especially since you've helped so many of us!
rowan_crisp 8:23PM Sun, 07 November 2004
I was using it, actually, tomahawk... but it was making Poser perform an entirely different function. :)
tomahawk 8:21PM Sun, 07 November 2004
Good tutorial:) One comment however Poser does support the printscreen just use the Printscreen next to the
key on the keyboard. Then paste in Paint Shop Pro as New image(Ctrl-v)
stewer 5:36PM Thu, 04 November 2004
Proper render settings can also vastly improve the look of hair. I found that the default 1 pixel box filter in FireFly doesn't look that good with hair - a 2 pixel gauss filter or a 3 pixel sinc filter yield much more pleasant results.
paintgirl 12:32PM Thu, 04 November 2004
A wonderful tutorial. I will try it today for sure!!
selkins16 8:58AM Wed, 03 November 2004
Thank you, thank you! This is a GREAT tutorial! It was my first trip into the hair room and you made it SO easy!
Miret 9:55AM Sat, 30 October 2004
THANK you, this has been fantastic. Now to learn eyebrows. :)