Poser - OFFICIAL F.A.Q (Last Updated: 2021 Oct 28 12:22 pm)
I recently got permission from Marc Bell to convert his Enterprise E model to Poser format. Turning it into a Poser figure file was easy, but I'm looking for a Superfly expert to make it look good.
All of the materials have these maps: texture, specular, normal, displacement, and metalness. I'll leave it to you to figure out how they should be applied to the model.
The materials are named the same as the maps except for the lighted materials, so attaching the maps should be fairly easy.
Send me a site mail if you're interested and I'll tell you how to download the Poser model and the maps.
This will be offered as a free model after Marc uploads it to his Dropbox folder, but I'll give you a little something for your work- either some free products or a Renderosity gift card.
So the first person to send me a good Superfly version will get the reward.
And please, I'd prefer someone who has some previous experience with Superfly rather than someone who's just looking to give this a try.
VanishingPoint... Advanced 3D Modeling Solutions
Those are the Metal-Roughness type of PBR maps. Look in the material tab of your library and scroll down to SuperFly Tileable. You will find a template to attach your maps under !Guide. Just hook up the maps as shown in the template including your lighting maps. Instruction for each map are explained in the template. If the maps are good it takes absolutely no effort or knowledge. Just plug and play.
I did this in P11 with my Cycles super shader but it could be done in P12 with PBSDF node. The bridge model is self illuminated: All the panels are lit and the ceiling is illuminated like on the TV show. There are no Poser lights in this scene. Same with my Red Car image.
W10, Ryzen 5 1600x, 16Gb,RTX2060Super+GTX980, PP11, 11.3.740