My first Poser environmental render

Poser Landscape posted on Feb 14, 2022
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My first environmental poser render. Vue is my main application but learning Poser at the moment/ I realized making complex scenes takes up more memory than Vue does significantly. The background is alpha plane photo of image I made using Vue. The rest are props importing into Poser. Its more trial and error in learning.

Comments (8)


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CoolDimension 1:34AM | Tue, 15 February 2022

Fantastic work! Looks great!

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uncollared 7:44AM | Tue, 15 February 2022

beautifully done.

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mazzam 4:10PM | Tue, 15 February 2022

Nice work. The green looks too bright to be realistic if that is what you are aiming for.

Kindredsoul 4:21PM | Tue, 15 February 2022

I agree I am new at Poser and lighting is the hard part for me

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mifdesign 7:38PM | Tue, 15 February 2022

Wow! Stunning.

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rocdan Online Now! 9:23AM | Wed, 16 February 2022

PRETTY GOOD FOR THE FIRST , EXCELLENT

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UteBigSmile 1:10PM | Wed, 16 February 2022

Your new graphic looks great as always!

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iborg64 7:04AM | Sat, 19 February 2022

Pretty impressive for your first go .Though in my opinion you can't beat vue for creating outdoor renders of this type

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perpetualrevision 1:29AM | Thu, 07 April 2022

I agree that it's impressive for your first attempt. But I also agree that you can't beat Vue for landscape scenes. I find that Poser is best suited to items (props, figures) that will be pretty close to the camera, and then you can use a landscape rendered in Vue for the backdrop. Supposedly you can also take a PZ3 into Vue for rendering, so that's another option, but I don't have Vue (yet!) so I don't know how that works.

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