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January 8, 2014 8:43 am
Helping YOU Grow as a Digital Artist
The Holidays are over and it's now time for all of
us to settle back in to our daily routines of creating great
As we move forward into 2014, Renderosity would like to invite you to take your POSER skills to the next level by participating in a 12-month comprehensive video tutorial lesson. Whether you're a budding digital hobbyist or a seasoned professional, we're confident that you'll find something you can add to your list of tips and tricks.
Recognizing a need to provide a single destination for artists to better learn their craft, we've partnered with industry veteran Mark Bremmer to provide a video tutorial package aimed at the beginning POSER user. Beginning in January, we'll be releasing a new tutorial each month that will build on the knowledge you developed in each of the previous lessons. By taking the time to view and follow along with these 10-15 minute tutorials you'll gain confidence in discovering the fundamentals of the powerful POSER software platform. The first lesson will begin by guiding the user through the basics of navigating the user interface and as we progress through the lessons, you can expect to learn more about; installing new products, using multiple runtimes, cameras, lighting options, figure posing, animation basics and much more!
How to watch this tutorial series
These tutorials can be found by navigating to the 'Tutorials' option in the main navigation bar. From there you'll want to select 'Premium Tutorials' from the drop-down. You can Click Here to be taken directly to the first lesson.
If you have any questions or comments after viewing this lesson, you can post in our Premium Tutorials Forum. You can Click Here to go directly to the forum or you can click the 'Have Questions' button on the tutorial page.
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Mark Bremmer, a Moderator in the Carrara forum, has
been a member of Renderosity since 2000. Professionally, Mark has
worked as an illustrator, animator and designer for over 20 years.
While much of his work is for the business to business markets, if
you have seen shows like; The Voice, ESPY Awards or the History
Channel’s Mega Movers, then you have seen some of Marks
commercial work for consumers.
Since deadlines are ‘King’, Mark uses a host of software to complete projects on-time such as; Vue xStream, Cinema 4D (with a ton of plugins), Lightwave, modo, Poser and Carrara. His Video applications include the Adobe suite of products and Apple’s Final Cut offering.
This diversity of experience in software and client needs has resulted in Mark being asked to be a presenter at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), SIGGRAPH and also makes him a sought after freelance author for 3D Artists Magazine, 3D World Magazine and Micro Filmmaker Magazine. In addition, Mark is asked to speak at art colleges and schools about the business of creativity in the commercial world.
Over the years, Mark has also been hired by several tutorial companies to produce a variety of tutorial series on many of the software packages that he uses professionally.
- Poser 11 Video Tutorial: Lighting and Skin Tones
- Poser 11 Video Tutorial: Layers and Render Queues
- Poser 11 Video Tutorial: G-Buffers
- Poser 11 Video Tutorial: Baked Subdivision and Smooth Translation
- Poser 11 Video Tutorial: New Facial Controls
- Poser 11 Video Tutorial: Caustics, Area Lights and Volumetrics
- Extended License Products
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.
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
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!