The sole purpose of this tutorial is to introduce you to the world of Poser 5 dynamic cloth props, and to the daunting, Poser 5 Cloth Room.I enjoyed preparing this, because I know the bitch of a time I had learning this the hard way. I truly wanted to save others the grief, hair pulling and gnashing of teeth that normally accompany first attempts to use this room.I also know if you follow the instructions to the letter, you will have a most satisfying and rewarding run.Enjoy.Jusletgojusletgo@ixpres.comJusletgo on 6:05AM Thu, 18 March 2004
A tutorial for Photoshop users for adding tonal and atmospheric effects to your Poser renders.
Many of you already are already familiar with the good doctor and his notorious tutorials for Poser. Renderosity is proud to present "The Doctor is Out...(to lunch)!" with Dr Geep as a Featured Contributor and bring you the first in his series of tutorials on Poser 4. So, let's begin with: +DG#001 Joint Parameters!
Have fun exploring Poser animation with the second installment of notorious tutorials from the good doctor with: +DG#002 Animation.
Intro: This tutorial will take you through the steps necessary to create a 3d fabric drape in Bryce using terrains. This is the second in a series of easy to do terrain modification tutorials, to get an assortment of effects in Bryce.To prep for creating any type of fabric drape,I suggest studying how fabrics drape over and on different surfaces in everyday life.
Transform your ordinary photos to great looking illustration.Grigori on 10:52AM Thu, 29 April 2004
The third installment of Dr. Geep's infamous tutorials. This one explores the differences in these two edges and how to make use of both in Poser with: +DG#003 Hard & Soft Edges
This tutorial illustrates how to add a touch of photo realism to a landscape render by enhancing selected 2D textures using Photoshop Layer and Layer Style features.