Conforming Clothing

Skill Level: Advanced / Views: 20278 / System Requirements: Windows PC; Poser 4, A 3D modeler that uses .OBJ files

Cerate a conforming clothing figure. Focus on joint centers and setup.

nerd on 12:00AM Sat, 20 November 1999

Create your own characters with Quidam 1.1

Skill Level: Advanced / Views: 7532 / System Requirements: Poser 5,6,7 / Quidam 1.1

A simple step by step tutorial for creating your own characters with Quidam.You can download a free trial version : http://www.n-sided.com

FS on 11:33AM Mon, 26 March 2007

Converting conforming clothes to dynamic clothes

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 7407

Conforming skirts and dresses can be a real pain to pose, especially when the character pose is more extreme or the character is heavily morphed. Dynamic skirts and dresses have the advantage that Poser 5 can do the cloth fitting for you.This tutorial will show how to convert an existing conforming clothing item to a dynamic one. For this tutorial I will use PhilCs miniskirt for Judy, available as a freebie on his site, www.philc.net, and of course I will use Judy.Poser 5 is required; dynamic cloth is not available in Poser 4, Poser Pro Pack, Poser Artist or DAZ|Studio. SR4 is highly recommended, but this tutorial will work for all versions of Poser 5 even the original unpatched version.

svdl on 2:46PM Sat, 01 January 2005

Creating Conforming Clothes Part 1

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 6345 / System Requirements: Poser

Turning a cloth mesh into conforming clothes.

Fugazi1968 on 4:49PM Tue, 01 September 2009

Dynamic Clothing Tutorials for Victoria 4 ( poser7 )

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 5777 / System Requirements: poser

Dynamic Clothing Tutorials for Victoria 4, step by step.

Cute3d on 4:06AM Wed, 09 July 2008

How to make water in Poser

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 5458

This tutorial shows how to make a realistic water surface in Poser (requires Poser 5 or 6)

fran_joel on 1:26PM Wed, 20 April 2005

Yet Another Realistic Skin Technique v2.0

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 4876 / System Requirements: Poser 5+

This is the new and improved version of my realistic skin tutorial! All you need is a basic knowledge of how to create and connect nodes and how to edit their parameters. This shader, designed to work well in virtually any lighting situation, is easily adaptable to any 3D figure, and there's also a section on further customization.

Iuvenis_Scriptor on 2:56PM Mon, 25 May 2009

Sweaty Skin in Poser 7

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 4242 / System Requirements: I use Windows and Poser 7

Node tweaking to give your Poser characters wet, sweaty, glorious glistening skin.

kfox on 2:27PM Tue, 05 January 2010

Making Translucent Skin

Skill Level: Regular / Views: 3900 / System Requirements: Poser 7 or higher

This is a simple yet powerful material that gives good realism and an extra trick for the ears.You'll need some Poser skills, but I'll try and explain on the way...English is not my best, so i hope you'll accept a few errors :)

edbbob on 5:47PM Tue, 02 September 2008

Deep in the Underworld -step by step-

Skill Level: Advanced / Views: 3898 / System Requirements: Photoshop CS2 / Wacom tablet

This is a step by step of my artwork "Deep in the Underworld", to show how I usually make my pictures.

Dark-spider on 4:34PM Fri, 06 February 2009

Create your own Secondskins - no Poser needed!

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 3848

Tutorial on how to create secondskins for use in D|S - a great alternative to complicated clothes making and Poser is not required. A simple way to dress your characters. Suitable for beginners.

IO4 on 1:55PM Wed, 14 December 2005

Yet Another Realistic Skin Technique for P6+

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 3799 / System Requirements: Poser 6+

UPDATED 3/17/2009 at 7:30 PM EST (BROKEN LINK FIXED)After months of trial-and-error, research, and raw effort, I've arrived at a skin shading technique that I believe is actually worth sharing with others! It's optimized for M4/V4, but it can be easily adapted to virtually any figure.

Iuvenis_Scriptor on 11:19PM Sat, 28 February 2009

Creating a Custom Morph in ZBrush 2 and Exporting It to Poser

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 3429 / System Requirements: Windows or Macintosh PC; Poser 6, ZBrush2

This tutorial goes through the process of importing your Poser mesh into Zbrush 2; how to manipulate the mesh to create a custom morph; how to export the mesh; how to import it into Poser 6; and how to create and install you new custom morph onto a Poser figure.

DaveF on 9:32PM Mon, 22 September 2008

Converting conforming clothes with Poser tools {Nudity}

Skill Level: Regular / Views: 3415 / System Requirements: P5+

Wardrobe Wizzard and Tailor do not support all figures.Most clothes can be easy convert from one figure to another using only Poser. Converting clothes is easier if figures has the same or similar body parts and if clothes are "one piece", without loops, belt, pockets, ties etc.I hope that images help you understand my "English" ;)

shuy on 3:36PM Thu, 13 November 2008

Cartoon rendering with IBL

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 3090 / System Requirements: Poser 7

It is a fast and simple way to render a cartoon, using the IBL function.

DWM on 4:57AM Mon, 27 October 2008

Creating Templates for Figures with Multiple Texture Maps

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 3044

This tutorial describes how to use UV Mapper Classic (free version) or UV Mapper Professional to create templates for models that have multiple texture maps. Also includes several images that show which materials appear on each texture map for all Poser 5 figures, as well as DAZ figures (Victoria 1, 2 and 3; Michael 1, 2 and 3; Millenium Kids; and Millenium Baby)

Deecey on 12:19PM Sat, 22 November 2003

Creating Displacement Maps for use in Poser

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 2941 / System Requirements: Poser 5-7 and Photoshop or eqiv.

This tutorial will take you through the creation of a diffuse or texture map and the corresponding displacement map for use in Poser.

LukeA on 10:12PM Wed, 10 June 2009

Conforming hair to poser figures heads

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 2856

A simple tutorial on conforming hair to figures heads.Requested by moderator Angel1.

LillianaSapphire on 9:48AM Mon, 12 December 2005

Playing with Shaders in DAZ|Studio

Skill Level: Intermediate / Views: 2780

Getting acquainted with the Surface Tab and making Shaders in DAZ|Studio

JenX on 11:24AM Tue, 24 January 2006

Second Skins and displacement

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 2742

A simple trick to add some depth to second skin textures using Poser 5/6 displacement mapping.

svdl on 12:36PM Wed, 22 June 2005

the 30 second Poser render speed upgrade

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 2682

This tutorial will show you how to speed up renders, make Poser more responsive to the "cancel" button, and make the all around Poser experience more enjoyable.

commander_bombast on 6:48PM Wed, 01 December 2004

Full body morphs for Poser using Zbrush.

Skill Level: Advanced / Views: 2682

This tutorial will guide you step by step by successfully achieve full body morphs in Poser.

royuriel on 4:37PM Thu, 29 May 2003

Modeling, UVW-Mapping, and Texturing Asteroids

Skill Level: Advanced / Views: 2629 / System Requirements: Windows PC; 3D Studio MAX

This tutorial explains a method of creating good-looking asteroids in 3ds Max. The tutorial focuses on setting up UVW-Mapping coordinates that minimize both stretching and seams.

Waylon on 12:00AM Fri, 05 July 2002

Adobe CS Review and Premiere Pro CS5

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 2546 / System Requirements: Adobe Photoshop

This tutorial shows you how to take advantage of Premiere Pro CS5's new ability to use CS Review to do online client reviews of Video.

nickcharles on 2:10AM Wed, 22 September 2010

From Blender to Poser the Easy Way

Skill Level: Beginner / Views: 2446 / System Requirements: Windows or Mac for Poser; Linux, Mac or Windows for Blender, Poser 6+, Obj2Cr2 Python Script (PhilC)

Importing 3D clothing meshes into Poser to make conforming cloth just got a whole lot easier with PhilC's Obj2Cr2 Python script utility. If you do your prep work right - and there's not really all *that* much that needs doing - you will find yourself freed from the frustration of that bane of Poser content developers: the "Setup Room".A caveat: this is how *I* import clothing made in Blender3D. I may have left a tickbox unticked or left some key point unsaid. Please let me know if you find yourself at a loss as to how to continue. Be happy to help. Another caveat: this tutorial was written a long time ago Blender 2.45?? - WOW!)... I only recently discovered that during a website reshuffle some images were moved, which I've restored. The tutorial still works even in the newer versions of Blender and Poser. I've almost completely gone to dynamic cloth, however, so do not avail myself much of mechanisms that facilitate modelling conforming cloth anymore.

RobynsVeil on 8:45PM Sat, 07 June 2008