Andrew_C 7:04PM Tue, 07 February 2012
That should be "Very interesting tutorial and very different from the run of the mill Poser tutorial." Sorry, brainfart
Andrew_C 7:00PM Tue, 07 February 2012
Very interesting and Tut from the run of the mill. It's good to see a cartoon-style tutorial focusing on the important part, the postwork. As I'm sure you are aware, some of the things you are correcting in post can easily be fixed in Poser. Poke-through has always been fixable with magnets (morph brush too) and now that the morph brush can finally do multiple zones you can smooth squiffy joints as well. But it's all a case of what you are more comfortable with. If it's faster to fix it in Photoshop at the same time as everything else, then fix it there. Some of us are still a bit shy of Photoshop, so it might be easier for us to fix it in Poser.
Ecstasy 12:30PM Thu, 27 October 2011
dah35000 2:35AM Sun, 05 December 2010
This rocks buddy. Thanks for the tips. now I should be able to make my renders stand out even more..
jewell 3:33PM Tue, 30 November 2010
very cool methodology. I use the layers technique for compositing images my CPU can't compute all the detail for, but hadn't thought to use it like this. Thanks for the new PoV.
Seaview123 10:17AM Mon, 27 September 2010
That was really interesting, and a great way to clean up Poser images! Thanks for the tutorial, I learned a lot.
alzartz 6:36AM Fri, 10 September 2010
A wonderful lesson!! Cheers!
ri088804 3:38PM Wed, 18 August 2010
Ahh man your using photoshop!! I was hoping you were actually creating posable outfits. Oh well great job anyway
SilverDolphin 5:29PM Sun, 01 August 2010
Thank you for sharing this is great!
midnight_stories 11:17AM Wed, 21 July 2010
Super tut my friend excellent work !!!
StudioArtVartanian 7:02PM Thu, 15 July 2010
Amazing tutorial from an amazing artist!!!! You Rock!!!!
fudster 12:55AM Thu, 15 July 2010
Crazy like a fox. Now that you laidedit out like that it all seem easy now. Awesome tut my friend. I can't wait to give it a try.
blbarrett 12:00AM Thu, 15 July 2010
Really an efficient and logical way to get great results. This is a killer tutorial, thanks for sharing your method. Thanks :)
garyandcatherine 12:12AM Tue, 13 July 2010
Very well done. This is a very time intensive process, but one that works very well. You did a great job making this tutorial. Thanks
TOPcat831 10:17PM Sun, 11 July 2010
So that's how YOU do it?
RodS 11:27PM Sun, 04 July 2010
Daaaaaammmmmmmmnnnnn, Roy! This kicks some serious behind, buddy! I can see I'm gonna have to spend some time with this technique! This tut absolutely ROCKS! Well written and clear - excellent! Thanks so much for sharing this with us!