diviner 4:07PM Wed, 10 December 2008
Thanks for all the nice comments!
shg0816 9:47AM Fri, 06 October 2006
That was absolutely PERFECT!! The directions are clear, consise and easy to follow. I can wait to start putting some personal mats together with thumbnails that will be useful. Thanks for the great tip!!
toppro77 7:13PM Sun, 08 January 2006
Great Tutorial. Works the same in Poser 6 except that you can't resize the render in Poser. At least I can't figure out how to do that that. I render it then take it into my photo program and add a cool mauve background color with a cool lighting effect to the image and then resize it to about 75X150 pixels. Save it as the new .png file and the images look great and it makes it easier to see what you have in your libraries, especially the character detail.
zooter 10:43AM Sat, 10 September 2005
Good, clear tutorial. This technique works for Poser 4 with Pro Pack, too.
jeanne_50 5:23PM Sat, 09 July 2005
Thank you so much for this tutorial. it's soo simple now I know how :) I used to make them in photoshop!! Thanks again, Love, Jeanne
danielsunatwork 1:46AM Sat, 02 July 2005
Very simple, very helpful. THANK YOU!
vitara 12:29AM Thu, 17 March 2005
I always wondered how others' thumbnails looked so "rendered" while mine were so "sketchy" even in full texture mode. I was just about to go through the troubles CandeeKis mentioned above when I saw your great tip here - now I can have MY beautiful thumbnails done within minutes! Thanks heaps!
CandeeKis 3:30PM Wed, 02 February 2005
Excellent ~ This sure saves time from creating those little PNG's in Photoshop and then creating rsr's in P3D0! Great tip!
VARB 9:24PM Sat, 29 January 2005
tank you hommey!
acanthis 6:34AM Sun, 23 January 2005
Damn, why didn't I think of this? ;) This is a great tip. Thanks for sharing.
Tolamaq 8:29AM Sun, 09 January 2005
Very clever! It never occurred to me to do this.
arrow1 3:12AM Fri, 07 January 2005
A great tip and easy to read tutorial which explains everything.Especially for dummies like me! arrow1
diviner 8:23PM Wed, 05 January 2005
Great tip! I hope others will post their tips as well!
svdl 6:42PM Wed, 05 January 2005
A simple and good way to make nice thumbnails. I do it the same way, but I usually use Firefly (at this small size render times are inconsequential). A tip: you can make non-square thumbnails too! You can make them taller if you want a good looking thumb for a tall figure, e.g. a human character. I've got a few thumbnails of 91x140 in my library, they show off the figure very well.