A 1938-63 VW beetle with poseable (spin, bump and steer) wheels and a split/window/oval window/big window morph. Or a 1950-67 VW transporter (panel van, Kombi, 23-winodw bus or camper) with wheels that spin, bump (so you can slam it =)) and steer. I'd pay as much as I did for Victoria. TIA
I'd like to see a whole lot less of Vickie crap. I think I'm right here when I say she is a Zygote figure. Let zygote deal with her. I agree with lmacken, in that, I'd love to see some more cars. I don't have any right now because I can't find any, but if tey were right here, it would be easy to find them. I'd like to see some kids clothes. After all, kids seems to be more uselss than the poser dork. On that note, it's be nice to see some stuff for him. And glasses! It seems like everyone has glasses for their figures, but they won't tell me where they got them.
Packs. Give me sets of things I can buy as a group like the Zygote sampler CD and costume CD's or even the Vicktoria Clothing pack. Also stuff I can make use of in lots of different projects. Most of what I see in the store right now is very specific in nature and has uses only in a few types of scenes. So I'm not likely to buy it. No matter how good a model is if I can only find one or two uses for it my maximum budget for it is $0. On the other hand if I can see a use for it in almost any kind of scene it's worth money to me. This is why I'll buy something like Victoria but not something like the hi-res zygote skeleton, or even a 50 cent model of a jellyfish. Make it have lots of uses and or make it part of a bundle of related items large enough that I regularly find a use for something in the collection if you want me to buy it.
More/better macintosh support. Specific items: Backpack prop or conforming mans catsuit or jumpsuit watercraft (boats, jet ski, dinghy, scuba sled....) well crafted helmets and hair in styles ranging from medieval to sci-fi more facial/head morphs vikings + relevant goodies ninja + relevant goodies transmaps and templates for all existing clothing (organized into one pack ideally) overweight characters and clothes to fit them foodstuffs pack modern sports equipment (skateboard, rollerblades, clothing, eyeshades) more foot wear (modern to primitive and beyond) skeleton horse farm animals (pigs, chickens, goat, sheep....) tribal/aboriginal/native peoples + goodies toga loincloth for male a whip (bendable...morphable) mittens baggy conforming clothing...loose fitting conforming force field long flowing beard and hair for male Wild Things (from "Where the wild things are") rings gloves + gauntlets (sci-fi to primative) cloaks, capes, robes, mantle.... i could go on...
modest, we hope to be adding more mac support in the future (I'm on a mac myself), but most of the items available in the store are easily converted with Maconverter which is available in Free Stuff. It's a lifesaver for us mac users! tile11, you don't say what horse prop you are looking for. There are some things for the Zygote horse that came with Poser in Free Stuff. Otherwise, tell us what you are specifically looking for and perhaps someone can help you out. Diane Thure Griffith Renderosity Online Store Contact DTHUREGRIF@aol.com
Hello all. New to poser here but getting into it. I create graphics and love using poser images in them. I'd be interested in seeing these things: Highland Kilt and shirt. Vintage dresses Violin Swords Wedding dresses complete with trains and veils. And I'm more willing to purchase groups of items. Thanks, Kendra
Subdomains--.renderosity.com. Yeah, I know BBay has 'em. I like you guys better. ^_^ I'd like to ditto on the kimono. In fact, I'd like a few from different periods: see http://web.mit.edu/jpnet/kimono/index.html. If I turn out to be any good at clothes, I'll do it myself, but I haven't had much luck with clothes so far! Chinese clothes would be nice, too. And for men as well as women. I'm sure I'll think of other stuff. Thanks! --Fugue
To be honest, I need tutorials the most. This is a hobby for me. Although it's nice that I can afford to buy all of these wonderful 3d items, I would prefer to make my own items. After almost a year of searching, I inadvertently found a tutorial on building blades for swords. It would be nice if I could pay someone for their expertise. This way I can take what they give me and work on my own projects.
I'd like to see cd's of just related items, that is for@ camping, hunting, swimming, hiking, traveling, picnics, day at the beach, everyday household things, western items, any cultural groupings, safari items, etc. And individual cd's of animation of the gates/movements, characteristics of people, animals, nature@weather, volcano's, twisters, the ocean(tides, wave fronts..), AND tutorials to purchase either individually or as a 'customer' made package item! :) Thank you for asking!!
I think it would be cute, if someone included a beauty salon page to their site, dealing specifically with hair. It could have items for sale and freebies too. There just isn't enough hair out there. There needs to be more poseable hair. When my characters jump from a high place, I would like their hair to reflect that, and with much more realism.
Accurate & detailed firearm models at a reasonable price. Not sci-fi etc, real world 20th century rifles & handguns. When I say detailed, I don't mean all the internals modeled... just stocks & foreends seperate from metal parts, seperate trigger & bolts, accurate cylinders & stock/grip curvature. Except viewpoints which is too expensive, or Zygotes whose selection is too limited, most of the firearms available are garbage. Later...
Iwaves, I think it would be a problem to try to sell licensed characters like South Park characters. Giving them away in Free Stuff will usually be ignored by companies as long as you say "looks like", etc. But when you start making money off licensed items, companies take a very different view of it.