Claire II by A-Spot ()
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Right .. I know the hands are a bit outta place, but I'm not really good at Poser yet.
Rendered in Vue 7 xStream in 32 minutes.
PS. Should this and other pics be posted in the Poser or the Vue gallery, since it's built in Poser and then rendered and lit in Vue?
EDIT: Just discovered that her shadow looks like a latino dancer. Cool...
Image Comments (8)
Kindredsoul () 5:43AM | Thu, 16 July 2009
I do poser characters in poser then import the characters into Vue for rendering...i think Vue renders are more realistic than Poser, but that is 'maybe' because I dont know Poser render realism tricks yet...
melikia () 11:18AM | Tue, 03 November 2009
I post mine under Vue if that's the program I render in. If I use poser to render, it gets posted as Poser. Otherwise, due to my post-work... they'd all end up in 2D! Great lighting! Yep, the pose is a tad off, but you'll improve there as well. Do you have skinvue? The only other thing that I can see is that your skin ends up a flat grayish shade, a sign that you didn't take care of the materials within Vue (Vue and poser are friends, but they fight when it comes to materials...) SkinVue is the easiest system to managing Poser character skins. I have it - but I rarely use it, as I learned Vue on 6 esprit, and python scripts weren't available for us, so I had to teach myself how to "tweak" the materials. Drop me a PM sometimes, and I'll talk to you about it all. I like the concept behind this one, and the shadow is kick-butt! Lighting is pretty good as well - its not easy to get lighting to be effective at first.
kasalin () 7:55AM | Thu, 18 February 2010
Excellent, dear Thomas, a great pose image and render !!! 5***** Hugs Karin :)