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Art - Poser Cuties by me

Postby RTwizz » Tue Sep 25, 2007 2:18 pm

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I think she looks cute. I got tons more to upload they're just waiting to be postworked. Please don't display the pictures on other websites. Those are exclusive for Kinky Gerlinky Forums. Thank you!
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Postby underheel » Tue Sep 25, 2007 5:57 pm

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Postby Berry » Tue Sep 25, 2007 6:38 pm

Get V4, she seems to have that joint problem fixed :idea:

In C4D you can adjust these, can't you. Or do you only use it to render the picture?.... That's EUR 685 wrong spend, I think.

Thanks for the post RTwizz :D Cute :wink:
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Postby underheel » Tue Sep 25, 2007 11:33 pm

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Postby RTwizz » Wed Sep 26, 2007 3:03 pm

I wanna be able to get quick results when I do test renders, not wait half hour for a the render to finish. Rendered at 2000 x 2000 pixels these renders take anywhere between 20 seconds to a minute in Poser 4 on a 2.4 Ghz dual. I know poser 5, 6, 7 have improved a lot but the rendering time is sloowwer. That's why I still use Poser 4 and touch up joint problems and even adjust lighting in Photoshop. I think the model was Vicky2 actually.
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Postby Berry » Wed Sep 26, 2007 4:52 pm

It's all about reflections I think. Poser 4 does not have the ability to create real reflections, that is why RTwizz uses a reflection map to "fake" it. If the program has to calculate reflections (and ambient occlusion, radiosity etc) the render time increases. I assume Poser 7 and Cinema4D will render just as quick using these maps and settings with all further eyecandy disabled.

LOL @ RTwiss, so you're using "old" software and "old" figures and still get the best results in the shortest time :lol: That's what I call savings ... if you did not need Photoshop with a pricetag of $ 649.00 to fix the joints that is :roll: ..............

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Postby underheel » Wed Sep 26, 2007 6:57 pm

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Postby Frito » Sat Oct 13, 2007 3:21 pm

Wonderful stuff.

OK; I want to learn to do this. Given that I lack talent, how hard is it? I presume I need Poser (for my Mac) and some add-on stuff? What stuff?
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Postby Frito » Sat Oct 13, 2007 3:22 pm

Wonderful stuff.

OK; I want to learn to do this. Given that I lack talent, how hard is it? I presume I need Poser (for my Mac) and some add-on stuff? What stuff?
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Postby Berry » Sun Oct 14, 2007 12:05 am

Poser works with "presets", you load a figure then you ad the clothing and hair. All can be changed such as hair colour, clothing materials and the characters expression. Then pose (camera and figure, both can be adjusted) and render the image. You do not have to know (or learn) 3D. The real money (as if $250.00 isn't real money) is in the content. Once you used one figure you will need other clothes and /or attributes which will cost you up to tens of dollars. But there is also free stuff made by users. You can download the demo to give it a try:

http://www.e-frontier.com/

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Postby underheel » Thu Oct 18, 2007 8:53 pm

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Postby Chris » Fri Jan 25, 2008 9:07 am

Sweet. Does she have a name? I think if you give her a name, she might come alive and stalk you. (I read that once in a Tantric sex book. There is a special name for such demons, but I forget what.)

I put .2 pixel Guassian blur on her.
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Postby Berry » Fri Jan 25, 2008 5:35 pm

Nice re-start that may be useful since I noticed this program while surfing:

http://www.daz3d.com/i.x/shop/itemdetails/-/?item=5259

It can make 3D faces for Poser from photographs so you can make a celebrity wear (or do :roll: ) anything you like. Now that will put Underheel to work (...we hope).
May I request Janet Jackson, Uma Thurman and Angelina Jolie polishing each others tight 'n shiny latex catsuits :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

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Postby horizonhold » Sat Mar 15, 2008 9:46 pm

Lol, I joined just to reply to this...

V4 has one of the most advanced bodies in the industry, it has clipping problems as pretty much EVERY single 3D model in the planet.

If you are using C4D, instead of photoshoping the clipping, you should grab the vertexes that are producing the clipping and put them where they should be, that's how it's done in movies and TV shows. I haven't used C4D, but I know 3DS Max let me do it.

Payd 700 eur for C4D?

My student license for 3D Studio Max 2008 (which is far better and more used than C4D) costed me $20. You should do a little more research before paying that kind of money.

Renders are ALWAYS slow, each frame for the Transformers movie took around 40 hours to get.

In the last feature film that was worked in the studio I work, it took aorund 30 min per frame with 8 CPUs rendering it, Mental Ray render.

V4 and most Daz models have hi-res meshes, they are models created for still images, these are not commonly used in movies and videogames, there they rely on things like bump maps, textures, displacement maps and normals to make the models look far more complex than what they really are. Poser doesn't even support Normals and it's capacity to cope with displacement maps it's not that great, so hi-res models are needed so people with no actual knowledge of 3D can make nice renders with just a few clicks.
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Postby widecollar » Wed Sep 02, 2009 12:10 pm

They are pretty impressive, how did you do those?

http://img525.imageshack.us/i/r3of4.jpg/
http://img223.imageshack.us/i/r4du0.jpg/

I do not know much about 3d, so would you please tell me how can I create such 3d catsuit women?
Thanks
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