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You can download tons of characters, props, poses, or if you have some extra cash, you can even buy some cool 3D figures from sites such as Daz3D and Renderosity.
(The model used above is a freebie MDP F202 model downloaded from this link. I'm still thinking of what name to give her.)
Of course you can delve deeper, morph objects and faces (imported from jpegs), create meshes, 'clothify' and create Python scripts.
Yes... applying even simple random generating algorithms on vertices produces cool abstract stuff. But then, involving algorithms in this easy click and pose application defeats my purpose of just having fun and easing the stress produced by software development.
I don't like things to sound this way:
Q: What do you do for work..?
I will, post more thoughts about Poser and link to some cool Poser produced images in the days to come.
Who knows, I might even post some of my Poser-renders of the day.
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