Digital content & Poser Freebies
Hello and welcome to LadyfyreGraphics digital doodles. I create my digital artwork mainly with Smith Micro’s Poser, Daz3d‘s Daz Studio, Carrara 8, Daz Hexagon (for 3d modelling), E-on Software’s Vue and of course Adobe Photoshop software.
I love making Poser morphs, characters and textures, especially for the poser horse models. I have a small herd of real horses as my muse and use photographs of them and friends horses to build my textures and poses from. I also have some clothing textures and free hair models that I have made over the years available in my free Poser downloads.
I have posted several tutorials and articles here, how to make Poser hair models in Cinema 4d is one example.
xxx ~Angela~ Ladyfyre-Graphics, 10th May, 2014.
There have been many different 3d horse models over the years (since 1999) that I have been using Poser. In terms of realism and posability they have come a long way yet some of the older models still have a place in your runtime. This is a series of articles discussing all of the ones that I have owned and their pros and cons from the old P4 horse to the Hivewire 3d Horse.
Custom Genesis 3 Female Character and Hair This was a quick render in Daz Studio iRay of the new custom Genesis 3 Female character that I’ve been experimenting with. This is a full body and face morph and conforming polygon mesh hair that I’ve adapted from one of my older props and updated for Genesis
Remapping the gorgeous Hivewire 3d horse to the Millennium horse UVs so I can use my own textures.
A little bit if time on my hands and I had been really missing being able to use my huge library of textures that I’ve created over the years so instead of retrofitting around 60 textures I thought it would be quicker to remap the HWHorse obj UVs instead.
New Texture for Hivewire 3d Horse Harry I love working with this horse model, it poses amazingly and the way the mane and tail work with the model is sheer genius. On all of these renders I am only using the mane and tail that comes with the model, no post work painting hair in
Easy 3d Hair Modeling for Poser with splines and loft nurbs in cinema 4d 1. Set up Poser figures are very tiny in dimension when imported into Cinema, and very difficult to work with, so we have to set up Cinema’s Import/Export settings to accommodate this. Go to File>Import/Export Settings>Wavefront and enter 500 as the
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This sturdy white, glossy ceramic mug is an essential to your cupboard. This brawny version of ceramic mugs shows its true colors with quality assurance to withstand heat in the microwave and put it through the dishwasher as many times as you like, the quality will not be altered. • Ceramic • Dishwasher safe •
The Heavy Horse model by Bloodsong is the ONLY horse model available for use in Poser that has a properly articulated neck allowing it to graze in a natural pose. Also while I use the Daz Millennium Horse for most of my close up work, I ONLY use the Heavy Horse for large muscular draft animals (ie: Shire horses, Clydesdales, Percherons etc) as the draft morphs for the Millennium Horse just do not cut the mustard. Daz also have their Charger horse model but it too falls short when compared to this model in depicting a large muscular heavy horse. Also if you are creating fantasy or historical art and need a trusty steed for your hero there is no better horse model for Poser than the Heavy Horse!
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