Poser Gallery


Welcome to my Poser gallery!!

Since I started, I’ve done a lot of pictures using Poser and decided to put this gallery together to show off some of the work I’ve done. All of the images here were done by me in either Poser or Bryce. Most of these pictures were done in support of this blog but a few were done just because I had an idea that I wanted to see how it looked. I started with Poser Debut but I’m now using Poser Pro 2014.

I’m surprised at how many pictures I have created. The number of pictures is getting close to a hundred so please be patient as the gallery loads loads. Unfortunately, this gallery is Flash based. If you don’t have Flash, I recommend my other Poser gallery. It has many of the same pictures but uses a different format and unfortunately I seldom update it.

If you hover your mouse over a picture, you will see a description of the picture, a “+” and maybe an “@” .  Clicking the “+” symbol will give you an enlarged view of the picture. Clicking the “@” symbol takes you to the post featuring that picture.


Trying to use a few of the rules of writing
Just one more call before dinner

If you’re interested in pursuing this further, here are some of the vendors I deal with:

Contentparadise.com – This is Smith Micro’s (Poser developer) storefront. They have a number of free and paid 3d models. They also have a number of free tutorials on using Poser.

www.Daz3d.com – Free DAZ3D Studio and some very nice 3d models. They often have free models and specials. Not surprisingly, they have a number of free tutorials on Daz Studio. They also support Bryce, another very interesting art package.

www.Poserworld.com – Poserworld operates on the subscription model. You subscribe to them for a month, a lifetime or anything in-between. As a subscriber you can download all the 3d models you want. They release new models frequently. They will consider special requests and provide a number of useful tutorials.

www.Renderosity.com – I like Renderosity. They have a wide variety of packages and free packages. They run a lot of specials. When I need an unusual scene or special effects, I start with Renderosity.

www.ShareCG.com – ShareCG is a good place for aspiring artists to show off their efforts. Everything is free but you have cognizant of the rights given to you by the packages. Some are for personal use only and some are free to use for both commercial and personal. I’ve found some very good 3d models and some very mediocre.

www.RuntimeDNA.com – RuntimeDNA also has a wide variety of characters, clothing and settings.

PzDB – PzDB is not a site, it’s a program that makes it easy to keep track of all the models you acquire. When I passed 100 files I was lost and found it increasingly difficult to find my 3d models. Now I only do a search followed by a drag and drop. I highly recommend it.


1 Comment

  1. Sandy

    Why haven’t we seen some of these pix?? Where is the blog to go with the hidden paragraph ?


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