Quick Dynamic Clothing TutQuick Dynamic Clothing Tut6 years ago in Poser More Like This
A quick and simple way to do clothing dynamic simulations in Poser 6 and 7
By Ayane Matrix
Recently, it has come to my attention that several people avoid using Posers cloth room to do dynamic clothing simulations for free or retail products. For me, allowing a clothing prop to drape across a figure is easier to work with and produce more realistic results than I could ever get by trying to use conforming clothes. Sadly, not everyone thinks this way. So, what I intend to do is provide interested parties with some basic information in the hopes that it helps them to gain a better understanding of the clothing room.
Step 1: Preparing the basic figure
For the most part, this one of the more crucial steps in using dynamic clothing. You must start by setting up your figure with a zero pose state as many dynamic clothing outfits are fitted to the figure in this pose. This can differ from figure to figure, but many are at least setup in a similar fashion.
Step 2: Using a suit
Help for 3d newbiesHelp for 3d newbies6 years ago in Poser More Like This
Okay boys and girls, I'm posting up another tutorial for the 3d world. But this is more of a tech support session than program help. I'm a CompTIA A+ certified computer tech, and I'm going to share some knowledge to help you either upgrade your system to better utilize 3d, and give you advice if you're going to build or buy a new system.
First let's start with your motherboard.
The motherboard is that big discolored thing that everything is plugged into. the motherboard to a computer is like a body to us; it holds our organs, and gives us movement.
You will need a board with an AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port). This is the bare minimum that you will need. NEVER EVER SETTLE FOR PCI.( Unless it's PCI-E. Much better and a helluva lot faster) The AGP slot is usually brown on most boards, and has a clip to hold your video card in place. Newer or specialty motherboards can have different colored ports *woo!*.
Next up is RAM (Random Access Memory) I recommend DDR2 (Dual Data Rate). There are a