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Jean Grey - P8 Closeup by mattymanx Jean Grey - P8 Closeup by mattymanx
One more Poser 8 image to show how the suits look like in, well...Poser.

The X-Men addon for the suit can be found here - [link]

EDIT: I have re-rendered and replaced the image posted earlier. The new image uses Nadino's bump settings which personally, work out much better.

Rendered in Poser 8 - No postwork except name
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Childe-Of-Fyre Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Where is this suit actually available? The expansion for the bodysuit, I mean. I've seen the comments in your pieces about who made it, but nothing on their page with anything even remotely hinting at where the X-Verse stuff can be located.

This render is very nicely done; I like the way the light is working with the texture of the suit in the front, and I'm really loving the shoulders on that suit!

I noticed in one of your other renders, your comment in regards to posing in Poser8 vs. in D/S. I've toyed around with DS just a little bit (DS4), and I definitely can see where your rythm would be 'off' when trying to pose in Poser. For what it's worth - when I build a pose in Poser (and I started with Poser 4, I'm going the other way - having to try and learn the DS interface, painfully slowly) -- anyway. When I build a pose inside of Poser, I usually start at the hips, legs, and feet. Get them positioned the way I want, then work my way up the torso to the chest, neck, head. Then I work my way down from the collars, the upper arms, the forearms, the hands, the fingers. Along the way, I may go back and re-tweak a twist, a bend, or a side-to-side rotational here or there on the other parts, as the pose builds.

I do not know if this will help you - but I hope it does. LOL.
mattymanx Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I will add the link to the description but this is where you can get it - [link]

As for posing in Poser, its not the order of operation thats the issue, its the Poser Interface. I understand also the frustration of going from Poser to DS. Though for me my exposure to Poser was very limited so when DS came out it was not all that bad. That first step is the worst one, after that it only gets better.
Childe-Of-Fyre Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much for the link! Those suits are drool-worthy! Heh.

And yes, I've struggled with the DS interface since it's inception, really. I remember the first public release they had made available, and I've tried every version, every new release since - but it wasn't until this last version (DS4), that I was able to even stomach the interface. And I actually really like what they've done with DS4, just have to get a handle on the lights. Heh. I started out with Poser 4 back prior to the 4.01 patch, back when Posette and Dork were the go-to figures and V2/M2 were juuuuuuust starting to break into the market.

In the meantime though... if you questions on the interface or can't seem to find a function you're looking for, you can always feel free to send me a note and ask, ok? If I can help you out with it, I certainly will. I know just from trying to learn DS4's interface that going from one program to the other can be quite the trip at times. It took me forever and a day just figure out how to conform a piece of clothing in DS! LOL.
mattymanx Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Your welcome! :)
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SmithMicro Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2009

I recently noticed your great Poser® image when I was browsing around after setting up the Smith Micro account here at deviantART. I’m currently working on a project to collect some of the best images representing the “Faces of Poser” to assemble into a gallery online. I would appreciate it if you would consider submitting this (and/or other images) for us to use as an example of the variety of characters rendered by artists using the Poser software.

If you decide to submit this or any additional artwork to Smith Micro, you can do so using the Artwork Submission form here, where you can also find the submission specifications and Terms & Conditions. We will always credit you as the artist if we use your image, and if we post your image here on deviantART, will link back to the original, as well as your artist page. When submitting your image(s), please make note in the “additional credit” box that you are submitting to the “Faces of Poser” collection, and of your deviantID so we can reference you.

Thank you for your consideration,
Tori Porter
Online Marketing Manager
Smith Micro Software & Content Paradise
JeffersonAF Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2009   Digital Artist
gridcube Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2009
the leather looks soo... leatherish :lmao:
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