Thomas de Groot wrote:
> These are not very expensive, but in the end I believe you
> will spend more money in perfecting Daz than by investing initially in Poser
> and go on from there.
> On the Content Paradise site, you will find a whole range of figures (human
> and animal), props, hairs, that have been offered for free in the past.
> Miki/Miki2 is one of them. Free conforming hair can be found for instance
> here http://www.digitalbabes2.com/
> Very important (and very complex) is the free Apollo Maximus figure by Anton
> It works as well for Poser as for Daz. It is one of my favourites because
> you can change totally the whole morphology of the figure, so you have
> endless possibilities to people your scenes. Currently the 2007 version is
> up but Anton is working on the 2008 (and probably final) version.
> The only two things in which I have invested because I saw their utility,
> are http://www.physicalc-software.com/poserphysics/, and
> In the end, I may not have been entirely fair to Daz, but that is because I
> very rapidly switched from the use of Daz to Poser, mainly because I ended
> up pretty soon (immediately to tell the truth) against the usefulness limits
> of Daz. I still have not met those in Poser...
Okay, I'm sold on POSER
Thanks so much Thomas, that made it very clear
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