I see. Some sites don’t allow direct links- it’s not just Xcal. Don’t know why.
This is easily explained.
During my tenure as the ‘Keeper of the Freebies’ and then when I re-organized the list to directly link to various ships, props and skins. I was contacted via PM here and over at Deviant Art to only link to the front page of the website.
the reason being, to advertise their content and other services and not just the free items.
Xcalpro, http://www.trekmeshes.ch and the now nonexisitant Marygraphics (which held the Voyager based props) being just few of the big names that support our scifi fix.
for Xcalpro, the process is relatively simple click on the word download on the left hand side of the splash page, and then click on…say…Sets and Furniture. and you’re in ...“slicker than snot”.
Treckmeshes.ch requires an extra step. click on download meshes, then “I Agree’ if you agree to the Legalese. and surf to what you need. Just remember DAZ Studio doesn’t use anything but it’s own formats and OBJ files. Poser has the luxury of being able to use additional formats. So stick with OBJ formats.
Great use of Poser2014. but now let see an image that won’t be in your graphic novel, ie same scene but ‘JUICED UP’ render settings, lets see some of the more heavily advanced firefly features. (I’d do the same but I’m a NOOB first deck-seaman when it comes to Poser.)
I’m curious to see what you turn out.
I finally did my first 2014 image last night, I’m impressed to say the least with some of the features by I’m still a beginner.
The fitting room in my opinion still lags behind in what I discovered as an ‘autofit’ in my tutorial for D|S ‘Never have poke through again. but then it’s probably me that doesn’t understand. how to use the feature…even after watching the tutorial four times.