I know ya say it’s not that hard to build, but I don’t understand blender, nor have the time to learn it, I haven’t had the time to learn my Hexagon software
No need to learn anything new, everything we’ve talked about can be done in Studio, and I believe Poser is little different. It’s worth finding a little time to play with the primitives because they can be a very quick and efficient method of putting together a simple prop that isn’t available anywhere else. For instance I’ve just decided I need a disabled parking pass to use in my current image, it’s going to take me longer to go out to the car to get mine so I can take a picture of it to use as the texture, than it will to make the primitive I’ll be applying it to. Similarly in the picture below I needed a cane for the girl, and it only took about 5 minutes to put it together - that’s less time than it would have taken to look for one in a store (not that one’s available), never mind buy and install it.