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I'm brand new. Why Poser instead of DAZ Studio?

kenwmay_bab7cfcd5fkenwmay_bab7cfcd5f Posts: 67
edited December 1969 in Poser Discussion

What are the advantages of using Poser? And is there a trial version?


  • GhostmanGhostman Posts: 213
    edited December 1969
  • estheresther Posts: 552
    edited December 1969

    Well I do tooning in poser, (and every now and then I use dynamic clothes and when I need them I really need them, for certain scenes in my graphic novel.)
    I find the tooning easiest and best in poser. And I have a ton of poser content so I would not like to have to modify my lights, and scenes and textures for DS.
    I find poser easy to use.
    I like poser a lot.
    I have tried DS and if my figures would work equally well in both without jumping through hoops, I would use both, but it is not good me having a nice character in DS that would not work well in poser so for that reason I don't use DS at the moment.
    Love esther

  • willyb53willyb53 Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    You get a pdf manual ;)


  • estheresther Posts: 552
    edited December 1969

    I love pdf manuals, as they are easy to search.
    I assume both proggies have that?
    Love esther

  • estheresther Posts: 552
    edited December 1969

    I would have kept both in my work flow but I didn't want a character in DS that couldn't equally be used easily in the poser.

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