Re: [nbos] [FWE][FM8]Geology in the Fractal World
Mon Aug 6th, 2007
I've got Poser 7. I just haven't been able to get my hands on Vue to
this point. I've been playing with the learning edition and the
simple stuff seems easy enough though I may have to invest in some
more RAM for my desk top (it's starting to get on in computer years.)
I'd definitely be interested in seeing what you've done with it.
I've browsed the professional galleries of Vue, but I'd love to see
what someone relatively new can do with it. It should give me a
better idea of what my curve will be. I'm still working with the fun
of HAIR on Poser! I currently am playing around with a rock and a
plant. (Ok, so I am shamelessly showing my geological roots, I've been
playing around with the rock largely to see what KIND they set their
default rock texture to... seems to be a coarse grained sand stone.)

On 8/6/07, Mike Oliver <> wrote:
> I haven't been able to try out anything other than the Easel versions of
> V5 & V6 (the cheapest!) but I have produced some very acceptable renders
> of parts of the Kinragon world I mapped for Fantasy author Victoria
> Kerrigan. And I'm only a starter on Vue. The Campaign Cartographer maps
> are on my website and, if you're interested, I'll send you bitmap files
> of the renders offlist. All I've done so far is to experiment with
> terrains - I haven't touched buildings, interiors or people. I hope you
> find the Learning Edition useful - I reckon you'll have a lot of fun
> (and some frustration!)
> I also got Bryce 6 for nothing by keeping tabs on the Daz website - they
> do stupendous offers from time to time - and I've done some stuff in
> that which I found rewarding, so it might be worth your while checking
> the Daz site out from time to time. Try this link
> And follow any interesting
> options.
> I believe there's also a free version of Poser (the 3D human figure
> rendering software) available somewhere - possibly E-On or via
> Renderosity although I can't quite recall how I got mine.
> I'll contact Joe Slayton and give him your business e-mail address.
> Cheers,
> Mike
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