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Re: Uzobono's Lessons :).

Postby leto17 » February 9th, 2012, 1:42 pm

Horaay for you Uzobono! Keep up the good fight! I look forward to seeing Agent Haven some more!
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Re: Uzobono's Lessons :).

Postby Uzobono » February 9th, 2012, 2:41 pm

Thank you Leto!

Well managed to get *some* work done :P . Only a low quality test render though. Now onto actually making a lot more characters!
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Re: Uzobono's Lessons :).

Postby Uzobono » February 11th, 2012, 9:14 pm

Testing pages today :).
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Re: Uzobono's Lessons :).

Postby FirstBorn » February 12th, 2012, 1:22 pm

Looking good Uzobono! I'd say for just getting started your learning curve seems pretty sharp. I'm also very impressed with the modelling you were showing earlier. I have been working with Poser for going on 4 or so years now and can still see improvements from series to series as I go along- but making my own models is something I've yet to even try.

I would also second (or third as the case may be) the notion of buying sets (some of the larger ones- $10 for 10 poses is overpriced IMO). I almost NEVER use the pose "as delivered" though- its just a place to get started and then I do the detail work of making sure everything FITS from the camera angle I'm intending on using.

One other area it looks like you haven't spent a LOT of time on (but you likely will) is **LIGHTING** - I don't know how it works in Daz, but in Poser the lighting can make or break the overall quality of an image.

Best of luck! And I look forward to seeing some of your work!
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Re: Uzobono's Lessons :).

Postby Uzobono » February 12th, 2012, 2:58 pm

Thanks Firstborn! I'm struggling with lights at the moment (none of the default ones seem to work very well).
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Re: Uzobono's Lessons :).

Postby Tecknophyle » February 12th, 2012, 3:24 pm

Uzobono wrote:Thanks Firstborn! I'm struggling with lights at the moment (none of the default ones seem to work very well).


Don't bother using default light sets, especially if, in Poser, you're using one of the later versions. To be honest, if you spend a little bit of time playing with lights and settings to see what they do, you'll find it's faster to create your own rather than try and modify what someone else decided was a good light set.
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Re: Uzobono's Lessons :).

Postby Uzobono » February 23rd, 2012, 5:15 am

Well after many weeks of toiling, I finally finished my first comic! :D

http://www.mccomix.com/gallery2/main.ph ... emId=44089

So much thanks to Finister Foul, Trishbot, McTek, and Doc Robo, and for the enormous help they've provided!
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Re: Uzobono's Lessons :).

Postby Trishbot » February 23rd, 2012, 2:03 pm

Awesome start! I love your creativity and style! It's great to see some original material worked in there, and, well, the characters and story are phenomenal as well thus far!

Can't wait to see more!
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Re: Uzobono's Lessons :).

Postby leto17 » February 23rd, 2012, 10:13 pm

Yes, great stuff! Thanks!
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Re: Uzobono's Lessons :).

Postby Lt_Phoenix » February 24th, 2012, 1:12 pm

Looking great :) Can't wait to see the next episode :D
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