|Sep 19, 2012, 07:50 PM||#1|
Poseable human model software
Hi. I've been checking out videos of the POSER software online. It looks like exactly what I'm looking for but is a bit pricey. Are there any cheaper or freeware (or online only) alternatives? I found a message on another forum from a guy saying he'd found a free page somewhere with a similar feature, where you couldn't print, but could take a screenshot & work from that - but the link was dead.
Any suggestions? I don't need to be able to model features, hair etc, I just need poseable standard body shapes.
PS I found the wooden mannequin page already, lol
|Oct 8, 2012, 06:15 PM||#4|
Is anyone on here fluent? I'm trying to find very basic lessons. I only want to use the software for poses, so I don't need to know how to sculpt clothing, just being able to create human forms with slightly varying appearance & give them hair (possibly - not essential.)
Are there libraries out there where you can download pre rendered forms?
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