The latter part of a learning of Dynamics.

I’ve been wondering if Poser could do something like dForce for quite some time.

I understood that it was impossible. dForce and Poser dynamic crosses are completely different.

I’ve been using Daz Studio more often than Poser recently. Rather, I rarely use Poser now. It is said that once you learn how to ride a bicycle, you will never forget it. However, it seems that the usage of software is not so.

Especially, clothing that a big silhouette is difficult to rig as a conforming clothing.

In Poser

I can’t show you the left side of the image because the shirt is sunk in Pranx’s armpit.

Daz Studio version is more worse.

But dForce is excellent.

Well, Poser has its own advantages. Easy to make figure’s poses. And I like Poser’s render results and materials.

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6 Comments

  1. mininessie

    each one is different, both are good.

    • elleque

      Thanks 🙂 Each has its advantages and disadvantages.

  2. I like both, it’s interesting to see the differences though. Love that big T-shirt!

    • elleque

      Thanks! But the conforming’s armpit is not good.

      • Honestly I’m not bothered by it, I guess I’ve gotten used to that issue with clothing and Poser over the years

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