I eventually am going to make an animation out of this. I was planning on trying to make a music video for the song Every Breath You Take by The Police. It's kind of a mellow song, so I kind of wanted a lonely somber feel to the scene. I got to this point and was kind of moved by my own work. Egotistical, but true.
I saw a comment a couple months ago on a picture, and it said "Lol, Poser", and they had right to laugh because the picture was super low quality. You see this is the difference between most Poser users, and real Poser users. The biggest mistakes that most people make when they use it is they don't turn on Raytracing, they don't adjust the focal length/size of camera, and they don't add lights. Look up any other picture of, point in case, Krystal on DeviantArt and compare it to this one where I have covered said areas and then try saying "Lol, Poser". It's not so easy, anymore, is it?
Too many people nowadays want the product and want it now, and then complain of low quality. The law of diminishing returns applies to art as much as it does to the physics of energy. The quicker you try to get things done, the lesser the quality of the finished product is.
I don't know why I complain, but it's just one of my pet peeves when people don't put time and thought into it. Art is like a chess game for me, I like to have fun, yes, but I also think 3 steps ahead of the next obstacle.
Krystal model copyright
cabin by DryJack
chair by Endoen