Feature packed 3d content products designed for Poser Software that have tons of value so these will be at the top of your runtime and the start of your animation pipeline for years to come.
License Value: All our PoserWorld Exclusive products are licensed for private and commercial use, including animation video, online 3d game, multimedia and 3d game and simulation software publishing so you never have to worry if the license is too restrictive for your creative project. The only restriction we have is that you cannot resell our products discretely, or bundled including virtual 3d marketplaces and virtual game worlds even if there is no real world currency exchange or negotiable value. Sale of creative works derived from the product such as texture and morph and add-on's is permitted.
Design Value: PoserWorld Exclusives figures all use Poser traditional rigging standards so that you have maximum version compatibility (Poser 6-12) and pipeline export options with the widest pose & clothing support possible. Our figures are all sculpted with high resolution UV and we include 1,2 and 4mb texture maps for materials optimized for Superfly and Firefly rendering. We realize the value in customization, animation and export versatility so we take full advantage of Poser material channels and the PoserWorld Exclusive geometry leverages a morphable and sub dividable topology.
Production Value: PoserWorld Exclusives have maximum functionality and animation built in so our props appear to animate similar to how the real world creature moves or object modeled performs. Our rigging, morphs, animation loop cycles and linked poses greatly simplifies scene production and enhances realism for staging poses, directing animation action and supporting obj/bvh, dae or fbx export for animation or game pipelines. We do not model figures and sets for a singular purpose. For instance many of our animal figures will include an entire range of sub-species, or scenes have alternate configurations. Our scenes include camera and lighting presets, typical for the set and directed perspectives.