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Poser User Stories

Poser is used in many different industries for a variety of 3D animation projects. User stories are snapshots illustrating how Poser has helped industry professionals bring their ideas to life.

Hoyle's Casino

Hoyle's Casino

Sierra Entertainment's Hoyle Casino is the best-selling casino game of all time. With an easy-to-use user interface, entertaining artificial intelligence, loads of special features, and 14 authentic Vegas games, Hoyle Casino provides endless fun for novice and expert gamblers alike.
"The producer asked me to make as many as I could with Poser before the art deadline, which loomed three weeks away. I made the first two characters in one evening. The development team was amazed not only by the time it had taken me to create them, but by the fact that they looked as good or better than the Hoyle characters that had taken months to make with Maya." - Will Barker. Read Full Article

Liam Lynch

Liam Lynch

Liam Lynch has been an avid Poser user for over 15 years. He has used the Program in many collaborative projects with music artists and comedians including: Sarah Silverman, Jack Black, The Foo Fighters, and No Doubt.
"I always find myself coming back to Poser. Its interface and tools are easy to use and the renders are up to par with more complicated programs. Working in Poser is just easier and faster than other programs. I can get so much done in a shorter amount of time. Also, the process doesn't get in the way of creativity. I come up with ideas and see them through with ease. I am currently using Poser 8 and Poser Pro."
- Liam Lynch. Read Full Article

Al Gruswitz

Al Gruswitz

Big Al Gruswitz is a photorealistic and medical illustrator. He has worked for multiple agencies as associate creative director including Campbell Edward (Chevrolet) and Saatchi & Saatchi (Tide, Pert Shampoo, Tylenol, Slim Fast, and others).
"It's always cool what you can easily create with Poser. I figured that in time the figures would become more believable. Today, the figures are almost there—almost photographic. Sometimes, you have to look at the illustration twice to see if it's real or not. Skin textures are great and the figures available through Content Paradise, DAZ, Renderosity and others are proportionately elegant, even up close."
- Big Al Gruswitz. Read Full Article

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Paul Wooten

Paul Wooten is an archaeologist turned graphic designer. Wooten has a large repertoire of work that spans from 3D animation to informational graphics featured in Popular Science.
"Hardly a day goes by that I don't use Poser, especially for the work that I do for magazines in the US and Europe. As the program matures and more clothing, hair and textures become available it just gets better and better. The Poser community is tremendously strong and helpful and there are loads of resources out there if you look. I always enjoy the new versions of Poser Pro as it just gets better with time."
- Paul Wooten. Read Full Article

Bernie Lowry

Bernie Lowry

Bernie Lowry is a talented artist that has worked on many graphic projects including the Americas Cup, HBO Realsports, and Bridezillas. Additonally Lowry has received 2 national Emmy awards for graphic design and created the Colber Eagle, which was designed in Poser.
"The various clothing props that are included with Poser really help when doing pre-visualization for storyboards. Not everyone uses Poser to make bikini girls or wizards...some of us need business suits, sports gear, and real world stuff!" "
- Bernie Lowry. Read Full Article

Daniel Scott Gabriel Murray

Daniel Scott Gabriel Murray

Daniel Scott Gabriel Murray was a comic geek who turned his passion into his job. He currently works as a comic artist for DC Comics and is a retired Police Officer of 23 years.
"For anyone out there who has been told to 'forget this foolishness and get a real job,' I'm living proof that a comic geek can transform his passion into cash and still feel good about himself. There's no better joy in the world than seeing your work out in the field, and I don't mean the one behind the house. I've done pieces for DC that everyone in the world sees. You've seen it, you just don't know it. I see it, they like it, they pay me for it. I'm happy."
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