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    Hi there all,

    I recently downloaded Poser 5 as I had seen some of the great work that can be created by it, short movies, beautiful pictures, etc.....however, I personally do not know THAT much about 3D design but figured I'd give it a go anyway, unfortunately there seems to be a lack of beginner utorials out there, even if I search from google! ...So, I was wondering if anybody here knew of some 'basic' type tutorials for the extreme beginner? I'd really appreciate it if someone can help me.

    Oh, by the way? what I mean by basic is step by step, no steps missed out, an example of this would be a long time ago I had downloaded Photoshop, and on a tutorial site for supposed 'beginners' were terms that weren't even explained, nor did they show you how to access them, things in the tutorial said such things as 'Make another layer, duplicate it...'....etc......without actually showing you how to access a layer, what layers in fact DO, and whatnot...

    I hope this make sense and I don't sound *too* dorky.

    Thanks anyway for reading all of this and I hope someone can help!

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    Welcome to the GDF!



    here's a few, you'll just have to search through them to see what you need.





    http://www.3dlinks.com/links.cfm?cat...categoryid=115


    http://www.3dcommune.com/3d/tut.mv?Poser+tms+1108700305


    http://www.curiouslabs.com/article/archive/318/






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      we have poser 4/5 tutorials on www.designertoday.com in the tutorial section. We should have some new ones coming in the next couple of months for Poser 5 and Poser 6.



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