Inspiration is such a wonderful thing. You never know when, where or in what form it will strike.
In April 2015 a friend of mine created my virtual alter ego for a story a mutual friend of ours was writing. I fell in love with the character and the character triggered my wish to learn 3D art. Although the learning curve was rather steep, I was hooked from the beginning.
In August 2016, after getting more and more frustrated with Daz3D, I decided to give Poser a try; it simply couldn’t be worse than Daz3D. And it wasn’t; on the contrary. Poser didn’t let me down; it became “my” application and it still is to this day.
I have met so many wonderful people through the Poser community at Renderosity.com, some of them I am lucky enough to call my friends.
This group of people is generously sharing their knowledge, they are willing to help and since they are artists, their suggestions and constructive comments are always welcome and useful.
So a huge thank you to Renderosity for providing the tools, the inspiration, and the space for creativity.