I just joined a club that really loves green
and I'm not lighthearted, know what I mean?
But although I probably won't fit right in,
I thought I'd give something dark and green a spin...
That my bud ~RavynsWorld boat. If you do 3D, you can buy it at Renderosity.
greenish sky and deep green sea,
for this club green was the key,
but it's a lil' too green for the likes o' me
I think he IS lookin' for love in all the wrong places... Pr'olly haves a copy of "Playbone" magazine clutched in his bony fingers. Wonder whycome he has his bony lil' hands in his bony lil' lap? And we both know he doesn't needs Viagra, he ALWAYS haves a boner!
Bryce is free or cheap at Daz3D, their version of Poser is lesser quality than Poser, but makes up for it by being free.
This was done in bryce, with a skeleton posed in poser.
If you get one of these programs and need help I can provide, feel free to ask. I will help if I can, as will many other 3D lovers.
If you're wondering why I answered you so openly when you hadn't faved the graphic you wanted me to tell you how I'd done, it's because deviantART is about community. This is not a suggestion that you do fave it, rather it's a suggestion that when someone needs your help artistically, you provide it freely.
Daz Studio (free): D/S Ver 4.5
Poser: Smith Micro
The smith micro link leads to version 10, I'm using version 7 which does not of what I need. I use Poser because I find it better software, but better comes at a price. I'd start with Bryce (because it's easy) and use freebies from shareCG to practice render. When you're reasonably pleased with your learning curve there, pick a humaniod program like Poser or D/S. If you decide on Poser, I'd buy from Ebay. Then, I'd consider a modeler.
So I fell back on an old friend, the dead guy in a boat.