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Is there any program that's good for just importing pre-existing 3D models and posing them? I was looking into Comipo, but it doesn't look like it's good for that.
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SFM =^D
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That is literally how poser works
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Daz Studio.

Free.
Easy to use.
Huge market of assets.
Big community and a large number of free assets on sites like Renderosity and ShareCG.
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>>515522
See, I'm not interested in assets that are specially made for the program. I want to import characters from random video games and basically made the modern equivalent of a sprite comic. Can Poser do that?
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>>515529
when in doubt, use SFM
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>sprite comics
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I heard there's MikuMikuDance/MMD, but it's too weeb for my tastes.

It's probably better for you to just study and use a proper 3D modelling package like Blender or some shit.
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I mean if ur feeling lazy... Garry's Mod
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If your desired output are static images, then XNA Posing Studio may be perfect for you.

Far less resource intensive and possibly has way more community-made models then SFM.

The big reason to use it over SFM is after posing, you can export the models to OBJ and render them in MAX/Maya/Blender and get a much better look than SFM could ever produce.
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You can use blender for this.
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>>515522
>import anything to daz
Good luck with that!



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