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Joseph Warren (Alex)
Artist | Student | Film & Animation
United States
Willing to take Art Trades to help Tarkaria Grow.


I'm A College Student and wish to create my first animated film upon graduation.

To see my animation refs, TV inspired content, & Other stuff, check out my other account

vcsstudies.deviantart.com/

More stuff coming soon.
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Currently, I have some models I would like to use in Poser 3d. But I don't know how to rig them for the software. I'm going to be updating my copy of Poser 3d this month, but I was hoping someone out there could help me rig these models for use in Poser 3d. Is there special software I need to purchase in order to do this? or can I do it in the program itself? Please reply as soon as you can, if I can get over this one hill, I will be able to get fully into the world of 3d animation.

Thank you for reading,
~Alex

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Tarkaria: Dragon Slayers #1 (The Dragon of Rhodes) by vcubestudios
Tarkaria: Dragon Slayers #1 (The Dragon of Rhodes)
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieudonn…
www.roman-catholic-saints.com/…

This is going to be the first in a series of images depicting dragons from real world mythologies, legends, & tales. Because although these myths can be regarded simply as, well myths, in our reality, in the Hollow Earth Reality, it makes sense that these figures of history/ legend would have actually fought these beasts. This first one depicts a dragon fought by an actual historical figure, Dieudonne de Gozon, Grand Master of the Knights of Saint John from 1346 to 1353. If you wish to learn more about him, and the battle he had with the beast, please check out the links above.
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Currently, I have some models I would like to use in Poser 3d. But I don't know how to rig them for the software. I'm going to be updating my copy of Poser 3d this month, but I was hoping someone out there could help me rig these models for use in Poser 3d. Is there special software I need to purchase in order to do this? or can I do it in the program itself? Please reply as soon as you can, if I can get over this one hill, I will be able to get fully into the world of 3d animation.

Thank you for reading,
~Alex
Currently, I have some models I would like to use in Poser 3d. But I don't know how to rig them for the software. I'm going to be updating my copy of Poser 3d this month, but I was hoping someone out there could help me rig these models for use in Poser 3d. Is there special software I need to purchase in order to do this? or can I do it in the program itself? Please reply as soon as you can, if I can get over this one hill, I will be able to get fully into the world of 3d animation.

Thank you for reading,
~Alex
Tarkaria: How to tell Dragons apart from Wyverns by vcubestudios
Tarkaria: How to tell Dragons apart from Wyverns
Dragons evolved from a multi-limbed synapsid reptile that first appeared in the early Permian. These creatures also managed to survive long enough to be remembered by Bronze Age Man, known in mythology as Basilisks. Wyverns, however, evolved from a kind of small theropod dinosaur that first appeared in the late Triassic. The reason both of these creatures look so similar is because they are the result of what's known as Convergent Evolution. That is to say they exploited their environment in a similar way, resulting in similar adaptations needed to perform said tasks. Depicted here is a simple protocol on how to identify Wyverns apart from their less dangerous counterparts.
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Tarkaria: The Guild Of Hyperborean Magicians by vcubestudios
Tarkaria: The Guild Of Hyperborean Magicians
Started in the year 1200 AD, The GHM began when one of a small group of Pacicore Alchemists (a title for people given the Minianate ability to manipulate matter) met a duo of traveling magicians while hiking through the Hyperborean forests. Needless to say, they became very friendly with one another, and after 2 years of partnership, they decided to settle down & get married... all 3 of them. It was a bit rocky at first, but all three were of the opinion that if a partnership among two had benefits, why not one with a third? Nothing in Tarkaria's laws prevents this, & indeed at first it was almost purely financial that there was a marriage at all. But as time went on, the bond between the three began to grow. Being Pacicores, they liked to travel. In fact, they live in tents, & on the backs of Elephants more than anything else. And the life of a traveler spreading magic entertainment adored by many was tempting to other members of the Pacicore group given this ability. & a few other members joined in as well. In short, a very big Circus/ Traveling Bard group.

You ready for a curve-ball? This'll come completely out of left field for some. But I like diversity in Tarkaria, so I give those of you who wish to make your own Hollow Earth characters a possible group you may want to join. & I'm getting this out of the way, the image does not lie. They practice Polygamy... Yeah... Yeah. I myself don't think I could handle more than one woman in my life, but I know there are people out there who can. But I should also point out that I'm not one of those people who goes around trying to force diversity in a medium, even though no one wants it. I don't create female characters or characters referencing minorities because I feel I have to, I do it because I Want to. There is a difference. I know hardly anyone, even minorities care about representation in their favorite media revolving around fantasy. So I try not to force it on anyone. That being said, I think that there are benefits to having a little diversity in my circle, but only if it benefits the story, or its characters. In Tarkaria, it does. It's a place to celebrate, & even participate in the weirdest & craziest parts of our world, play with fringe science, create new creatures, & explore ideas in human behavior. So, have fun in this little world I'm building, & maybe you can help me build it. Let's have some fun, eh?

So, if you create a character in Tarkaria, or even this group, be sure to send me a link to it in a note.
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