Anything in history or nature that can be described as changing steadily can be seen as heading toward catastrophe.

Susan Sontag (b. 1933), Essayist. Aids and Its Metaphors, ch. 8 (1989).












What's new around the table!.

Smith Micro Software is maker of Poser 9, the original 3D Model Posing Software. With the purchase of Poser you get the original figures from Early Poser versions, including Poser 4, Poser 5, Poser 6, Poser 7, Poser 8, and the new P9 Weight Mapped Figures. Figures include Human, Animal, and many other high quality 3D figures from creators like Cubed, RuntimeDNA, Sixus, and many others.

Poser Pro 2012 is available for users of Autodesk's Maya or 3Ds Max, Newtek's Lightwave, or Maxon's Cinema 4D. Poser Pro 2012 offers the ability to Host Poser Scenes in your Productions using Poser Fusion. Poser Pro 2012 is a Full 64 Bit Application on both windows and Mac.

Smith Micro also produces Anime Studio which is now shipping Version 8 Pro and Debut.

Smith Micro offers Manga Studio Version 4, Debut and Pro.

Smith Micro also sells several other graphic and utilities. Stuffit 2010 for Windows and 2011 for Mac are available. It includes a new feature for sharing your files, Send Stuff Now.

ProFantasy has released the newest version of Campaign Cartographer! Go here to see some examples and read more about the newest version of ProFantasy's Flagship Software, CC3!

Books section has been updated with several new books added.


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