I don't know you can import different models in Fuse. I think IT gives you the models and some twwaking options (like those RPG games where you can change certain face features and so forth)
I'm not as familiar with Fuse, but generally with these modeling programs there's a base model that you can edit, but you can also buy and/or create additional content for them. At a glance, it definitely looks like you can still create/sculpt your own stuff.
I think it's important to remember with some of this stuff that we advertise it as looking "SO EASY" and tend to show off how you can fiddle a couple of dials and create a custom figure in minutes. A lot of times everything under the hood isn't really put on full display.
to each their own: very true. As said: I live in my own world and I'm getting older. Probably not "modern" enough to appreciate how essential this tool is. I don't like labelling stuff without knowing it first but I usually give my first impressions. I used to literally hate After Effects. I changed my mind. Will I change my mind about Fuse? Who knows. Only time (better yet: lack of time) will tell. For now: I draw by hand.
Oh for sure. Things change and adapt super fast. I hated Photoshop for a long time, then I got over it. *shrug*
I don't know it...but if you're referring to this...I can see why we have different opinions.
That's ok though ;-)
Yeah, that's RWBY.
Just to reiterate. My point wasn't to hold it up as some sort of high bar for artistic achievement. My point was that when I first encountered Poser and saw everyone using it as a "quick" way to generate a lot of hyper realistic images to upload on Deviantart, it never crossed my mind that someone would take the program and use it to make a 3D animated anime-inspired web series.
aaaaand we're off topic
We live off topic. Not like there's much new to say on topic anyway.
Slightly more on topic, I'm waiting for someone from RTG to jump in and school us about 3D art programs.
I can't remember what they use, though. (Or if I've ever taken note of any specific programs when they've posted in progress stuff, for that matter.)