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XNALARA Model Release! Mercy Pistol (Darksiders) by Merytaten-tasherit

It's always nice to see a usual model from a video game and I'm glad you did. While I do like this game quite a lot, I do like to see t...



Stereoscopy XPS11.1 by XNAaraL
Stereoscopy XPS11.1
XPS 11.1 Osiris Isis Edition

Oldie but goldie…

Stereoscopy (also called stereoscopics or 3D imaging) is a technique for creating or enhancing the illusion of depth in an image by means of stereopsis for binocular vision. The word stereoscopy derives from Greek στερεός (stereos), meaning "firm, solid", and σκοπέω (skopeō), meaning "to look, to see".[2][3] Any stereoscopic image is called stereogram. Originally, stereogram referred to a pair of stereo images which could be viewed using a stereoscope.

Most stereoscopic methods present two offset images separately to the left and right eye of the viewer. These two-dimensional images are then combined in the brain to give the perception of 3D depth. This technique is distinguished from 3D displays that display an image in three full dimensions, allowing the observer to increase information about the 3-dimensional objects being displayed by head and eye movements.…

Link for BETA tester .... The next version: XNA Posing Studio XPS 11.1 -- Osiris Isis Edition -- release 178

Edit to Add:
A other XPS 11.1 Feature, you can see here……

And of course here… "LCToO Isis"
Version 1.6 by XNAaraL
Version 1.6
Memoirs ... memoirs

Exactly 6 year ago

XNALara 1.6 -- release 007
- new outfit (jungle heavy)
- crashes no more when rotating bones past -180 deg.
- keys Q, W, E now have the same function as Numpad 1,2,3

Download link XNALara version 1.6…

Dry Pose…

There is XNALara version 1.5… ...

Who has an older version? ... I want it ;)
LCTOO Isis's wardrobe by XNAaraL
LCTOO Isis's wardrobe
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris
All 5 Isis outfits for XNALara XPS 11.1 .... soon
Integrating Sketchfab in Journals
by danlev,                         Mar 28, 2014, 11:58:07 AM                    

DeviantART is proud to announce a new partnership with 3D web publishing service, Sketchfab!

Sketchfab, a leading platform to publish, share, and embed interactive 3D content, allows you to bring your 3D artwork to life in real-time without a plugin.

Read Sketchfab's announcement

Integrate 3D Models Into Your Journals

Deviants can now embed 3D models into deviantART Journals using Sketchfab embeds.  DeviantART is always aiming to make content on the site more engaging and interactive, and this integration benefits both creators and those who enjoy browsing incredible content.

Sketchfab is not just for the creators; the platform is helping to unlock incredible 3D content, while creating a new form of online media that anyone can browse and enjoy.

3D artists often share the models behind their final renderings or the progress work on their designs. Using our integration with Sketchfab, artists can now create Journals so that their audience can really see the 3D work that goes into their deviations.

How It Works

To embed your Sketchfab creations into a Journal, create a free Sketchfab account and upload a 3D model in one of Sketchfab's 27 supported formats. After you've finished uploading, simply copy and paste the embed code into your Journal.

Learn more about uploading to Sketchfab 


Quick test by :iconveirada:

Canabalt Diorama by adambromell

(Check out AlphaPrimeSaviour's Sketchfab compilation)

Show us how you're using it!

If you share your 3D creations using our Sketchfab integration, leave a link in the comments, share it in the Sketchfab-3D Group, or tweet it to Sketchfab and deviantART using the #dA3D hashtag.

With the large 3D community on deviantART, we feel that deviants will really benefit from seeing 3D work in a whole new way on deviantART.

This is just the start. More integrations are on the way!


I Support Community Projects by GoodiesForYou

"Parlez-vous français?" -- "Les Gammas n'existent pas"

Dear visitor,
if you are looking for art in my gallery, I must disappoint you.
I am here to spread free 3D character for XNALara. That you and others can so create works of art.

XNALara is an easy-to-use program to create Images of poseable Character, rendered in real-time.
XNALara is Ideal for beginners in digital 3D art.
XNALara a unique, very 'cool' artistic posing application made ​​by Dušan Pavlíček… , has captured the hearts of artists with its fun, intuitive and user-friendly interface.
And the best is: XNALara is available free of charge for anyone to download and use without limitation. There is no official support but, a active and friendly community should be able to help you with any problems.
XNALara, designed to use Tomb Raider Underground figures, had already been reached 2 months after the publication (at 20-02-09) more than 1000 pages with pictures made by members and more than a million page views.

I therefore looked for a way to open the software for customer-specific models. I found a solution and implemented it in XNA Lara. Using my Generic Item interface, there are now over 1000 different poseable models for XNALara free available. A few you can find in my Gallery.

With Eidos, the owner of the Tomb Raider characters, we have an Gentlemen's agreement. Please consider whether Eidos would publish something of this kind also -- before you publish your own picture or another model!

A photographer would never publish a image without the knowledge or permission of the model. No photographer will ever publish a picture against the will of his model. The same applies to 3D models. With the purchase of a computer game, we just received the permission to play game. We are not the owner of the models.

The artistic freedom ends where the rights of others are violated. Those who disregard this simple rule should be aware of the consequences.

Used the works of others only in the manner which the owner allows. Then you will have many fun with XNALara.

Some guids you can find in my Favourites/XNALara-Tutorials… Do not worry, the tutorials are in good English, made ​​by xXxImNotOkayxXx :blowkiss:

"Les Gammas existent! " -- "Les gammas ont des cheveux longues."

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TsalagiMahariel Featured By Owner 9 hours ago  Professional Digital Artist
Can you extract just this house model like you did the Barracks from New Vegas:…
TheAlmightyFezBird Featured By Owner 11 hours ago  Student General Artist
is there a way to disable shading in XPS?
DorianPavus Featured By Owner 1 day ago   Digital Artist
I'm sorry, I cannot find the newest version (the one that's past the Beta stage). Could you provide the link, please?
XNAaraL Featured By Owner 1 day ago
As always here
The current latest version is XPS 11.0…
XNAaraL Featured By Owner 5 days ago
@Ki-ko-ko       Они за это поплатятся
ExpeditionEndurance Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
When I try to download XPS 11, a get an error of malicious viruses attached to the program. 
XNAaraL Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015
Download XPS 11 from  the "Core-Design" site…
ExpeditionEndurance Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great! Thank you! 

I love XPS 11, it runs so smoothly! Thank you! *big hug*
Chris-Redfield-2013 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015
Now we all know that when it comes to reconstructing an environment for use in XPS, programs like Blender or 3DS Max are practically mandatory. But what about XPS itself? Have you ever seen something of that nature attempted in XPS? I would assume it would be similar to "scene builds" that can be done in GMod or SFM. All of the required pieces to build said environment would have to be converted over to the proper formats, loaded into XPS and posed accordingly. And bam. There you have it. Or is there a limit as to how many models can be in one scene?
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