Usually when you discuss Posers, you always talk about what you could be able to do with lower-quality models compared to what you use for the FW Posers. What, exactly, are the different features of either model? Is it resolution? Or is it kind of like compared the graphics of Nintendo 64 to the Gamecube?
It's a bit of both, resolution is definitely a factor that the higher quality models can truly boast.
As for comparison it's not so much a question of graphics as it is realism. The models I currently use tend to, for the most part, look "almost" like photographs of real people, whereas its predecessors, the lower-quality models tend to have that plastic and doll-like or cartoony in appearance.
The Ninetendo comparison is good, however, If you had to do a comparison, I would say a more accurate one would be comparing VHS quality to DVD quality.
In a nutshell, the higher quality models are MUCH, MUCH, MORE realistic looking than the lower quality ones.
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