Earlier this year, I hit DA burnout and a deep dissatisfaction with my Poser "creations". I put creations in quotes because I haven't really created anything; rather, I've just posed content which I've purchased from somebody else. Poser gives one the ability to create sets, camera angles, lighting, and tweaking textures, which was fun for a while, but I upgraded to 2014 Pro and can now no longer get the textures to work correctly. I really have no knowledge of creating 3D images outside of Poser, so I'm limited to the few things I've learned so far on my own. Learning Poser is a bit of a menacing endeavor because there really is no how-to guide for things you want to do. Instead, you'll need to comb through the millions of online tutorials and forum entries to try to find that one particular thing you're trying to accomplish. Because of that, I decided to start using Poser for what I had intended to use it for when I first picked up a copy many years ago, which was just to use Poser as a reference for other projects.
Please don't think I'm badmouthing other Poser artists, because there are some people out there doing some amazing things with it. It just became a distraction with too steep of a learning curve for what I really wanted to do.
I've been learning Anime Studio and I'm (slowly) working on some projects. It's all a work in progress, and I've got a long way to go with it, but it's fun.