I am currently considering inserting 3D people in my designs (product design and architecture / exhibition design). The main point for me is illustration and scale purposes. So far I am using 2D cutouts or illustrations which work fine but can be a pain to get right in various view angles.
I have downloaded Poser and DazStudio and I think they would be suited for the job, only it seems to me that they have way more functionality than I would need and have quite a steep learning curve.
Does anyone know of a simpler alternative to those two that works well with Rhino? Or at least a quickstart tutorial with one of the two programs above that would teach how to quickly get going with casual people and natural posing for architecture and product illustration? I am looking for a bit of a variety of people, flexible posing and hand gestures, that would work in different display modes in Rhino.