Little PuddyTat poses for HWKitten

Let your HiveWire Kitten discover the world with curiosity and full of mischief. This set of poses will have the little kitten running around and playing in your runtime and who knows,….getting in all sorts of trouble!

The poses are esspecially created for the HiveWire Kitten and they require the HiveWire Housecat & HiveWire Kitten in order to work. They haven’t been tested on the Housecat but maybe with some tweaking they could be used on the adult version aswell.

The poses are compatible with Poser & Daz Studio

What is included;

1 Default pose for the HiveWire Kitten
1 Default pose for the Tail

13 FullBody Poses for the HiveWire Kitten
2 Duoposes for the HiveWire Kitten



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Little PuddyTat

It’s been a very busy time these past few weeks. First we had this election-thingy, wich is still continuing untill the men in suits form a coalition nobody voted for and the 4-year nagging period can begin.
Then my spouse turned 50 and we celebrated that. No big presents because last year I turned 50. We decided to buy a caravan then, sort of for both our 50th birthday and christmas in between. With the nice spring-weather we’ve been spending time up there. Season starts on the 1th of April so everything has to be spotless.

I did spend some time in my world of wireframe though. I have finished the set for the HiveWire Kitten in Poser so now I’m tweaking & saving them in DazStudio.


The ear scratching was a challenging pose to finish and I couldn’t quite get it exactly like the photo-reference I was using. The pole-scratching is the last in the set that I finished.


And then there is this.
The promise of something in the future, a sequel to what I have created a while back. Little children do grow up fast don’t they?!



Kittens and a challenge

From BigCat to HouseCat and ending with the Kitten…..
That seems logical and the little “Puddy Tats” are just as difficult as the larger cats. Thing to catch within the poses is their playfullness, their innocent and misschievous behaviour. Their endearing courage towards life.

There are certain poses I created for the HouseCat that I can convert to the Kitten and there are poses where I will do that, with some minor details changed. Like the one below, it’s created for the adult HouseCat and this is the adaptation for the Kitten.


Most poses will be created from scratch because kittens behave differently from their adult counterpart even though they will try to imitate the adult cats in certain ways. Like hissing….


But learning to control the refined and intricate body-communication between felines starts with the tail, that evil, evil tail that always seems to have a mind of it’s own.


One different element within this set will be some duo-poses. They are horrendous to create. I’ve been picky with duo-poses for humans regarding the arms, hands and fingers. This is a whole new universe with four paws and a tail on each individual animal so those will take a bit longer.


But they are worth it.


PuddyTat Poses for HiveWire House Cat

You can see them lurking about in the bushes, balancing on garden fences, stalking and hunting an innocent bird but they are also majestic in their walk, cuddly and starry eyed when they tempt you to forgive their misschief. They rule the house and they are in.
PuddyTat Poses for the HiveWire House Cat.

The Poses are created for Poser 10+ and compatible with DazStudio 4.8

What is included;

1 Default pose for the HiveWire House Cat
18 FullBody Poses for the HiveWire House Cat

As a little Bonus there are some partial Tailposes
1 Default pose for the Tail for a Standing Cat
1 Default pose for the Tail for a Sitting Cat
2 Partial Tailposes & their mirrored versions


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Destraction & Snow

Cats are not the easiest animals to create poses for, I discovered that when I was working on the Hivewire BigCat. My thought that a housecat would be the same just a bit smaller, was not quite accurate.
Allthough they are similar in lots of ways, there are also very big differences between wild BigCats and our smaller Housecats.
One thing they do have in common is their independant mind. Trying to create – as life-like as possible – poses for them is not easy.


Most of the time when I work at poses that are becoming tricky, I start a “side-project”.  A second set, sometimes even a third set, of poses to work on. It helps me get my mind of what my main project is. Then, after a day or so, I get back to what I’m actually working on and things suddenly become much clearer to me. That elbow, that ankle or those fingers suddenly pose much easier and the poses get finished quicker that way.
The hunting poses for the Hivewire Housecat are no execption to that.
They were a handfull so I needed a break.


There is my second project. Some cute simple duo-poses for Diva, a character for Hivewire Dawn. Mind you, this is the first set-up of the first pose. And there is this third project, for DazStudio only, but that is another post alltogether.