I use Poser. I use Lightwave to shape my morphs and Photoshop to make my textures, but that's a little advanced if you're just starting out. I recommend downloading daz studio from www.daz3d.com. It's similar to Poser and it's free. They also have a lot of tutorials on that site to guide you through it.
It's always been the thing that's disappointed me about 3D figures. No one I've seen could portray the faces realistically. But you ... you're the closest I've seen to truly perfecting it. Totally magnificent artworks. Congratulations on your superb talent.
If you will, take a minute to click on my 'All Art' group avatar, below. I'd much like for you to exhibit all of your extraordinary creations with us and I'm convinced others would, too. See our brief front-left page "Fundamentals" section for more. We've automatic membership and artwork approvals, instant front-page exposure, and much fun there as well.
Thanks for sharing and I hope to see you again, Fygo.
This really is a beautiful image. I don't know a lot about the 3D or Digital art, but as far as Critique goes it seems her arms are a little short, unless it's just the material making them appear so. but still this is lovely nonetheless!