I'm using a custom 'cinematic' lightwarp. I wasn't sure of how it looked at first, but eventually got to like it- try it some time! A custom lightwarp can change a lot about how your poses look.
Also, a tip: Use lamps (NOT LIGHTS!). Lamps are great for lighting up and bringing attention to otherwise dark and/or boring areas. Even if your model is in normal light, see if you can enhance it with a lamp anyway- in-map static lighting only affects if a model is 'lit' or 'unlit.' A lamp, as a dynamic lightsource, brings out those neat little shadows, wrinkles, etc. Hope you guys don't mind if I post a diagram, it's kind of hard to explain. Polite sage for no contribution to thread topic.
>his new, high quality and finer detailed Femmepyro model
...You're not gonna give it to us, are you. Now I'm sad. Also, does this mean Fanciest of Pants is back modeling?