One big challenge in 3d-art is to capture the complexity of human skin and make it look more organic and less synthetic. Here, we take a deep look on how to set-up realistic looking human skin in Daz Studio Octane.
The Octane renderer is fast and can produce great looking renders. Here, we give an overview of using Octane from within Daz Studio, along with the tools and settings you will need.
My top six picks of fantasy art environments for Daz Studio. Come check out the many magical scenes that we can create with these fantastic figures and props for Daz Studio.
My top five fantasy women outfits. These are the outfits that I use time and time again in my fantasy renders and artwork. Here, we focus on outfits made for Victoria 4, but that still works well with Genesis 2, Genesis 3, and Daz Studio Iray.
A fun tutorial on how to create Queen Elsa in Daz Studio. We describe how to manipulate clothing, hair, face morphs, facial expressions, and more, to enhance similarity.
Top 5 Iray products that I use in almost every one of my renders. These are the products that I am awesomely happy with because I keep using them time and time again. They significantly enhance my Iray renders and allow me to effectively use older Poser or 3Delight textures in Daz Studio Iray.
I describe the three main classes of lights that I use in my Daz Studio Iray scenes. These include an image based light, three mesh lights, and a volumetric light.
To facilitate sharing scene files, we may sometimes only want to save-out one or several frames in our Daz Studio scene. This tutorial describes a simple process to do this.
This tutorial describes the three key steps for creating a figure with wet skin in Daz Studio Iray. In particular, we discuss composition, increasing skin shininess, and adding water drops.
In this tutorial we focus on the three water shaders in Daz Studio Iray – water, water thin, and water dispersive. We also experiment with an underwater mermaid scene and water caustics.