This tutorial describes how I create a simple scene, from start to finish, for the Daz Studio Iray renderer. In particular, I discuss how to assign Iray materials, and how to create simple but realistic lighting in Iray with an image based light (IBL).
This article talks about creating 3d art using Daz Studio, the Reality plugin, and LuxRender. In particular, we compare the quality of renders made with Reality + Lux, with those rendered only in Daz Studio. We also discuss how Reality changes our 3d art creation process, and what additional steps we may need to take.
In this tutorial, I talk about how I combine poses in Daz Studio. It is quite simple to do, and I was able to start generating interesting fantasy art with it, even as a Daz Studio beginner.
I started really using Daz Studio a few months ago and wanted to put down some of the most useful functions that I discovered. These are the things that may not be readily apparent (especially to a beginner), but were extremely useful for creating great renders. Following, I will list a set of common issues […]
I have always loved fantasy art. I am not trained as an artist, but even as a Daz Studio beginner, I can use it to create cool looking art that I previously would never be able to produce. Here, I talk about my early experiences with Daz Studio, how I add fantasy figures and environments, how I set up some simple lights, and ultimately make my imagination real.
For rendering 3D-pictures and figures we can use Poser, Daz Studio, or Carrara. Poser is the oldest and most mature. However, Daz Studio has many features and new add-ons that are not available on Poser. In addition, it is free. Carrara has some great environment effects and some cool tools such as vertex editing. We consider which one to use for our computer generated pictures.