Come learn the art of 3D computer generated art and animation. This blog deals with the lessons learned and the art created by Robert G. Male using DazStudio from Daz3D.
Also covered are the ancillary software, tools, techniques, and processes needed both before and after rending in the 3D software.
A couple months ago I opened a storefront at DriveThruStuff.com, specifically the RPG section/subdomain. It was a relatively easy process. I made one mistake right off the bat. I thought that I would open up the store with several pieces of art right away. That isn't how it works.The release of items is tied to their marketing. Given the huge breadth of products, and the popularity of the store, they know what they are doing. So, if like me, you want to open up a store start it when you have only a couple of pieces of sell and then add as you go. As you will know from reading the information they give prior to joining up you also have to have your items reviewed by the staff for the first few items, but that is to be expected, and they help you learn the different options as well.
Below is a six-pack of thumbnails from my store. I actually expect one more item to become available this week. I still have five more pieces ready to go without doing any new work--though that doesn't stop me from creating the basis of new pieces every week.