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.
I should have put together a discussion or a tutorial or something, but I've been busy working on a number of projects in various states of completion. Instead I sat down today and pushed out a quick render. Enjoy!
I had hoped to be ready to rock and roll, but the restructuring of my Daz modules on the new computer is still incomplete. I also have to recreate several scenes and characters to make up for the differences in file locations. Still, I have a new Quick Render for you.
When I thought I was finally able to step back and stop purchasing sets from Daz for a while, they came along with Aiko 5. I really shouldn't have, but I picked up the Pro bundle. This means I need to make good use of the figure and other items in the bundle. Here is the first of those images. I can't say how quick it was given I took an hour messing around with the lights and trying to track down an odd shadow that I never found the cause of. I removed it in postproduction through layering with an entirely shadow free render.