Apologies for the slight delay in results, but we have it all sorted out now. Come see who won our June 3D-Art Contest, and hope to see you in our July challenge.
We discuss more advanced settings for skin materials in Daz Studio Octane. This includes sub-surface scattering (SSS) settings, glossiness, auto-material, and more.
Lots of extra winners in May because of the amazing artwork submitted. You do not want to miss this!
Beginner’s tutorial on how to set up simple lights, camera, and displacement maps in Daz Studio Octane.
List of my Tier 4 rewards at Patreon from the beginning until now.
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.
Some excellent artwork in this month’s 3d-art contest for DzFire, RuntimeDNA, and Stonemason. There is fantasy, whimsy, warriors, swordsmen, mech girls, and more.
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.
Our March contest winners are in and there are some gorgeous images. Drop by to see who won, and which vendor products were most frequently used.