All winners (both rounds) for the September Vendor Awesomeness Contest have been announced! Come check out who won and join in on our October contest.
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.
Congratulations to all the winners of the August Vendor Awesomeness Contest. September is Published Artist month at DAZ3D, so we will be celebrating the vendors here as well. This month we will have double the number of vendors and double the number of prizes! Join us at – http://thinkdrawart.com/contest.
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.
The July Vendor Awesomeness Contest has been great fun with many fantastic entries. Come find out who won and hope you will join our August contest at http://thinkdrawart.com/contest.
I am really loving the results that I am getting from Daz Studio Iray. Here, I talk about some of the useful Iray techniques that I have learned from the Daz3D forums, from talking to other Dazaholics, and from my own Iray experiments.
This mini-tutorial gives step-by-step instructions on how to insert an image into a post, on the new Daz3D forums.
Victoria 7 and Genesis 3 Females just got released recently by Daz3D. Since then, there have been lots of heated discussions about her. Here, I talk about my own experiences with Victoria 7, the good, the bad, and whether she is worth the extra bucks.
Find out who won in the June 2015 Vendor Awesomeness Contest! Join our July contest at http://thinkdrawart.com/contest.
One of the biggest thing that sets a 3d-image apart from others is the lighting used. Lights can add depth, change mood, create tension, guide the eye, and much more. In this article, I talk about my Daz Studio lighting journey. I describe all the different lighting setups that I have gone through, what I have learned from each one, and why I switched to something else.