We learn emission shader settings in Daz Studio Iray by applying it to hair. Light emitting surfaces are fun, add spice to our compositions, and help create dramatic lighting effects.
A step-by-step postwork tutorial on my Asian Girl with Pearls image. Scene was created in Daz Studio and initial light layers were rendered in Daz Studio Iray.
Some simple steps on how I add glow to my Daz Studio images using Photoshop.
In this tutorial we explore Daz Studio Iray human skin settings. In particular, we focus on how to emphasize differences in skin hues, so that we may accentuate body shape and definition.
Come see how I combine my various Daz Studio light layers in Photoshop, how I add color to lights, and how I modify light layers using Photoshop masks.
How to make Daz Studio Octane skin look even better through postwork techniques in Photoshop. This tutorial is for beginners.
We discuss more advanced settings for skin materials in Daz Studio Octane. This includes sub-surface scattering (SSS) settings, glossiness, auto-material, and more.
Beginner’s tutorial on how to set up simple lights, camera, and displacement maps in Daz Studio Octane.
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.
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.