Some key techniques that I use to add soft lighting effects to my Daz Studio images. Come see before and after images for each of the soft lighting methods discussed.
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.
A fun tutorial on how to create Queen Elsa in Daz Studio. We describe how to manipulate clothing, hair, face morphs, facial expressions, and more, to enhance similarity.
To facilitate sharing scene files, we may sometimes only want to save-out one or several frames in our Daz Studio scene. This tutorial describes a simple process to do this.
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.
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.
This tutorial describes how I create a simple scene, from start to finish, for the Daz Studio Iray renderer. In particular, I discuss how to assign Iray materials, and how to create simple but realistic lighting in Iray with an image based light (IBL).