More Fun With Daz3D Studio

January 24, 2019 — 3 Comments

A while back I started to play with some software that is both free and used by some big hollywood studios for their productions.

It took some getting used to but I am finally getting my head around it.

Fancy a look?

By the way, if you didn’t see my first attempts at using this software, please do pop over and have a look at this blog post.

Hopefully, you will notice an improvement.

Since I began using Daz3D I have been tinkering, learning and developing and have created a few scenes that I would like to share with you today.

I tend to tinker with them in Photoshop after rendering the image, so sometimes they end up with a different ‘mood’ than they started out with.

Here’s a quick teaser of the three images that I am going to share in this multi-part post.

Digital Art by John Bloodworth Gentleman Crafter

Curious?

Just an FYI, this isn’t a tutorial. It’s just a glimpse into one of the creative things that I do, ‘just for fun’.

It’s important to have ‘me’crafts when you work in the industry to help give you some switch off moments.

To see the first image, please use the numbered page link below.

3 responses to More Fun With Daz3D Studio

  1. 

    Hi John

    I love Daz3D, great for a “switch off and dabble”. Have also used it to produce 3D croquis as close to my size/ shape as possible for sketching clothing pattern ideas on to, gives me a clue to see if an item of clothing would suit my shape before I go to the time and effort of sewing it up. Also great if you’re learning to draw the human figure and aren’t lucky enough to have a model. seeing the model posed on a screen in 3d and sketching what you see has helped me a lot with my drawing.

    Had to uninstall it recently as my hard drive is suffering a bit and needs an upgrade. Soon as I’ve organised the installation of a SSD it’ll be back on there!

    Hope everyone is doing ok,

    T x

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  2. 

    You are very talented John, love them all they look amazing xx Hazel

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