First steps with DAZ Studio: Part Three

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8 Responses

  1. kevski says:

    Don’t stop, this is great stuff. Thanks for your help.

  2. Greywulf says:

    Thanks. Next one will be up later this week :D

  3. Blaquesaber says:

    Very cool. If I use it for NOTHING else [and I plan to keep playing with it regardless] I can use it as a “posing” machine for pencil drawings

  4. Greywulf says:

    @Blaquesaber That was the original use for Poser after all, and DAZ Studio is a very worthy alternative. Mind you, with all of DAZ Studio’s shader options it’s possible to do “pencil drawings” directly within DAZ Studio itself.

    That piccy of me standing on the bottom right of this site – entirely done in DAZ Studio, with no postwork at all. Clever, eh?

  5. Blue Flame says:

    I’ m with you so far, but how do I set the focal length?
    Also, if I’m walking closer it doesn’t seem that the arm gets distorted and larger. Why would the “walking closer” work like it shows?

    Keep this up.

  6. Blue Flame says:

    Boy that was a stupid question…
    When I went to change default camera again, there was the focal length!
    Please ignore my density

  7. Greywulf says:

    @Blue Flame Sorry I missed your question and glad you found the answer yourself. It’s easy to miss those parameters sometimes!

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