If you're like me, your favorite pictures are almost always the wrong size for your desktop resolution, resulting in a stretched or distorted look when you try to set it as a wallpaper. With this tutorial I give you a number of methods you can use to turn that tiny picture into a great wallpaper.
In this guide, designed for beginners, I break down some of the basic photo editing tools found in Adobe Photoshop (CS version). This includes, but is not limited to, brightness/contrast, color balance, and saturation. If you want to know where to get started with Photoshop then look no further.
If you've ever wanted to make 3D wallpapers for your computer, you may be surprised by how easy it is. By using DAZ Studio and adjusting a few settings, your renders instantly become whatever kind of wallpaper you can imagine!
Ever wonder why your renders don't look as good as the ones you're finding online? Sometimes its because they have better hardware and software, but don't give up because of that! There are a bunch of little things you can change about both the program you're using and your artistic process that can make the difference between a good render and a great render.
Using the various blending modes Photoshop offers you can add a level of richness and authenticity to your texture. The appearance of rust, mold, cracks, a wood grain, and virtually anything you can think of can be made to look like it is part of the overall texture. Overlays are powerful and they should be used carefully or they can override the base texture. Here is a guide to best use them in your work.
With the help of this easy tutorial, you'll be able to make your own custom textures for nearly any figure in DAZ Studio. Using MAT or MAP files and an image editing program, you can be creating original scenes in no time.
Enough physical RAM for all your simultaneous programs, and enough user memory for one single program, really are separate things.Solving one will not solve the other.This tutorial leads the way for those who experience out-of-memory problems when rendering 3D, video or music in a 32-bit environment.
This tutorial is designed to introduce newcomers to the world of 3D rendering. If you are already familiar with 3D rendering, it also outlines some of the basic functions of DAZ Studio, for anyone who is interested in learning more about the program.
Problem: You have 3d models that are in a file format non adequate to TG 2 for example.... what to do ?--> PoseRay(Download here:http://mysite.verizon.net/sfg0000/Guide here:http://www.blackdepth.de/PoseRay%20Handbuch%203_10_3.pdf)Here a little instruction for newbies to handle with PoseRay and transfer inadequate file formats in a format adequate for TG:
Studio renders are nice, clean renders, like a photograph, used to neatly show off models and characters.:)
I show several ways to make blood-splattered, gory skin for use in renders.One method shows how to use "Ron's Blood" a commercial texture/brush packageAnother method combines existing procedural materials.