Easy modeling in DazStudio. Simple tutorial to create a Spear prop explained step by step.
How to make a table lamp, wall lamp, ceiling lamp or even a bare light bulb appear to light up and glow in your renders.
A beginner's tutorial regarding making your outdoor renders look as photo-real as possible.
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.
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.
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.
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!
I examine even more little tweaks that can take your render from 'regular' to a real stand-out. With things like backdrop, ambient, reflections and more, you'll find easy and helpful tools you might not have even known about!
You can own all the 3D models in the world, but they're useless if you can't install them. In this tutorial I outline the steps for installing DAZ 3D content as well as content originally designed for Poser. No prior experience with DAZ Studio required.
Learn all you need to know to get started successfully using the Reality Plug-in for DAZ Studio to make simple indoor scenes.
If you use a PZ2 (Poser format) file on Genesis that breaks the joint rotation limits, DAZ Studio will ask you if you want to do so (unless you changed this feature in your preferences). BUT, if you use a DAZ Studio format such as .DSA or .DSF, it WILL NOT ASK, and then you might think the pose is broken because you have an arm sticking out of a head or something.This tutorial provides a simple solution until this bug gets fixed. I submitted the bug to DAZ and it has been verified.
Are you having problems working out how to apply shader presets in DAZ Studio? If you are new to DAZ Studio you may find that applying shader presets is not very intuitive. I've written this step-by-step tutorial to help you out.