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DS4: Increase Productivity with Hardware Acceleration Enabled, Grid Maker 3D, The Beginner's Guide: Starter Essentials DS4, The Beginner's Guide: Posing Models DS4, The Beginner's Guide: Lighting & Renders DS4

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Increase Productivity in Daz Studio with Hardware Acceleration Enabled

 

If your Viewport seems sluggish whenever you make camera or view adjustments, then you may want to enable hardware acceleration.

 

This package includes the PDF, WMV (1600x900), and MP4 (1280x720) versions for maximum portability.

 

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REQUIRED PRODUCTS:
DAZ Studio 4.9+
PDF Reader
WMV/MP4 Media Player

 

GRID-MAKER 3D for Windows

Grid-Maker 3D is a stand alone Windows application that allows users to create custom-sized grid work designs for 3D and exported as a Wavefront OBJ/MTL model.

You can also create your own grid patterns for 2D images and textures using squares, diamonds or hexagon shapes.

* Versatile 2D Grids
  - Three Shape styles to choose from with two layouts each:
    -- Square, Standard / Brick
    -- Diamond, Geometric / Linear
    -- Hexagon, Flat / Pointy
  - Adjustable width/height in pixels for node
  - Choose number of horizontal/vertical nodes
  - Select background/foreground Colors from color palette
  - Variable width line for Square style
  - Save your grid work as BMP, JPG, PNG, GIF or TIF formats
  - Use Your grids with paint programs like The GIMP, Photoshop & MS Paint

* Standard 3D Grids
  - Export your grid as standard Wavefront OBJ/MTL 3D model
  - Import 3D model creations into popular rendering/animation software like:
    Poser, Daz Studio, Maya, 3DS Max, Blender, Lightwave, ZBrush and more...

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
Windows 7/8/10 with MS .NET Framework

KEYWORDS:
grid, square, geometric, linear, brick, diamond, hexagon, flat, point, obj,

 

3 Free Tutoorials

 

The Beginner's Guide: Starter Essentials DS4

 


Fully illustrated PDF with Step-by-Step intro to using Starter Essentials as demonstrated in DS 4.6.

 

Are you new to DAZ Studio and the wonderful world of using 3D modeling to create fantastic artwork?  Don't get disappointed and throw your hands in the hair.  Grab a copy of this tutorial to take you step-by-step from nothing in the viewport to how to use the variety of items available in the Starter Essentials bundles for Genesis, Genesis 2 Female and Genesis 2 Male to create your very own scenes.

 

Don't be afraid of all the power that DAZ Studio offers!  Hit the ground running by learning what you need to get started without the need to buy anything else.  Once you know what you are doing, nothing will be able to stop you.  

 

This guide is fully illustrated in PDF format covering everything from installing the Starter Essentials manually or with DIM to how to find all that wonderful content included for free from DAZ3D.

 

* Tutorial Overview:
  - 60-Pages Fully Illustrated
  - Popular PDF Format
  - Step-by-Step Instructions
  - Prepared with DAZ Studio 4.6
* Getting Started:
  - What is Starter Essentials?
  - Preparing DAZ Studio Layout/Style
  - Finding/Installing Starter Essentials
* Your First Scene:
  - Finding Items in Smart Content
  - Creating Your First Scene
  - Adding/Deleting Objects
  - Putting It All Together
  - Saving Your Scene
* Rendering:
  - Adding Lights
  - Render Settings
* Adding Color and Style:
  - Applying Materials to Objects
* Content Library:
  - Finding Items in Content Library
  - Adding Items to Scene
* Conclusion:
  - Complete Scene using only Starter Essentials

The Beginner's Guide: Posing Models DS4

Are you new to Daz Studio and just can't figure out how to make these awesome figures do anything but stand there with their arms out to the side?

 Don't throw in the towel just yet.  Grab a copy of this tutorial to take you step-by-step from nothing in the viewport to how to use the variety of items included with Daz Studio to load, dress and pose the Genesis figure in your first complete scene.  

Don't be afraid of all the power that Daz Studio offers!  Kick your feet into the air and learn what you need to get started with just what is included with Daz Studio.  

Once you know what you are doing, nothing will be able to stop you.  This guide is fully illustrated in PDF format covering everything from finding the content required to saving your scenes.

* Tutorial Overview:
  - 68-Pages Fully Illustrated
  - Popular PDF Format
  - Step-by-Step Instructions
  - Prepared with Daz Studio 4.6
* Getting Started:
  - Preparing Daz Studio Layout/Style
  - Directions in 3D Space
* Where are the Poses?
  - Finding Items in Smart Content
  - Finding Items in Content Library
* Making It All Happen
  - Translating Objects (moving)
  - Rotating Objects (spin)
  - Scaling Objects (resize)
* Pose Controls:
  - Positioning Your Figure
  - Posing Body Parts
  - Free Hand Posing
* Creating A Scene with 2 Figures
  - Putting It All Together
  - Saving Your Scene
* Conclusion:
  - Complete Scene using
    Posing Models techniques

The Beginner's Guide: Lighting & Renders DS4

Are you having difficulty getting lights added to your scene?  Or are your renders coming out dark, drab and lifeless?  

Turn on the lights in Daz Studio and create some cool artwork!  Grab a copy of this tutorial to take you step-by-step from using the default lighting for preview mode to what types of lights are available and how to use this variety to highlight and add shadows to any of your characters in your rendered scenes.  

Don't be intimidated by the powerful features of Daz Studio; harness them and expand your own potential!  

Lighting is often overlooked but is one of the most important aspects to giving renders of your final scene the look and feel that draws in the viewer.  

Come out of the dark and into the light and nothing will be able to stop you.  This guide is fully illustrated in PDF format covering everything from the types of lights available to rendering your scenes.

* Tutorial Overview:
  - 75-Pages Fully Illustrated
  - Popular PDF Format
  - Step-by-Step Instructions
  - Prepared with Daz Studio 4.6
* Getting Started:
  - Preparing Daz Studio Layout/Style
  - Loading Genesis figure
* Loading Lights into Scene:
  - Distant Light
  - Spotlight
  - Point Light
  - Linear Point Light
* Using Light Presets:
  - Uber Light Sets
* Lighting Parameters:
  - Transforms
  - Point At
  - Color and Intensity
  - Shadows
* Rendering Your Scene:
  - Output Dimensions
  - Render Destination
  - Render Engines
  - Lighting Models

 

 

 

 

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