This course explores the learning of DAZ Studio for new users, with the objective of visual storytelling.
If you’ve had a story in your head for years (perhaps decades) and have always wanted to illustrate it, you may have considered using DAZ Studio.
This virtual studio has everything at your disposal to illustrate your characters – in any scene you can imagine. With tens of thousands of supporting assets, there’s an unlimited set of possibilities to create your visual stories.
But there is a learning curve to go through. Have you had these types of questions when beginning to learn with DAZ Studio?
- Where do I start?
- How do I create dynamic poses for storytelling?
- How do I apply clothing and props?
- How to avoid the most common 3D artistic mistakes?
- How do I use my virtual camera effectively?
- How can I improve lighting in a scene?
- What render settings should I use?
- How do you organise so many assets?
Drew Spence has logged hundreds of hours using DAZ Studio to illustrate volumes of comics, including “Force Six The Annihilators”. All of the questions above and more were experienced by him during his DAZ Studio learning journey.
In this two part course, Drew provides his insights and learning journey in overcoming the most frequent hurdles in using DAZ Studio for storytelling. Save time and money by utilising a more efficient workflow and getting more out of your DAZ store purchases.
This course explores the learning of DAZ Studio, looking through the lens of an artist that tells dynamic stories.