In this community workshop, we’re specifically looking at dark, grungy, night time, low lit scenes. How do you effectively light your characters and set and maintain the look of low level lighting? We invite you to bring along and share your artwork where you’ve created night time scenes that you are particularly proud of.
Let’s share tips, resources and artwork to get better quality low level lighting scenes.
- Indoor/Outdoor night scenes
- Using supplemental lights (Point, spot, and mesh)
- The usefulness of Ghostlights (Product)
- Postwork techniques to enhance a dim scene
- Best Practices?
- Using Emissives
- Using HDRI
- How to achieve the “Movie/TV night time look”
- Horror scenes
- Deep underwater scenes
- Cave scenes
Get prepared for this webinar:-
- Look in your render library for your top three renders that show a low level lit scene.
- What tips can you share from the build of these three scenes?
- Which lighting resources or night time sets would you recommend to other artists?
- HD searchable and captioned webinar recording of this workshop
- Bonus value tutorials : 2 x “Iray solutions” : 3 hours of Iray lighting community tips
Lifetime access to DAZ Studio Mastery Library
25% introductory price this week only for this resource
- Presentations by Drew Spence : professional graphic novel artist using DAZ Studio
- 25 hours of searchable videos. Search for any keyword across the entire library
- Homework tasks to advance your learning after each session
Session 1 : Mindsets and the DAZ User Interface
Session 2 : Care, Control and Content and Morphing Characters
Session 3 : Posing and Pose Resources
Session 4 : Indoor Lighting
Session 5 : Outdoor Lighting
Session 6 : Lighting Special Effects Part 1 : IES Profiles and Emissive Lighting
Session 7 : Lighting Special Effects Part 2 : Special effects and postwork
Session 8 : Composition
Session 9 : Understand the DAZ Studio Render Engines
Session 10 : Camera, canvases, gel lights and gobos
Session 11 : Advanced Topics Part 1
Session 12 : Advanced Topics Part 2
Date: Wednesday 23rd of June
Please note : The start time is more ideal for American time zones
Time: 18:00 PDT (Los Angeles) / 21:00 EDT (New York)
Duration : 1.5+ hours