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Found this piece on deviantart
Daz3D was used and as soon as I saw the pic, I was confused...how do you achieve these results on a posing pèrogram like daz? I mean, I can't even do things like this with regular softwares that do anything I need, daz isn't for modeling and shit, so... how?
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>>510136

You make the models in another program and then use Daz to render them. Daz is a rendering and animating program. Not a modeller.
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Likely it was lots of postwork done in photoshop.
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>tfw no EZ button in rendering.

layering the renders in a post-effects program and such has always been a secret recipe to have distinguish ones work versus 1 click wonders.
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>>510136

The shoulders of the creme brulee guy show why Daz should be moving away from the old T Pose and getting with an A Pose since they keep changing the pose of every new figure they release anyway.
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>>510136

It looks pretty nice. That girls' skin almost looks painted. I wonder if they could push this further.



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