DAZ 3D Studio : 4EYes – Roleplaying

I’m making some good to have 3D props for 3D NPC pictures now, and I will also render them as prop for mapmaking later on. Todey, a wine box for a upper class wine merchant from London.

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I promise, last day of the pallets, and to finish this a little surprise at the end.

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30

Oct

by admin

Hello,

a quick extra post with the new mascot of 4Eyes – Nurse Annie. She will show up early in the upcoming adventure Wicked Times:In Vino Veritas so this isn’t a spoiler at all, more like a teaser. I know that every male character desperately want to meet Nurse Annie. Also, I added a very nasty Germas SS officer that I haven’t any plans for right now, that do not have the same attraction as Annie. Enjoy!

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So, I’m totally sold at making NPC handout at the moment, not really sure why I make some fantasy ones when I got a pulp adventure to finish, but I will make it anyway. I call it artistic freedom or something. I might use it, I have three DnD adventures waiting to be finished, so much to do, so little time.

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This is something I tried to make as someone made an art request on Dundjinni Forum, and I thought it would be something fun to test.
I got tons of stuff for DAZ 3D, and this was a chance to try to use some of all those downloaded freebies.

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So, I’ve succeeded with something I set out to do, which was much harder that I first thought. Much harder because I didn’t have the right tools and didn’t fully understand the intricate file structures of a posable poser file, but, here is how I did it, using the tools at hand, mostly DAZ Studio3.

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I said before that I would revisit this of making NPC photos using 3D. This time I will make a beautiful female fighter NPC, the kind that you see everywhere in any fantasy setting.

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All you who have followed this site for a while know one thing, I am really bad at drawing, really bad. Actually so bad that I will never show anything hand drawn here ever. That what brought me into computer aided map making, somewhere back in 1985, when we made the first dungeons using a Mac 128k and MacPaint. Time flies.

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I’ve been playing with one of my new DAZ toys, Carrara 8, which is a pretty nice 3D tool, specially the render engine makes very good results, and it can load all DAZStudio and Poser materials. Poser is still on the wish list, it is a little too expensive as a toy right now ($499), but Smith Micro usually run some good discounts from time to time.

I found a great tutorial at geekatplay for making a picnic table for Carrara 8, so I decided model that in Cheetah3D, and then move it over to Carrara 8 for rendering.

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25

Sep

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OK, a lazy day today, but here are two cool items I’ve rendered in Bryce with models exported from DAZ 3D Studio, plus a scene I rendered in DAZ 3D Studio a while back that I really like.

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