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My first 3-D rendering with DAZ

My second  3-D model using Blender

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Despicable Me  Minion made with Blender
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Names doing for practice and for FREE
Okay this one is not so good is my first attempt at 3-D rendering was trying to use a Griffin Tiger instead of the Dragon but it seems that my download of Big Cats models were corrupt and could not use them so I went with the Dragon I posed wings neck front and back claws and mouth on Dragon and yes the arms on the male actor, this is just a practice to learn how to use the software have several more videos and training before I can get into making my own models trying to work a little bit with this every day.

Please tell me what you think.

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dragon 78,581, models 98, daz 85, pandr 76, 3-d 74
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Published: 4 years, 8 months ago
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Reyedog
4 years, 8 months ago
It is ok for something that comes with the package, could use better camera angles also the rendering window perspective could use some modifying for sharpness and quality, I use Daz myself for final renders sometime and a couple other programs to boot.  Remember you can only get HD renders using the 64 bit version. I make content for daz when I have time and it is a good program just sometimes their decisions with features can be questionable because they tend to break things that worked in previous versions.
Pandr
4 years, 8 months ago
thanks for the advice I do have the 64-bit version just did not use it as I am just starting to use this particular program and trying to figure out most of this stuff by myself and through the videos that they provide, I have used 3-D modeling  programs before but was unsatisfied with them probably really good programs just  I am really new to this type of work and I figured I could use their models to help with posing  camera angles and lighting.
Reyedog
4 years, 8 months ago
They do have pretty good tutorials. And I like the program just as much as Cinema 4D. Out of anything that takes the most of the time with setup besides creating the models, Camera angles and lighting takes up most of the time because getting things just perfect takes allot of patience and prep much like real life Cinematography. But you'll pick it up easily.
DangerRodent2004
4 years, 8 months ago
It looks really awesome! :)
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