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Figures, characters, and avatars; the official guide to using DAZ Studio to create beautiful art, 2d ed.

9781435461208

Figures, characters, and avatars; the official guide to using DAZ Studio to create beautiful art, 2d ed.

Pardew, Les.

Course Technology PTR

2013

162+ pages

$34.99

T385

Pardew, an artist and animator who works in the video game and entertainment industry, teaches management at Brigham Young U., and has created several games, shows graphic artists how to use DAZ Studio and other tools created by DAZ 3D to create characters in movies and TV, illustrations, video games, design, and fine art, and to develop avatars. He explains the basic layout of DAZ Studio and its features; the character model, clothing, and the head and face; how to build sets and populate them with characters, move and pose them, and use props and lighting; animation and lip sync; and uses in traditional media like figure drawing and for figure and scene reference.

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