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I'm a photographer (mostly) and a COMPLETE digital novice. I cannot compare to you talented people. Having put forth that "disclaimer", I did this one in Inkscape and pulled a pdf version of it into Photoshop and I can't remember what I did to it from there ;-):
I am re-bumping this thread from a few months ago, because it does appear to be an artform a lot of folks dabble in these days, yet often gets overlooked.
I started using DAZ about 18 months ago, and being completely new to the artform, I did think I would struggle to ever come to grips with it. In the first few months I did just that, but then started texturing my own models and configuring them how I wanted them to appear. Whilst I am still learning alot of what this package offers, I have managed to use it to my advantage in my work. It often gets dismissed in professional 3D circles, but perfect for a beginner!
This is my most recent one and to date the one I am most proud of!
With pleasure Carmen - I LOVE 3D art of late and is something I try my best to fit into my 2D projects. Just like everything, these often take time! And I do get far more stressed during 3D render times :)
Hmm I will look into this! thanks for telling me!
That link was actually just to my AW website - not sure why it won't let folks view it :(
Thanks, Carmen! I've already received one email pointing out the 'typo' in that title.
People are fun! ;-)
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My new series underway #3 of 10 ... inspired by an incredible dancer at the gorgeous Peace Hills Trust Annual Native Art show I attended a couple of weeks ago... This dancer has earned the name 'Hydro' -- his energy is absolutely mind boggling.