I am wondering since daz, hexagon, and bryce are free does that mean we my use them and publish anything i make in hexagon ?
i use the game engine torque 3d and i was going to if i can make models in hexagon animate in daz and then export to colada in daz is that allowed
Yes you may. Only copyrighted content has restrictions. Your own content belongs to you. You are not allowed to alter others work and use it, most if not all content form daz can be used in all Renders /still images and all forms of animation even as sprites in games. You are not allowed to use the original mesh objects in games without a Gamers License and then only for the items that are sold under that license.
I’m new to Daz and would eventually (once I get good at it), sell my artwork on posters and what not. I was wondering, based on the previous posts, if this is okay under the terms of usage. I just want to make sure it’s okay before I put the effort into something and then find out I can’t sell the artwork. Any clarification/help/advice would be greatly appreciated. I’m having fun learning Daz.
You can sell any artwork made with DS. All bought content can be used (DAZ). Some Free items from the free sites have restrictions in the Readmes. I never keep an item that says not for commercial use.
All DAZ content is for commercial use in art work or animations.
Would that include all content available for sale in the store or only content produced by DAZ? Sorry to be such a stickler, but I want to save on any possible hassles and money when deciding which content to get. Thanks.