Dragon lover (I used only free models and sets)

tomal656tomal656 Posts: 0
edited September 2012 in Art Studio

What do you think about that? Im using Daz3d Studio for 2 days. Is it good or should I read more tutorials? I have also one question: How to increase quality of textures? Dragon's neck looks like low res texture :(.

ps. Sorry Mr. Administrator, i didnt notice that option :).

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  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 19,379
    edited December 1969

    You can upload the images directly here, using the Browse button below the type screen to attach an image srtaight from your HD. add one image, then hit the preview button, and add another. You can add up to 5 images to your post like this, but do remember to preview between each, and submit your post from the final preview screen,

    Formats allowed are jpg, png and gif. Max size is 2000 x 2000 pixels.

    The idea of the Art Studio is the have the render threads showing the renders in the forum :coolsmirk:

  • tomal656tomal656 Posts: 0
    edited September 2012

    Oh guys come on! I want to know what is wrong in that renders. I want to improve my skills so i need to know what should I work on. Sorry, English is not my main language.

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  • michaeltoomichaeltoo Posts: 120
    edited September 2012

    tomal656 said:
    What do you think about that? Im using Daz3d Studio for 2 days. Is it good or should I read more tutorials? I have also one question: How to increase quality of textures? Dragon's neck looks like low res texture :(.

    Hi Tomal656,
    sorry no ones given you any feed back on your renders yet, I only just stumbled on your post looking at another thread. Anyway better late then never.

    Concerning the first image, IMHO a simple change to the the pose of V4 might help with the story behind the scene, is she frighten of Dragon, defending herself from it or even trying to attack it? The pose being used looks like on used for a fashion model.

    Also your lighting needs to focus on the main area of action, the dragon and V4. At the moment it is focused on the back wall. You need some light on the dragons face, maybe if V4 had a torch of fire or a staff with a glowing orb it will help bring more light into the scene without having to change to much? There's are lot of tutorials on lighting for Daz on youtube

    http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=daz+lighting&oq=daz+lighting&gs_l=youtube.3..0.830.16747.0.16965.12.8.0.4.4.1.278.1699.0j1j7.8.0...0.0...1ac.1.Obhv2dGGjLo

    http://www.youtube.com/user/WWWDAZ3DCOM/videos?view=1

    Also try the link on the banner below for the free e-book conquer 3d lighting by Dreamlights - dream-lounge.com


    With the second image, I love the composition but again you need to introduce some more light to the scene.

    Sorry I'm using a friends computer and he doesn't have Daz so I can't check that dragon texture thing, I have a look at that tomorrow and get back to you. Hope it all makes sense, it's way past my bedtime. :-)

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  • tomal656tomal656 Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Alright, really thank You for replay. Now at least i know what should I improve. I will work on it.

  • michaeltoomichaeltoo Posts: 120
    edited December 1969

    tomal656 said:
    I have also one question: How to increase quality of textures? Dragon's neck looks like low res texture :(

    Are you using the Sub Dragon that came with the free version of Daz? If you are then that is the light version and has a lower resolution texture. You might want to check out the full millennium-subdragon going for and the following higher resolution texture for the Sub Dragon while they are both 50% off, they're really worth it!
    http://www.daz3d.com/shop/creatures/dragons/millennium-subdragon
    http://www.daz3d.com/shop/subdragon-textures-2/

    There is also these textures but they are not on sale.
    http://www.daz3d.com/shop/subdragon-textures/

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