who can tell me where i can learn

creativemodelsbecreativemodelsbe Posts: 0
edited October 2012 in The Commons

as someone is blocking my posts here, who can tell me where i can learn
and that is not funny.

where can i learn more about Zbrush?
and where can i learn more about dazstudio as this program has no manual.

is there really no help available?

Post edited by Richard Haseltine on

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  • DAZ_KevinDAZ_Kevin Posts: 1,555
    edited December 1969
  • creativemodelsbecreativemodelsbe Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    THANK YOU

    is that the only manual or?

    any place to learn more about zbrush?

  • RKane_1RKane_1 Posts: 1,150
    edited December 1969

    Youtube and ZClassroom at Pixologic.com

  • creativemodelsbecreativemodelsbe Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    thank you for the links.

    question to @KageRyu
    from http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/9386/

    what do you mean with?
    Additionally, they like keeping users in the dark so that some here can post condescending statements and feel superior. It is unfortunate, but that is the shape of the new Daz3D Forum experience.

    is that how this forum works?
    sounds bad :down:

    thx for the links guys, i move to other community.
    this is not the right place for me.
    i only use freebies, i do not buy 3d models.

  • KageRyuKageRyu Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    My personal opinion. I am jaded, so take it with a grain of salt and form an opinion of your own after being here a while. You may agree or disagree in the end.

    Generally, it is not a good idea to reference locked threads, Moderators are not happy about such things, a PM is a far better way to approach that.

  • McGyverMcGyver Posts: 943
    edited December 1969

    I don't think anyone is trying to keep people from learning... DAZ does have some tutorials, but given that much of the software here is either pretty cheap (relatively if you did not buy it at full price when it first came, but that is a different story), or free, DAZ sort of lets the community do the teaching as opposed to investing more effort in the tutorial/manual department... creating those can be pretty expensive and time consuming... that would cost money that would have to come from somewhere else and would drive up the price of the software (or require charging for the free stuff). Sadly many people never read the manual anyway.
    Its hard because Poser and DAZ do not have the sort of following and backing like Maya,Max,Zbrush and other mainstream high-end software have and thus there are fewer books and professional tutorials.
    That having been said, for the most part I have found the people who frequent these forums to be very helpful and quite happy to help answer questions... most of what I know I learned from the folks here... well, what I learned about CGI... life lessons I learned from the wolves that raised me and a magical rabbit named Larry.

  • Paradigm67Paradigm67 Posts: 960
    edited October 2012

    This guy has multiple closed threads about the same thing... I'm starting to wonder what he did xD

    All I do is ask for help, and DAZ has never been anything but extremely helpful.

    Post edited by Paradigm67 on
  • larsmidnattlarsmidnatt Posts: 2,764
    edited December 1969


    All I do is ask for help, and DAZ has never been anything but extremely helpful.

    usually that is my experience too. I did have two PA's that were not responsive before but I don't buy from them anymore. But it was more pointing out issues with products and not really about training or anything like that. Anytime I've brought up a bug or looked for how to do something I have been able to find it.

    Usually I search google and find links back to the Daz3d forum with a lot of useful information related to Daz Content or software. 3rd party software is best supported on other sites.

  • edited December 1969

    I'm pretty sure he posts with two accounts, that's kinda weird

    Anyway like anything else DAZ is not for everyone, I wish OP the best of luck as he moves on to different communities

  • RKane_1RKane_1 Posts: 1,150
    edited December 1969

    I have tried to help others and have gotten a lot of help from the likes of Sickleyield, Boudica55, RAMWolff, Richard Haseltine, Chohole, fixmypcmike and many others.

    It's a good group.

    Also I have tutorials in my sig and a lot of others have their tutorials or products listed there as well.

    DAZ also has a YouTube channel with several tutorials available there.

    DAZ YouTube Channel

  • Paradigm67Paradigm67 Posts: 960
    edited December 1969

    RAMWolff and Richard Haseltine must be getting sick of me by now ^_^

  • SickleYieldSickleYield Posts: 5,993
    edited December 1969

    I too have often picked Richard's brain. :D

  • Richard HaseltineRichard Haseltine Posts: 19,371
    edited December 1969

    Yeah, I like to have my brain pickled. Oh, wait - picked you wrote.

  • creativemodelsbecreativemodelsbe Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    TZORG said:
    I'm pretty sure he posts with two accounts, that's kinda weird

    Anyway like anything else DAZ is not for everyone, I wish OP the best of luck as he moves on to different communities

    eh? why would i do that?

    is it strange that i freak out?
    frustrating screaming around?
    i am new, i like to learn and i found studio very difficult program to learn and very poor in information for intermediate and advanced users.
    how do i weightmap new models imported from blender or silo?

  • blondie9999blondie9999 Posts: 733
    edited December 1969

    how do i weightmap new models imported from blender or silo?

    My tutorial covers all aspects of rigging and weight-mapping original figures;

    http://www.daz3d.com/shop/rigging-original-figures-in-ds4-pro

  • RKane_1RKane_1 Posts: 1,150
    edited December 1969

    Yes, freaking out is uncalled for and somewhat off-putting to those of us willing to help but not counsel someone who is having a nervous breakdown over something as minor as a piece of software.

    Weight-mapping:

    DAZ Studio 4 - Weight Map Brush

    Rigging Modification Intro Pt 1 Joint Editor

  • McGyverMcGyver Posts: 943
    edited December 1969

    Yeah, I like to have my brain pickled. Oh, wait - picked you wrote.

    Mmmmmm pickled brains.... I learned to like them when I used to do stand up at a local Zombie bar... not bad with salted eyeballs.

  • creativemodelsbecreativemodelsbe Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    how do i weightmap new models imported from blender or silo?

    My tutorial covers all aspects of rigging and weight-mapping original figures;

    http://www.daz3d.com/shop/rigging-original-figures-in-ds4-pro

    ok, will check it

    thankyou

  • edited December 1969

    TZORG said:
    I'm pretty sure he posts with two accounts, that's kinda weird

    eh? why would i do that?

    ....
    i am new....


    I would guess because the other account's comments seem weird coming from someone with a 2005 join date. Hehe.

  • patience55patience55 Posts: 6,165
    edited December 1969

    RKane_1 said:
    I have tried to help others and have gotten a lot of help from the likes of Sickleyield, Boudica55, RAMWolff, Richard Haseltine, Chohole, fixmypcmike and many others.

    It's a good group.

    Also I have tutorials in my sig and a lot of others have their tutorials or products listed there as well.

    DAZ also has a YouTube channel with several tutorials available there.

    DAZ YouTube Channel

    Boudicca36 ;-) You're welcome. I'm lost in here ... looking for a thread on shoes ... I'll undoubtedly find it after posting this. Cheers.

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