|Product Name:||Flat In Japan - Learn To Use Flat Billboards In Daz Studio Iray|
Flat people with plenty of depth? Learn how to use flat billboards inside DAZ Studio Iray, and turn a completely “empty” Stonemason Walled City scene into a beautiful and vibrant day and night time render with flat people, neon signs, and lanterns.
Billboards have been used since early computer games and played a major role in the blockbuster original Doom PC game from 1993. Even still today, billboards are used extensively in PC and console games for foliage, smoke and glow effects, and play also an important part of 3D props and models.
They have plenty of benefits, such as low memory and graphics card power consumption, but they also come with some downsides.
In this video tutorial from best-selling Daz 3D Published Artist Val Cameron from Dreamlight, you'll learn to use these effects inside Daz Studio Iray, with a Japanese flavor.
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