|Product Name:||How to Create a 3D Impact Crater Scene in PD Howler|
|Published Artist(s):||Digital Art Live|
PD Howler is a fast digital painting and animation program, created by artist, Dan Ritchie and is available within the Daz store. It's a rich toolbox for 2D and 3D artists, now with GPU-based rendering of 3D landscapes and makes a great supplementary application for Daz Studio users.
In this tutorial learn from Philip Staiger, co-creator of PD Howler, who will show you how to create a 3D impact crater landscape by using a heightmap, then add erosion plus sediments. He'll take you through colorizing the scene and then will add detail with bump maps. He'll show you a few special effects, tune the water for realism and then animate the scene.
In the tutorial's second half, Tiffanie Gray who is an experienced landscape painter will show you the painterly features of PD Howler, creating an oil effect painted landscape, demonstrating the powerful and flexible brush tools.
No previous experience is required of PD Howler for this session.
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