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Creating Incredible Line Art with Line Render 9000 : Coloring Our Artwork

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Product Name: Creating Incredible Line Art with Line Render 9000 : Coloring Our Artwork
Product ID: 68791
Published Artist(s): Cgan, djigneo
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2020-04-18

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If you're a artist that needs to tease 2D artwork from your 3D scene, than this tutorial of the Daz Studio plugin Line Render 9000 is for you! Over 5 hours of content BY THE CREATOR of Line Render 9000, it is a must watch tutorial.

Liner Render 9000 is an incredibly powerful and flexible tool for creating Line Art from a 3D scene. It uses a unique setting called ColorID that is a non-destructive parameter that is used to assign particular colors to the materials in the scene in order for the application to understand where lines should be drawn.

Because it is and ADDITIONAL parameter, it means that you can render the scene for 2D and then turn around and re-render the scene for 3D results without changing the material parameters.

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  • 1 Core

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