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|Prime Poses : Community Tutorial
|Digital Art Live
With so many joints to manage in a 3D character, creating your own successful poses is daunting. An unnatural pose can quickly break an otherwise flawless image, removing the element of realism from the scene.
Have you struggled with: Using the Posing dials and Pose Control dials in the parameters pane PowerPose? Where to start the process in posing a character? Identifying the center of gravity for a character? Posing the hand successfully? Matching a pose from a reference photo? Showing characters interacting with valid poses? How to set up and save hierarchical poses for use with props or multiple figures If so, Prime Poses is an excellent resource to help you master character posing!
To tackle the challenges in posing, it is necessary to gain a thorough understanding of the controls available in DAZ Studio as well as absorbing some background on anatomy and body language. In this community workshop, artists share their valuable experience on creating successful poses by sharing examples, providing tips on how to pose the more difficult parts of the body, and recommending resources to assist in posing characters.
Take your posing skills to the next level with this in-depth workshop, Prime Poses, which includes 1 hour and 44 minutes worth of instruction!
Tutorial Workshops Hosted by Digital Art Live We've been connecting, educating, and inspiring digital artists in our weekly live webinars since 2013. Look out for our community webinar workshops at the Digital Art Live website and our other tutorial products in the Daz 3D store.
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