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|Reflections and Light: Tutorial Set
|Digital Art Live
Presenting the Reflections and Light: Tutorial Set for 3d artists!
Mirrors and reflections provide a fascinating aspect to artwork, both in the use of character-based scenes and landscapes. There are a number of shaders, scripts, and props that work really well when working with reflections in a scene. In this community-based tutorial, we share tips, recommended resources, and artwork that use reflections as a primary element.
This community session includes ten artists using DAZ Studio, Poser, Carrara, Mojoworld, and VUE.
How to set up a primitive with reflective surfaces in Iray
Challenges and tips for using reflections in Poser
Smooth water reflections in DAZ Studio
Using the Reflection Designer scripts for DAZ Studio
Artwork created with Iray Glassworx
Reflections in a character's eyes
Water reflections in environments
Helmet visor reflections
Bonus Tutorial: Light Effects, Properties, and Types
Have you ever been confused about the different lighting terms used in computer graphics? Ever wondered a little more about the science of light?
Terms such as volumetric light, diffraction, and subsurface scattering are explained here, and this tutorial will help those who have struggled with these lighting terms and more. We'll also go into some of the science of light to give a fuller background on the subject and talk about the most common light types we see used in 3D graphics applications such as DAZ Studio.
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 live workshops at the Digital Art Live website and our other tutorial products in the Daz 3D store.
Product poster artwork by Joe Pingleton
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