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Fantasy Taverns: A Workshop on Multi-Character and Atmospheric Scenes

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Product Name: Fantasy Taverns: A Workshop on Multi-Character and Atmospheric Scenes
Product ID: 81212
Published Artist(s): Digital Art Live
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2021-04-25

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In this workshop tutorial, we look at the great storytelling venue of the fantasy tavern and learn how to set up multi-character and atmospheric scenes with 4 sets in DAZ Studio and one set in Carrara. Fantasy taverns, bars, cantinas, or saloons — these are all key social meeting points where crucial plot points are carried out for visual storytelling. How do you effectively recreate these environments for your story? There are several challenges for the digital artist depicting when depicting these kinds of scenes. 1) Taverns or bars tend to be dark interior environments, so they can be a little challenging to light and depict what’s going on. 2) These places tend to be messy and busy in terms of props. Achieving realism can include a fair amount of detailing. 3) Being social gathering points, it’s a case of building plenty of characters in these scenes to make them feel populated and busy. 4) These places can have dense and smoky atmospheres; how do you best create that – on the set or as postwork? This is a recording of a tutorial Workshop that was hosted at a live event 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. Sample of the searchable workshop video:

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