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The Creative Cart - Discovering Ravnheart's Sci-Fi Universe

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Product Name: The Creative Cart - Discovering Ravnheart's Sci-Fi Universe
Product ID: 94646
Published Artist(s): Digital Art Live, Dartanbeck
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2024-04-20

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The “Creative Cart” is a curated review of selected DAZ 3D store assets, beautifully explored through animation and real-time walk throughs.

The presentation includes the application of the assets for rendering stills or animation, vendor analysis, insightful techniques for scene set-up and management, kit bashing suggestions, cross-generational asset techniques, and behind-the-scenes insights of creative scene building. In this session:-

–Highlighted Assets– - The Marcoor series by Ravnheart, spacecraft and interior sci-fi assets. - DzFire's Cyborg Generation 8, a detailed and versatile character model for animation and artwork. - Reisormocap sci-fi moves for animation, applied to DzFire's cyborg in and around the Marcoor sets.

–Animation Insights– - Discussion on the practicality of detailed models and assets, such as the Marcoor ship and interiors, for animation. The importance of optimized models. - Modularity and flexibility of assets for creative freedom in scene building.

–Managing Complex Scenes– - Discussion on balancing detailed artwork with computer memory constraints. - Some recommendations to optimize scenes and improve workflow.

–Kit Bashing and Creative Asset Utilization– - Demonstrations of kitbashing techniques, using assets like sci-fi ship blocks and character models in unique ways to create custom scenes or characters. - The use of emissive textures and modular components for creative scene building.

–Cross-Generation Animation and Modeling Techniques– - Discussion on using and converting animations across different generations of characters (e.g., Genesis 3 to Genesis 8) to leverage a wider range of motion captures and poses for animation projects.

–Insights into Scene Creation and Asset Customization– - Insights into the thought process and creativity involved in scene creation, emphasizing the advantages of detailed modeling and texturing in enhancing the realism and appeal of digital scenes and characters.

Video Length and Format 1 hour and 8 minutes MP4 1920 x 1080 About the presenter: Dartanbeck Dartanbeck began his Digital Art journey by painting game tiles for tabletop fantasy games. He then became a texture artist for 3d game characters for a worldwide gaming community from which he has received several Hall of Fame awards. This immediately sparked his desire to create digital animations in the form of movies or shorts and has been dedicated to that pursuit ever since. Now as a Daz 3d published artist, he has released several environment kits for Carrara software – specifically designed with animated movie makers in mind, plus released two character animation packs. Dartanbeck is currently animating using Daz Studio and Carrara software and is having a lot of fun and success with it. Throughout his animation projects, he loves to share his experiences to help others to succeed as well.

His animation workflow includes Daz Studio with a collection of add-on plugins, Carrara 8.5 Pro, PD Howler, Affinity Photo, DaVinci Resolve, HitFilm and Magix MusicMaker Premium. Dartanbeck lives in a small fishing city in Wisconsin and loves the changing seasons and has always been at home in the wilderness. He has spent his career chiseling custom stonework, designing and building cliff extensions, waterfalls, ponds, walls, patios… even custom outdoor furniture made of stone. He is also a performing musician.

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