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Thread: If you have any interest in 3-D art. . .

  1. #1
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    If you have any interest in 3-D art. . .

    Get on over to this address.

    http://www.daz3d.com/i/0/0/-/?

    The entire DAZ professional suit free for a limited time. This is almost a thousand dollars worth of high-end software.

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    Thanks for the link, I for one are going to enjoy investigating this new media for me.
    Geoff

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    WOW... it's a steal... I already own Hexagon but will grab Studio Pro & Bryce...

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    Well having got studio 4 pro it looks like it will take a bit of time to find out how to use it.
    At least it will keep me out of mischief

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    Looks like 3D World Magazine issue #153 is giving away DAZ Victoria 5 figure free... originally sells for $39 US

    http://www.3dworldmag.com/2012/02/03...ying-articles/

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    Looks like I'm going to spend many more months learning new software and doing very little painting.

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    DAZ can be used quite nicely with ArtRage... They are a great combo...

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    How timely! I've been wanting to try Bryce for months, but didn't want to spend the $$$. Now I can get it and not feel bad if I don't figure it out!
    I have been using a much easier and more affordable ($20 when full price) program called TerraRay. Very easy to learn and you can do some amazing things with it. Great program for learning 3D terrain rendering (for Macs only).

    http://www.avisnocturna.com/www/

    And that's why I haven't been painting much lately! TerraRay is way too much fun.

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    I also got bryce, so now how do I find the time away from other things to get to know them. At least there seems to be quite a number of tutorial on youtube so that should help.
    There must be a way of extending the day.
    Geoff

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    That was a great link! THANKS!!

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