I’ve labeled the categories for each item used in this image. Note that the suit and shoes are for Genesis 2 on a Genesis 3 figure. They worked beautifully. Find the figures used on the Daz 3D Shop here. And … continue reading.
You can create new characters simply by combining the ones you have in different percentages. Below are the original Genesis 8 character and a new character created by adjusting sliders. You can then add the skin from any character owned, … continue reading.
To render just one part of the body is a bit tedious as I’ve not found a way to hide all selected items. The key is to hide everything on the Scene tab one at a time except the part … continue reading.
Don’t like a pose or part of a pose you’ve created? Zero it without changing anything else you’ve done to the figure. You can zero a pose on the Parameters Tab or from the edit tab. To zero the whole … continue reading.
There are many good reasons to render to a new window rather than to a file. (Choose this option on the General Tab.) One of them is that you can change Progressive Render and Tone Mapping settings on the fly … continue reading.