The Amazing Benefits From Off Camera Shadows – How To Create Them From Scratch In DAZ Studio
Off-camera shadows are used by professional 3D artists to make their art more interesting, intriguing and more appealing to the eye. But it also has other benefits, such as “masking” big open areas / void that otherwise attract unwanted attention from where attention needs to go.
In today’s video, I’m showing you 3 methods which you can start to use right now, literally creating your own off-camera shadows from scratch. I’m also showing you an automated solution, that will save you a ton of time and make your renders more professional and beautiful looking almost instantly.
If you want to have this completely automated, then check out my new “Off Camera Shadows” over at DAZ HERE.
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P.S. If you want to have this completely automated, then check out my new “Off Camera Shadows” over at DAZ HERE.
2 Replies to “The Amazing Benefits From Off Camera Shadows – How To Create Them From Scratch In DAZ Studio”
I was a fan, but now I am a huge fan after watching your YouTube people covering scanned people imported into Daz as .obj and then applying iRay surfaces to the obj by copying from Genesis 8. So clever, I will be watching all of your material very closely, great work Val.
I appreciate your comment! 🙂