I’m now a Daz PA! 😀
Quick explanation: Daz Studio is a 3D rendering program that allows you to set up 3D images and animation. I use it mostly for art, and it’s becoming more frequently used on book covers.
As a PA (published artist), I do freelance work for Daz 3D… right now I’m focusing on creating premade pose sets and character morphs.
My first set just released last Saturday:
SBibb Wonder and Curiosity
Poses and Expressions for Genesis 8
I’ve been working toward becoming a PA (published artist) since around August, and I first started submitting a set to them in October. They showed interest, but what I had wasn’t quite ready for them.
So I ended up creating this set… poses and expressions to evoke wonder, curiosity, and joy.
A couple months ago, I found out they were interested in having me be a PA, and we began the process of formalizing it.
Last week, I finally saw that come to fruition. 😀
(I was also super thrilled because one of my images for the set got used on the site banner for that day’s sale. *SQUEE!*)
Here’s a few more images from that set…
Anyway, expect to see more announcements of new Daz products from me in the future. 😀
Side note… The spelling of “curiosity” trips me up almost every time. I had to double and triple check that I was spelling it right for this.
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Are you an artist who uses Daz Studio? Click here to get a better look at my new pose set! 😀
2 responses to “I’m now a Daz PA! :-D”
What kind of computer do you got to do your renders? Or do you use a service?
I use an Alienware m17 laptop for my renders. It has an NVidia RTX 2060 graphics card, which is important for using Iray at faster speeds.
Previously I used an older Alienware laptop, but it took a long time to render anything (and certain scenes were definitely a no-go in terms of loading) because its Nvidia card died shortly before I got interested in Daz.
My current setup works pretty well for most of what I do, though I do frequently let larger, detailed scenes render overnight. I have an external fan hooked up to it to keep it cool. Downside of having a laptop (which I chose because I was needing portability) is that it does get hot, and that will throttle the renders. In the long run after I save up the funds, I’ll probably look into getting a desktop for rendering. But for now, I do like what I’m using.
I know there are some render farms out there for rendering, but I haven’t used any personally.
Does that answer your question?
Do you do much work with Daz, or are you still debating on getting started with it? 🙂