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HOME SWEET HOME for Genesis 8 Female (G8F) and Genesis 8 Male (G8M)
  Whether it's your first home or not, the Charming House for Daz Studio fits nicely into your artwork. Start your project off right with this set of 14 poses for the Genesis 8 Female (G8F) and Genesis 8 Male (G8M) depicting activities around this nice looking house.  There are seven poses for each figure which include: sitting on front steps, climbing up stairs, walking down stairs, sitting on terrace, walking on sidewalk, sitting on box, and opening front door.   

LOST AT SEA for Genesis 8 Female (G8F) and Genesis 8 Male (G8M)
  Whether you are lost at sea or stranded on a deserted island, you have a better chance of surviving if you are not alone.  This set of 14 poses for the Genesis 8 Female (G8F) and Genesis 8 Male (G8M) depict the monotony of life on a raft on the open seas waiting to be found by a passing ship or search and rescue teams.   

CLASSIC BEGINNER USER GUIDES FOR DAZ STUDIO 4
We are happy to announce the re-release of this 6-part series of guides to help new and inexperienced users develop their skills in Daz Studio 4.  These guides were originally written for DS 4.6 but demonstrate techniques that can be applied to almost any version of Daz Studio after 4.5 was released.  Click on the image or link for whichever tutorial you are interested in to read more and download the training.  We cover just about every aspect that new users to using 3D studio apps to design grahics art and animation will need toget started.
Fully illustrated PDF with Step-by-Step intro to using Starter Essentials as demonstrated in DS 4.6.  TOPICS, What is Starter Essentials, Preparing DAZ Studio Layout/Style, Finding/Installing Starter Essentials, Your First Scene, FInding Items in Smart Content, Creating Your First Scene, Adding/Deleting Objects, Putting It All Together, Saving Your Scene, Rendering, Adding Lights, Render Settings, Adding Color and Style, Applying Materials to Objects, Content Library, Finding Items in Content Library, Adding Items to Scene, Conclusion, Complete Scene using only Starter EssentialsAre you new to DAZ Studio and just can't figure out how to make these awesome figures do anything but stand there with their arms out to the side? Don't throw in the towel just yet. Grab a copy of this tutorial to take you step-by-step from nothing in the viewport to how to use the variety of items included with DAZ Studio to load, dress and pose the Genesis figure in your first complete scene. Don't be afraid of all the power that DAZ Studio offers! Kick your feet into the air and learn what you need to get started with just what is included with DAZ Studio. Once you know what you are doing, nothing will be able to stop you. This guide is fully illustrated in PDF format covering everything from finding the content required to saving your scenes. Tutorial Overview, 68-Pages Fully Illustrated, Popular PDF Format, Step-by-Step Instructions, Prepared with Daz Studio 4.6Are you having difficulty getting lights added to your scene? Or are your renders coming out dark, drab and lifeless? Turn on the lights in Daz Studio and create some cool artwork! Grab a copy of this tutorial to take you step-by-step from using the default lighting for preview mode to what types of lights are available and how to use this variety to highlight and add shadows to any of your characters in your rendered scenes. Don't be intimidated by the powerful features of DAZ Studio; harness them and expand your own potential! Lighting is often overlooked but is one of the most important aspects to giving renders of your final scene the look and feel that draws in the viewer. Come out of the dark and into the light and nothing will be able to stop you. This guide is fully illustrated in PDF format covering everything from the types of lights available to rendering your scenes. Overview, 75-Pages Fully Illustrated, Popular PDF Format, Step-by-Step, Prepared with DS 4.6After hours of hard work and frustration, you have finally gotten your character looking perfect with the right clothing and poses. But wait a minute, you just completed your render only to find that your character is floating in space! What you need now is the perfect environment suited for your character's style. You could make your own environment from scratch but that would just be crazy. This guide will show you how to use the free items included with Daz Studio to get you started creating your own environments. It will also cover many of the popular environment sets with demonstrations that include products created by some of 3D's top artists including LaurieS, Moyra, Flipmode, Stonemason, Ajax, and Moebius87. Grab a copy of this tutorial to take you step-by-step from no surroundings for your characters to the creating a wide variety of natural and city environments in no time.After you learn to pose models and render your scene, the next progression is to learn how to create animations in DAZ Studio. DAZ Studio has all the functionality you need to create awesome animation sequences. Grab a copy of this tutorial to take you step-by-step from knowing the difference between frames and keyframes to putting these and other animation tools into action! This 105-page tutorial in PDF format will demonstrate how to animate multiple objects simultaneously and how to animate DAZ figures within DAZ Studio. Learn the Animation Timeline Controls, Frames and Range, Keys and Keyframes, Playback and Looping, Learn Impact of Viewport Changes, Translate and Move, Rotate and Spin, Scale and Size, Camera View
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GET SCRIPTING in Daz Studio 4
  The Bring Us Together script will consolidate (move) all of the figures and props selected in the Scene tab to one location. You have full control over which location will be used to move all other nodes to. Choose between first selected node, last selected node, or world center (0,0,0) as your focal point. Change all translations (X,Y,Z) to match or just those that are needed. Simply select all of the nodes you want to converge using the first/last selection method, unselect any plane (axis) translations you do not want to affect, then click Move. Also includes and Undo button for those times when you simply mess up. INCLUDES Daz Studio Script (.dse), Popup window controls, Radio buttons for Move To, First Selected, Last Selected, World Center, Check boxes for X, Y, Z, Click Buttons for Move, Undo, Done   The Bring Us Together script will consolidate (move) all of the figures and props selected in the Scene tab to one location. You have full control over which location will be used to move all other nodes to. Choose between first selected node, last selected node, or world center (0,0,0) as your focal point. Change all translations (X,Y,Z) to match or just those that are needed. Simply select all of the nodes you want to converge using the first/last selection method, unselect any plane (axis) translations you do not want to affect, then click Move. Also includes and Undo button for those times when you simply mess up. INCLUDES Daz Studio Script (.dse), Popup window controls, Radio buttons for Move To, First Selected, Last Selected, World Center, Check boxes for X, Y, Z, Click Buttons for Move, Undo, Done  In this training you will learn how to programatically (code) add lights to your Scene with Daz Script.  Includes full sourcecode from Cube of Lights and Ring of Lights routines.    
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