From inception, video games have blown us away with their fun, originality and exploration of new ideas. Whether you are a hobbyist or an inspiring indie game dev, making a video game can be a rewarding endeavor. With tons of software and engines to choose from, Unity stands out as one of the most popular ...


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Animate in Maya, Import to Daz Daz 3D is excited to announce an update to the Daz to Maya Bridge! This new update allows you to transfer animations from Maya into Daz 3D to continue to work on your project in Studio. That’s right — the Daz to Maya Bridge is no longer a single ...


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Latest Updates: 10:55 am 11/10/2020 We were able to work over the weekend on a few updates and should have more updates this week. As of 10:55 am, 11/10, the following issues have been noted and fixed: Customer Orders have been re-sync’d and should now show all products that are owned in DIM, Product Library ...


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Daz 3D supports Equality in all forms Daz believes that human ingenuity exists far outside of the artificial boundaries of race, gender, income, or place. As such, we are proud to support the principles of Black Lives Matter, Pride Month, and inclusion and affirmation for any person who has been individually or systemically disenfranchised on ...


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On Thursday, the Daz 3D and Tafi teams decided to enact a ‘work-from-home’ policy for their employees. This decision was made out of an abundance of caution amid the request from state and federal governments surrounding the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the United States. This is effective until the end of March, at which ...


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Missing something?  Check out What Makes Good Art?, Part I, and What Makes Good Art?, Part II. We just finished our discussion of L’Hallali Du Cerf, by Gustave Courbet.  The previous posts, What Makes Good Art?, Part I, and What Makes Good Art?, Part II, covered general elements that tend to be present in anything ...


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Missing something? Check out What Makes Good Art?, Part I. We were right in the middle of discussing L’Hallali Du Cerf, by Gustave Courbet. We already covered Concept and Composition in the previous post, What Makes Good Art?, Part I, as general elements that tend to be present in anything that’s considered ‘good art.’ Here’s ...


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Buckle up, it’s gonna be a bumpy ride. Not really. This is Gustave Courbet’s L’Hallali Du Cerf (or ‘Killing a Deer’): This is Gustave Courbet in his younger years: And his later years: To spare you the long biography, Jean Désiré Gustave Courbet was a French painter who contributed primarily to the Realism movement in ...


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As Forbes just reported, Daz 3D is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Sinespace, a free-to-play online virtual world! For the first time ever, gamers can “try on” Daz 3D characters and accessories, customize them, use them as avatars to play games and socialize with other Sinesplace players — and, of course, take and ...


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