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Fantasy Art Tutorials in the FARP Section

3D Mixed Media, Using Support Programs

By :-) Ulises Rosas Garcia


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As you know, 3d art have a lot of possibilities with the correct use of the program, (the one that you like so much), but if you know how to mix that program with two or three support programs, then your work will become a real piece of art, in this FARP, I will create a pic using Poser, Bryce, ZBrush, Infini-D, Illusion and Photoshop, hope that you like this work!!!


POSER SETTINGS

Well, first of all I create a model for the pic, this is the one that I will use... you can create anything in order to put in your own pic...



Now you can select a poser for your character, I selected the Rio-Posen for mine, just remember to have selected the body part of your principal character, otherwise your character will have some errors in the pose...



Put the main camera in 35 angle, I make this in order to see if the model really looks good in the selected pose and if some of the clothes need extra adjustments...



Export the model into OBJ format, this is the best when rendered into Bryce, why?, because the OBJ respect all the textures and colors of the model...



Use this settings for the main scene, you only want the actual frame, not all of them...



When this window appear, only click 'ok', you will need all the scene items..



Check all these boxes in the last window, and then click OK...


Next we move into using Bryce -->


FARP Article Guestbook

DateNameComment 
31 Jul 2003:-) Laura J. Bayless
Some of the links in this tutorial just take you back to page 2 ^_^ But the whole tutorial can be viewed by entering the next higher number in the url link. If that makes sense. Great job.
22 Aug 200345 Telvin
Just wondering why you used Bryce and Poser for your programs? They are about as kiddie-toy as you can get, especially Bryce. I admit that Poser has a few redeeming factors, but not enough.

For any actual building of your own models, and not just using the presets, it is easier to use a professional 3D program, like Lightwave or (**Shudder**) 3DS Max. Or, for those who have issues with Kazaa (although Bryce and Poser aren’t free either...) Blender 3D is fantastic OpenSource freeware.

I know this was written for first time users, but all the same, if they want to go beyond this tutorial, they are going to have to dump these programs anyway.
18 Apr 2004:-) Brittany Elizabeth Kuppin
Honostly, Telvin........the tutorial is for Poser, because Poser is relatively easy to learn.True, I myself prefer Vue D' Esprit, but Poser is not 'kiddish it is a very convienant easy to use software, and you can get fantastic results with i if you know how.
6 Aug 200645 Emily <mmacc@acc...au>
It is fun and u no
24 Aug 200645 Anonymous
The LINKS to pages 4,5,6,7 are INCORRECT. Please fix.

Manually they are:
...mixmedpage4.html
...mixmedpage5.html
...mixmedpage6.html
...mixmedpage7.html
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