I’ve got a new render that popped into my head. It’s probably something that’s been done may times before — I may have even had a sword & sorcery novel in the past with a similar cover. Novice wizard opens a book and magic rises from the book into the air in front of an amazed wizard.
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A New Render
I finally got all my content loaded back into Daz Studio. It only took three months, and even during that I lost some early categorization of the content (putting the items into categories to keep it all together — Poser has, or at least had, a terrible way of organizing content, at least by default). But now, everything I have bought is now reloaded and categorized inside Daz Studio.
A few years ago, I started using an application called Daz Studio. I had commissioned a portrait of an RPG character and it was taking longer than I had wanted due to the artist’s illness, so I poked around looking for something for the Artistically-challenged to use. I had heard of Poser when it first came out a long time ago and was looking for reviews and such when I came across someone suggesting Daz instead. I looked into it, found out they had started by making content for Poser, then put out their own software. It was free, and that was a good price for me, so I downloaded it and started looking into tutorials and such.