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The Beginner's Guide to Posing Models in Daz Studio 4

Are 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
* Getting Started:
- Preparing Daz Studio Layout/Style
- Directions in 3D Space
* Where are the Poses?
- Finding Items in Smart Content
- Finding Items in Content Library
* Making It All Happen
- Translating Objects (moving)
- Rotating Objects (spin)
- Scaling Objects (resize)
* Pose Controls:
- Positioning Your Figure
- Posing Body Parts
- Free Hand Posing
* Creating A Scene with 2 Figures
- Putting It All Together
- Saving Your Scene
* Conclusion:
- Complete Scene using
Posing Models techniques
 
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