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VICTORIA: 3D Figure Community Workshop

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Product Name: VICTORIA: 3D Figure Community Workshop
Product ID: 72641
Published Artist(s): Digital Art Live
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2020-08-29

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Can you believe that the original Victoria 3D figure (known also then as the Millenium Woman) was first released back in 1999? Since then we have seen multiple generations, with Victoria 4.2 being the most widely supported 3D figure, continuing with Victoria 7 available today in the DAZ store utilizing Genesis 3.

As a result of this popularity, there continues to be an incredibly large volume of Victoria-based characters, hair, and clothing to make the figure invaluable for your 3D character projects.

This recording of a community webinar celebrates the Victoria figure with eight different artists demonstrating their Victoria renders and animation. The artists show and discuss:- The versatility of Victoria 4 for human and animal figures Using Victoria for tribute artwork Comparison of the Victoria generation figures Comic book work using VictoriaA V4 animation A presentation on why artists are still using Victoria 4 Integrating a Victoria 4 render into a real photograph Video running time: 1 hour and 34 minutes

We've been connecting, educating, and inspiring digital artists in our weekly live webinars since 2013. Look out for our community live workshops at the Digital Art Live website and our other tutorial products at the DAZ 3D store.

Product cover artwork by Isikol

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