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|Product Name:||Digital Nature|
|Published Artist(s):||Digital Art Live|
Ken Gilliland is a seasoned artist and has been involved with Poser and Daz Studio since the early years. He is at the forefront of modeling, rigging, and texturing some of nature’s greatest wonders and is passionate about educating about the environment through his artwork and 3D models.
In Digital Nature, learn about Ken’s history in creating Poser and Daz Studio content and discover key points from his workflow, including how he creates layered transparencies for his bird models to provide realistic texturing for his work.
This 3-hour tutorial pack includes 2 MP4 videos that are searchable and include captions.
- Ken’s history as a digital artist — going all the way back to Sketcher in the early 80s
- His typical workflow with Modo, Poser, Daz Studio, and Painter
- How his Wacom Intuos is his most essential work tool
- How he provides depth for feathers on creating the texture maps
- Why Ken works on 2 projects at once
- Valued advice for freelance artists
- Top advice for creating promotional art
- About Ken’s best selling products
Bonus Tutorial: Digital Gardens (hosted by Tiffanie Grey)
This community workshop tutorial has a range of artists sharing utilities, tips, and artwork to create natural environments. It includes:
- Tree and ivy generators
- How to create Billboards for Daz Studio
- A demonstration of Flowscape
- Various recommended assets from the Daz 3D store to create garden scenes
- Artwork created with Daz Studio, Carrara, Photoshop, and VUE
About Ken Gilliland
“As an artist, I do 4 things: oils on canvas (social commentary), drawings of national parks, photography of birds and California native plants, and 2D/3D digital work (primarily nature).
I began doing programming and 2D digital art in the mid-1980s with a TI-99/4a. I added 3D art to my arsenal in the late 1990s.
Today, I work with Poser, Daz Studio, Modo, and Painter.
My art has been featured in film, TV, games, print, advertising, and scientific and museum presentations. I’m also an inductee into the TI-99/4a Hall of fame!”
About Digital Art Live
We've been connecting, educating, and inspiring digital artists in our weekly live webinars since 2013. Look out for our live events in our DigitalArtLive.Studio forum.
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