Free Software offer from Daz3D

Discussion in 'Software' started by Axiel, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. Axiel

    Axiel New Member

    For those that may have missed it in Psyscape's intro post, Daz3d is currently offering their Daz Studio, Bryce and Hexagon for free here:
  2. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Yes, make sure you download everything, there is a lot to download and a time limit, only a couple of days left. There is a 64Bit version for those of us with 64bit systems.

    Also, very important, go to "Available Serial numbers (activations codes), forgot what they called them, there's three of them.. Most necessary!!
  3. Vortex_4200

    Vortex_4200 Member

    got em, can't wait to figure out how to use them!
  4. Psyscape

    Psyscape Member

    There are some tutorials available from the company on YouTube Here

    I am uncertain if there are any specific tutorials for Bryce and Hexagon, but you should be able to find help in their forums if you get stuck on something. Sign up is free and there should be a link to the community on their home page. Hexagon, Bryce and Studio have their own dedicated forums so somebody should be able to help with questions.
  5. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

    Thanks guys.....You may not see me for awhile, as i may get lost in all this, lol
  6. Bryce has been around for over a decade and I've been using it for almost that long. There are many tutorials and books around on it. There used to be lots of Bryce-oriented websites, but I think they've thinned out. It was designed for non-techy artists to master quickly and has pretty intuitive controls. In recent years Vue has gained favor as a landscape creator, but Bryce's biggest strength has always been in it's texture-creation controls, which difficult to fully grasp, but very powerful. It is great for rendering objects and scenes. It also can be used to some degree for animation.

    Daz Studio is an evolved clone of Poser. They allow you to pose, shape and clothe people (and other creatures). Daz originally built their business on selling aftermarket figures, clothing and accessories for use with Poser. I'm not sure how similar the controls are, but Poser's been around almost as long as Bryce. I suspect a lot of old Poser info could be applied to it.

    I believe Hexagon is a relatively new Daz-originated product for modeling, so tutes may be few for it.

  7. PemTech

    PemTech Member

    Much thanking!
    The files are downloading now and I can hardly wait to dive into the fray.
  8. dindandut

    dindandut New Member

    thanks dude....
    that's such a great software
  9. cptorres111071

    cptorres111071 New Member

    just saw the post and was surprised it still is available for free download!!!! I grabbed them both!!!! Now I have to figure out how to use it lol!!!!!
  10. Alanray

    Alanray New Member

    Mid September and just wanted to add that these are still free. My wife is interested in 3d modelling and actually found this before I read this thread. I went and checked and yep it's the same. She has gone and joined their (think it was) platinum club and is very enthused about this program. Maybe if she gets any good I can get her to do my modelling design for me. I am rather good at delegation angel
  11. paperquestor

    paperquestor Member

    Daz Studio is still free, but the others are not. There are some free add-ons to get you started.

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