Bump Mapping, what is it for?Bump Maps in 3D are pretty important. They add detail to an object that will take a lot of time to sculpt. In other words, bump mapping adds texture to texture. As a result, you can use the Bump Map feature in your surfaces tab in DAZ Studio 4 to control how rough and smooth a texture can be. A bump map accomplishes this by creating highlights and shadows. It doesn't actually change the surface of the material.Bump Mapping, what is it for? by Daz3DelightExp
First of all, DAZ Studio and Poser treat bump mapping differently. DAZ Studio starts out with 50% neutral gray (R 128 G 128 B 128). Blacker colors are treated as negative or "down" and whiter colors are treated as positive or "up." In Poser, true Black (0-0-0) is treated as the norm, and everything is "up" from there. So working with material settings for items designed for Poser, you should set your negative mapping to 0 in your Bump surfaces tab.
If this is not done, you ha
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Exciting news, first book publication!Hello my dear friends!
Well, as some of you are aware, I have been working on a project for the past several weeks, and I've been very quiet, about exactly what it was I was working on, and with whom
This project has taken alot of our time to setup, and also been alot of fun to work on
Well...today's the day we can tell you all, what we have been up to!
Myself and WalkinginDreamlight :iconwalkingindreamlight: have today, self-published our very first book!
What started several weeks ago as an idea, has now become a dream (we are both very much still reeling from the fact that it's viewable on Amazon.com as an ebook)
It all feels very surreal, like we are living within a dream...
The book is called: Mandala Poems.
This is what the book's front cover looks like:
We decided to go with Amazon.c