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Jim-Zombie

JimZombie
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Artist // Hobbyist // Digital Art
  • Australia
  • Deviant for 12 years
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JimZombie (Jim Willey) was long time dedicated to the art of creative fiction when a chance encounter with DAZ Studio at the end of 2011 changed everything. What started with a seemingly simple way to put basic graphic novels together quickly spiralled into a deeper obsession with 3D arts, the perfect fusion of his love for arts and technology.

Check out DigiSprawl (Jim's all things DAZ/Poser/LightWave/Misc 3D blog) :)

DigiSprawl

I've never done an art feature on my own private page, mostly because I don't get enough traffic to bother, but I was ordering seven years worth of "Featured" favourites (there was twice what there is now - literally hundreds!), and seeing all the pretty images group together at the top of the gallery was too inspiring to pass up the desire. There is no theme (other than all the images happen to contain female humanoids). There are newer images and ones that have been floating around DA for quite some times. Enjoy the selection (or don't - but seriously, why wouldn't you). To enjoy more impeccable curated collections pls visit the featured
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I feel like I'm fairly intimately familiar with Victoria/Genesis 8 now. I have spent a good number of hours evaluating and putting together a fairly thorough review of Victoria 8. As usual, I learn a little more about DAZ Studio and 3D in general ever time I do one of these, so it's all time well spent. Feel free to put your own opinions and any feedback forward.
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This tutorial has been in the works a while now, but I've finally manage to sort through my workflow for rigging a garment item that is a bit more challenging than your average tightly conforming kit. The tutorial covers ugly transfer tool jobs, weighting, distortion caused by Genesis 3 JCMs, and basic fixes within DAZ Studio that give us a cleaner mesh to work with. It's not an easy tutorial, but I hope I explained the reasoning behind the workflow and it's value.
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Thanks for watching me! :)
Thank you for the watch :)
You've got an interesting gallery. I want to keep an eye on it ;) Also, thanks for the favourites.
Thank you for the watch!
Thanks for the :+devwatch:! :)
Thanks for watching Jim...much appreciated sir! :)
Glad to have come upon your gallery.