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DAZ Studio 4, Bryce 7, Hexagon 2.5 Free for Limited Time

daz-WonderWomanVeteran developer of 3D application software, DAZ 3D is well known among 3D circles. DAZ provides large number of add-on products and models of human figures, anatomy, clothing, animals, vehicles and such for use in popular 3D software applications such as Poser, Blender, Maya and Photoshop Extended. DAZ also has several of their own 3D creation programs, the most notable among them are DAZ Studio and Bryce. Bryce is one of the first realistic landscape generating computer program while DAZ Studio is a 3D posing and rendering applications.

DAZ 3D is currently giving away three of their popular products including these two, for free. The three software programs - DAZ Studio 4, Bryce 7 Pro and Hexagon 2.5 - has a combined retail value of over $800 and all three are solid products as any 3D digital artist will attest. The programs will be available for free download from their website until the end of February. That’s not all; the download is eligible for free updates and upgrade pricing on future versions of each product, potentially saving you of hundreds of dollars in future as well.


DAZ Studio Pro (worth $429.95)

DAZ Studio Pro is a feature rich 3D figure customization, posing, and animation tool that enables anyone to create stunning digital illustrations and 3D animations. DAZ Studio Pro is the perfect tool to design unique digital art and 3D animations using virtual people, animals, props, vehicles, accessories, environments and more. Simply select your subject and/or setting, arrange accessories, setup lighting, and begin creating beautiful artwork.

Bryce 7 Pro (worth $249.95)

Bryce is an award winning, fun, feature-packed 3D modeling and animation package designed to allow new users to quickly create and render stunning 3D environments. Bryce combines exceptional power with an innovative interface for incredible ease of use. Add wildlife, people, props and more to your scenes via the DAZ Studio character plug-in in addition to terrain, water, sky, rocks, clouds, fog, vegetation, and architecture for which Bryce has long been the standard. Originally created by Eric Wenger, Kai Krause and Phil Clevenger.

Hexagon 2.5 (worth $149.95)

Hexagon delivers all the tools a graphic artist needs to create detailed 3D models ready for final render. Packed with features such as; DAZ Studio Bridge, sculpted primitives, freehand modeling brushes, micro-displacement modeling tools, comprehensive UV-mapping modules, advanced 3D paint, and instant ambient occlusion. Hexagon provides you with all the options of expensive competitor software, but at an affordable price.

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