Reality 4 Render of Aiko 6

I tried out the new Reality 4 renderer for DAZ Studio. The Reality renderer is primarily for photo-realistic renders. But it does a good job with non-photo-realistic renders too. The Aiko 6 model is intended for anime / manga style renders. I tried the Reality 4 renderer with Aiko 6, just to see how it would turn out. I haven’t read up on all of the advanced settings, so I only used basic settings for these renders. You don’t have to mess with lots of lights in DAZ Studio when you use Reality. You set up one or two Reality-specific lights, and let Reality do the work. The results of my experimentation are below. I’d love to hear what you think of them.

Full-body portrait of the Aiko 6 character

Full-body portrait of Aiko 6. Image copyrighted ©2014 by Eposic. All Rights Reserved. Rendered using DAZ Studio 4.7 Pro and Reality 4. No postwork. Click on the image for a larger version.
 

Closeup portrait of Aiko 6

Closeup portrait of Aiko 6. Image copyrighted ©2014 by Eposic. All Rights Reserved. Rendered using DAZ Studio 4.7 Pro and Reality 4. No postwork. Click on the image for a larger version.
 

Author: Michael K. Eidson

I'm a software engineer, an author, a digital artist, and a music lover. I've written and published speculative fiction short stories, online tools for gaming and fiction, and Tunnels and Trolls supplements and adventures. I'm writing my debut fantasy novel, currently untitled. I listen to all sorts of music, primarily with female vocalists, while I'm working on all my projects.

3 thoughts on “Reality 4 Render of Aiko 6”

  1. I don’t know much about digital art, but I know an eye-catching image when I see one. The character is both attractive, yet gives you a look that’s not quite human. Very interesting.

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