Meet Liza Enlow, a digital artist who has chosen to create beautiful characters for Daz Studio. A “best seller” on the website dedicated to the sale of 3D objects Renderosity.
Liza tells us about her technique and especially her inspiration to create her characters full of feminity (most are girls).
I am a mother of 3 kids (19, 17, and 16 years old!). (Who you can see if you have me on Facebook.) I have two budgies and a Siamese cat! I live north of Toronto, Ontario. I am 38 years old.
I didn’t get my first cell phone until I was 31 years old. I bought my first car at 35. I eat sunflower seeds like the world is going to run out of them tomorrow and sweet iced tea is my favorite drink. I prefer to be barefoot and I love frogs.
I was born In Louisiana, raised in Mississippi. Still Daddy’s baby girl. Okay that is enough randomness I think, don’t you? 🙂 Being a mom is what I do best and love more than anything.
I also love seeing other artwork, going to the movies with my kids, gaming, & reading… and chatting with friends. The art stuff~I’ve been selling here for over 10 years. I’ve been a top seller for almost all of those years. : )
I love doing 3D artwork… I started it mostly because of friends Adiene, Eve, Roz, & Vex.
Their work blew my mind years ago, and I just had to learn how to do it… My favorite vendors these days are Fred Winkler, Silver, Seven, Outoftouch, Lilflame, Fabiana, Godin & Sveva.
I decided to try my hand at making my own character packages for V4 and A4. This has been an awesome experience and it is amazing to see people making gorgeous pictures with girls I’ve created! (Please, please, if you create something with a girl of mine, note me and link the image, I do my best to find them all in the gallery and comment and favorite, but I do sometimes miss some.)
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What is the source of inspiration for your work?
I am inspired by everything around me. Flowers, movies, people. There is beauty in everything and translating that beauty into character creation is what I enjoy most.
What kind of technology, technical or software do you use?
I use Daz|Studio, Photoshop, and Zbrush for most of my character work. I also have to have a pretty powerful PC to be able to run the software I need optimally. My pc specs are i9 7900x, 32 GB of ram, 4tb NvMe, I currently run two video cards, a GTX 1080 TI and an RTX 2070.
Why can your work be a source of inspiration for others?
My work can be an inspiration to others for two reasons… One I am a self-employed single mother, and my sole income is from doing 3D Character Design and Creation.
I am self-taught. In other words, pretty much anyone with enough ambition and drive can make it on their own doing something they love. Secondly, our characters (I work mostly with another artist named Seven) range from fantasy to realistic, so they can be a base for any image you create, inspiring beautiful imagery and ideas.
Why did you start creating content for Daz?
I was creating 2D artwork and buying characters for that artwork, one day there wasn’t a character. I wanted so I made my own, several people asked me why I am not selling the characters.
I put one up for sale and she sold so many times her first month, that I was hooked!
During my searches of artists who work for Daz, I have observed that there are many women. Do you know other women artists?
I do know most women artists. However, there are several male creators, too.
How do you choose the names for your characters?
The way I choose names used to have a lot more meaning, I named them after friends or after my friends children.
My first character was named Jadyn after my middle daughter and my username Sabby is after my oldest daughter.
Do you think that content creation for Daz is a more feminine universe?
Yes, it is more populated by women.
If you like or want to buy beautiful Sabby’s girls. Visit her store on the Renderosity website …