FREE: Secret Tricks For Instant Natural Sexy Poses In DAZ Studio

FREE: Secret Tricks For Instant Natural Sexy Poses In DAZ Studio


Got your female characters all fired up for Valentine, with hot outfits and gorgeous hair, but can’t get that natural sexy pose that just “clicks?”. There is a natural flow to sexy poses. I know, because I’ve used to work as a professional videocinematographer with nude models for over 13 years. And here’s the BIG secret, that will give you instant natural looking poses, that just feel super sexy, without being too much.


First of all, start by applying a ready to use pose. That is always a fast and easy way to get going. However, there’s a few very cool tweaks you can add, that will instant turn things in your favor.

1. Make sure to stretch those feet. It’s not sexy to have the feet bended in an awkward 90 degree angle. Any sharp bends is a big no no when it comes to female poses. Go with a natural line, bend the feet so they extend the legs and make them look smooth. See how the silver pumps are bended in the image above; they add extra length to the legs, and make them look like they have extra curves that flow naturally.

2. Use a tactic I call hide and reveal. If you examine the above image, you can see that she’s facing the camera, but slightly moving her head away; including the eye contact. This is a very delicate matter. Facing directly, and looking directly is very provocative. You want to blend that with a little hesitation, or female “tenderness”, rather than going full frontal. In the same fashion, I’ve turned her body slightly away from the camera, yet, she’s fully nude. Again, provocative (nude = reveal), and turned away (subtle = hide). Even more so, if you look at the legs, they are kept together around her thighs, but are then spread down from the knees and down. Once again, hide and reval to add a touch of reveal (legs spread at the bottom) and hide (legs together at thigh height). To top this off, I’ve then completed the hide and reveal circle, buy adding a subtle feet rotational tweak, that points the heels back together (another hide).


3. Use very delicate adjustments to fingers and facial expressions. Try to bend fingers and hands in small wave patterns (small reveal / hide’s), where you move the hand away, but then face the fingers towards the camera. You can see that in the above pose as well. Also, be careful not to add too much facial expressions, and show too much teeth. Teeth can be wonderful, but are kind of aggressive and direct. You want to balance that off by hiding some of it to get a more natural flow and emotion. Better a half smile than a huge smile. Keep eyes half-closed for that perfect bedroom look and feel.

4. Use contrast to your advatage. I don’t mean lighting here, but rather the environment itself. Nude skin works wonders against any grunge / metal environment, as shown in the above image.

And that’s it, have fun with your nude female DAZ Studio renders!

– Val Cameron

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Happily sharing how to create great 3D & 2D art in DAZ Studio, Lightwave and Photoshop, Val Cameron, CEO and founder of Dreamlight, has been coaching and mentoring hundreds of thousands of artists since 2005. Bestselling DAZ 3D vendor with over 230+ video tutorials, plug ins and light sets.

8 Responses to “FREE: Secret Tricks For Instant Natural Sexy Poses In DAZ Studio”

  1. david February 7, 2015 at 12:01 am #

    “suddle”!? seriously?

    • Val Cameron February 7, 2015 at 12:17 am #

      Hey David, thanks for the typo heads up!

  2. Steven Robinson February 7, 2015 at 12:16 am #


    • Val Cameron February 7, 2015 at 12:18 am #

      Thank you Steven, glad you like it!

  3. James February 7, 2015 at 12:24 am #

    Fantastic!!! The B&W is totally photorealistic. More please. I use Poser/DAZ quite a bit in my work. But never looks that good.

    • Val Cameron February 8, 2015 at 7:18 pm #

      Hey James, thanks a lot! B & W is all about contrast, the more contrast, the better… ūüėČ

  4. Janet February 15, 2015 at 8:51 am #

    Thank you for sharing.

  5. Val Cameron February 15, 2015 at 10:12 am #

    You’re welcome Janet!

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