Castle Background Images

Need a castle in the background of your characters image, or for a scene in your game. Below you will find several variations of the front entrance to a castle. This is the i13 Drawbridge product from ironman13, also known as i13. They have a lot of great products available for sale at both Daz3d and Renderosity.

These images are free for you to use for your own character images, games, media, etc.

It comes with multiple towers, drawbridge, portcullis, doors and moat. The drawbridge, doors and portcullis have morphs that allow then to be opened and closed. Of note, the product comes with two versions; one for Daz3d studio, and one for Poser. I initially could not find the Daz version inside Studio, so loaded the Poser version. While it did load into the scene, the drawbridge, doors and portcullis did not work properly. If you get this product be sure to use the correct version with whichever software program you are using.

It also comes with its own presets with 5 cameras and a set of lights for daylight rendering. In the images provided I’ve also rendered with several varieties of lights that come for free with Daz Studio. You can find them in the Scene Builder -> Starter Essentials folder.

Here are a few samples with the Daz Starter Bundle Lights. As it took up to 2 hours to render per image for some of the light sets, I decided not to render every variety seen above.

These images are free for you to use for your own character images, games, media, etc.


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2 Replies to “Castle Background Images”

  1. Did you say 2 HOURS to render EACH?? That’s NUTS. I’m sure they’re intricately detailed or whatever, but seriously?

    Tell me, if put about the same load on something like Blender or 3D Max, would you expect it to take that long? (Assuming those still exist in the industry) I’m just curious. I would have expected that with today’s 8 and 16 CPU systems (or the mythical 32), those sorts of rendering times would be a thing of the past.

    Maybe somebody SHOULD rekindle the Amiga tri-core technology? Can you imagine what an Amiga with modern horsepower could do/ That would be NUTS as well. 😉

    1. Yeah, renders in iray tend to take a lot longer than 3delight. Of course it would have helped if I had a newer gpu (or 2 or 3) as those where done with a NVIDIA GeForce 760. On newer versions of Daz cannot even do iRay with this card due to updates.

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