After gaining my degree in Fine Art in 2005, for one reason or another, I didn't really do much by way of artwork for many years. Then, a couple of years ago I discovered a 3D software called Daz Studio that was being offered for free. I downloaded it and didn't really think anymore about it. A few months later I installed it and decided to have a play with the free content that came with it. While my first works weren't great they were enough to make me continue working with 3D software. These days I produce my images using a program called Vue, as I didn't like the terrain and vegetation options -or lack thereof- that were provided with the other software I used.
My workflow uses Vue for all rendering, while Daz Studio and Poser are used for setting up and exporting any characters or objects that may be in a scene. I also use a software called World Machine for creating more realistically eroded terrains. Photoshop and a Wacom tablet are used for post work, which will normally involve any tidying up, enhancing or additional work.