About & F.A.Q.

About Dream 9 Studios

Dream 9 Studios (a.k.a. D9S) was created on June 09, 2006 as the art and design business of Lizzie Prusaczyk. Dream 9 Studios is proud to present unique, high quality fine art prints and original content for fellow digital artists. D9S will eventually be selling graphic novels written and illustrated by Lizzie P. which will be published physically as books and distributed digitally as soon as they are completed.

Unique fine art prints of the highest quality can be purchased direct from Dream 9 Studios in the D9S Art Shop. I will soon be offering other products featuring my artworks including canvas prints, journal covers, and more direct from the D9S Art Shop. Design resources and 3D content for fellow digital artists can also be found there.

Dream 9 Studios artwork prints can also be found at Etsy. Content for fellow digital/3D artists created by D9S can be found at Daz3D, RuntimeDNA, and Renderosity.

About Lizzie Prusaczyk

About Lizzie Prusaczyk

I am a 31 year old digital artist from Southern Illinois, USA. I was trained in traditional art by my Dad from a very early age and I took some art classes during my school years. I learned everything I know about digital and 3D art on my own by just trying and doing. I have been creating digital and 3D art since 1999 but I am always learning new things and ever working to improve my techniques. My art is my life.

For my personal blog site, please visit I’m On Dream 9. It’s currently under re-construction but will be up and ready soon.


Here are some frequently asked questions and my current answers to them. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, feel free to ask me. More questions and answers will be listed here as needed. Click on a question on the interactive FAQ menu below to see the answer to that question.

Questions About Digital Art

  • I am mostly self-taught though I do read the odd tutorial when I am able and often browse digital art forums for new tips and tricks to improve my techniques. I’ve also learned the valuable lesson of asking for help when I need it. Thanks to Facebook and the 3D art community’s openness to friend everyone in our little community, I am able to ask a great number of very talented people for help when I need it most. If there had been a place to study in my area, such as a university that taught this subject, I would have studied. Unfortunately I live in a rural area so there wasn’t anywhere for me to go. I honestly had no choice but to be self-taught.

  • I’m sorry, but no. I’m not the best at explaining things long distance, or in person for that matter. You would be far better off asking someone else or searching for online tutorials. There are a lot of free and valuable tutorials out there these days.

  • The desktop PC that I use is one that I built myself with the best and most powerful components that I could afford. I usually buy one component at a time when they are on sale and slowly improve my PC over time as I am able to. I also have a Wacom Bamboo Capture tablet that I often use. I switch between the tablet and an optical mouse while working. I find the mouse and the stylus each better for different tasks but neither is better for every task.

Questions About Dream 9 Studios

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