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Ken1171

Renowned
Contributing Artist
Most of the render time is spent clearing the noise, and I have hopes this will improve with the recent Cycles updates on Blender. Just a matter of time and we should have these in Poser too.
 

Ken1171

Renowned
Contributing Artist
Remember the "narrow shoulders" morph I made for Dawn? I was wondering if there is enough interest in the community for me to release this to the store? Here's what it does in practical terms:
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Once applied to Dawn, just copy the morph to the clothing, and that's it. It changes the skeleton joints, so you might have to adjust your poses a bit. That's about it - pretty easy to use. The reason I have created this was to use in my more petite characters, giving them a smaller, more feminine shoulder shape. It also gives the shoulder area more slope. It's one of these things I have created to fit my personal scenes and preferences. As shown in the animation, it takes advantage of animatable origins, so you can use it in any amount in between.

I would like to hear from the community if they think this would be useful to them. If enough people are interested, I might release it to the store.
 

Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
CV-BEE
I'd be interested as well Ken, even though I don't use the smaller characters as often as the full sized characters in my Runtime.
 

Ken1171

Renowned
Contributing Artist
Thanks for the feedback, hope they will keep coming. ^^

@Miss B I meant petite character, not necessarily smaller characters. I was referring to the body constitution, not so much their size or height. Smaller shoulders gives them a more slender appearance. :)
 

Ken1171

Renowned
Contributing Artist
Good that you asked - I want people to understand what this is for, though different people may use it for different reasons. ^^
 

Ken1171

Renowned
Contributing Artist
Good news, "Fashion Vol.1 - Casual, Fantasy & Scifi" expansion for "Superhero for Dawn" has hit the store today! It ships with a BONUS VIDEO TUTORIAL showing how to customize the boots and gloves texture colors from the Material Room.


The "Superhero for Dawn" base product will be at 50% OFF for as long as Fashion Vol.1 is on sale! Enjoy! :balloon02:

 
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