Shades of Champagne - my Harry Horse map conversion project.
On my way to creating some "Champagne horse colors" I found one was more like a pale gold palomino, so that's a keeper! I learned that horses called "champagne" means that their color is "diluted"... ie: very soft, very light...
I now have TWELVE maps and I have not even got to my buckskins and appys...oh and the paints! eek! I'm over doing it, maybe? I also just heard from my beta tester that I have a problem with the edge of ALL the ears..so I have to go back and patch that...somehow the inner ear texture did not cover enough of the template, darn it! So I took a break to create some art ....
Oh and for those asking, these maps will NOT be set up for either DAZ Studio or Poser... I don't use DS (it does not work with the way my brain is wired) and also because my maps depend SO MUCH on CWRW's maps for the inner mouth areas and some other settings, I am not able to offer the set for Harry as "mats"... Sorry folks!
Anyone downloading/using these converted maps will HAVE to understand either the Poser material room or the DS way to apply textures. for POSER USERS I will have detailed instructions (it's really not that hard) in a readme with this giant set when I get it done to give out as a Freebie.
Jun 20, 2014 12:20:03 pmby kobaltkween Homepage »
Actually, you can make Poser material collections that just cover the materials you use. If you're depending on CRWR maps for specific material zones, just don't include them in your presets.