Primitive Tunic Styles for MFD

3D Figure Essentials Clothing posted on Nov 05, 2011 581 downloads

Softwares: Poser 7+, Daz Studio 4

Base Figures: Victoria 4, Genesis, Victoria 3, Aiko 3, Genesis 2 Female, Aiko 4, Girl 4, Genesis 3 Female, Genesis 8 Female

License: This is licensed for commercial or non-commercial use.

Product Notes

Eden Evergreen Presents: Free Primitive Tunic Styles for MFD.

In simpler times, simpler styles were worn. The "T" tunic was the standard daily wear for centuries, for both males and females. The colors of the dyes came from natural sources, and often resulted in colors we modern folk associate with autumn. Since 'tis autumn now, autumn-colored clothing styles seemed fitting. :)

7 differently-colored plain shorter "Tunic" styles for MFD,
Transparency maps, and
.pz2's to apply them (Poser format is used, since it works for both DAZ and Poser)

Should work for all MFD's including Stephanie 4's and Genesis, except Stephanie 3's. (Stephanie 4 and Genesis MFD's are in the "universal Morphing Fantasy Dress" for V4's other "sister" characters. If you already own it, re-download it for the updates. *grin*)

NOTE: This product may be used in commercial renders. Contents of .zip are - not - to be shared or redistributed.

Enjoy! :)

Enjoy. :)

Freestuff Comments


thelufias 9:45AM | Fri, 02 November 2018

Thank you very much

Kismet2012 6:36PM | Sun, 23 February 2014

Thank you.


EdenEvergreen 9:44PM | Tue, 08 November 2011

Welcome - sorry that a few had files too big to fit into Rendo's size limit. I post what I can in both places, and hope all enjoy. :)


launok 5:54AM | Tue, 08 November 2011

EdenE,thank you for posting your work also at Rendo since I am experiencing problems downloading huge files at ShareCG for some unknown reason. You are very generous sharing your work with the 3D community, it is much appreciated! :)) Laura


padinha 8:51PM | Mon, 07 November 2011

Nice! Thanks! ^^


EdenEvergreen 3:28PM | Sun, 06 November 2011

Welcome - hope you find them useful. :)


GrandmaT 9:15AM | Sun, 06 November 2011

Very nice. Thank you!