Softwares: Daz Studio 4
Base Figures: Genesis 2 Female
License: This is licensed for commercial or non-commercial use.
A Backpack for Genesis 2
It has several morphs to open the pockets and one to drop it on the floor.
Three morphs are to adjust the straps to differnt Poses, there is also one Mat File to completely hide the straps.
The Backpack comes in 6 colours as normal and as smart prop.
This one is dedicated to Sickle Yeld. Her Tutorial on Smart Props (wich is great) inspired me to create that one.
The New V3 File has corrected material zones, so the zippers dont disapear when you hide the straps.
Trakem 1:45PM | Fri, 25 December 2015
This is great. Those details you put in like the morphs that allow it to crumple and open really add a lot. Thanks!
Beat578 7:15AM | Fri, 27 November 2015
Hm, I don't have any access to a mac System . So i can only guess. In Windows under DAZ Studio, you have the differen Folders, People for the Prop itself, Data for the Morphs and Obj and Runtime\Textures for the different Texture Maps. The problem would be, if the System is searching for those Path in different locations than the ones indicated in the "DUF" File. So again, sorry I can not support you on this issue, as I dont own a mac or know the system. Mabe there are tutorials to convert Studio Props from Win to mac?
fiilmmaker 1:26AM | Fri, 27 November 2015
I was able to install it but when i click on the i con it say file missing and a gray block shows in its place Is there anyway i can fix it? it should work the same way on on pc.
Beat578 4:44AM | Thu, 05 November 2015
I dont know MAC at all. Sorry, but I can't help you out there. If there's a way to unzip the files on a mac, you can install them by hand. I dont know the folder structure of DAZ Studio for mac. mabe they can help you in DAZ Forums.
Rorsdors 7:14AM | Thu, 15 October 2015
Excellent work, really very impressive and well thought out and FREE!! WOW! Thanks
Barboo 7:24AM | Fri, 02 October 2015
Looks like what I've been wanting. Love that it can be opened and dropped to the floor, too! Thank you.
Beat578 5:28AM | Fri, 02 October 2015
Hi Seliah. Thanks very much for the kind words. Your very welcome, glad you like it. I plan to make something similar as a "normal" Girl's Bag, but it could take a bit until its finished.
Seliah 4:57AM | Fri, 02 October 2015
I know I left a general/over-all comment on the other item, but this backpack warranted a comment specifically for itself. This is a very well thought out item, perfectly implemented - and the ability to open the backpack is just pure gold! There are a lot of prop and figure/conforming backpacks out there, but this is the first one I've come across that allows the artist to actually open it up for the kiddies to put stuff in/take stuff out of their backpacks. Thank you so much for this!