Operating System(s): Windows 10
Softwares: Daz Studio 4
Base Figures: Genesis 8 Female
License: This is licensed for commercial or non-commercial use.
This is my first distribution.
・Classical retro dress*1 (Dress only)
・Classical retro dress wrists*1 (make sure to fit the dress)
・Material*3 (Gray, Dark red, Black)
This dress have three materials, but it is not high quality.
This polygon mesh is not so good, because now I am studying how to make 3D mesh.
There is no morph.
Weight paint is not good.
Perhaps sometimes polygon mesh will penetrate to the surface.
I am studying 3D and I want to be able to make better things.
I want you to watch it gently. thank you everyone.
Please let me know if you notice any points, opinions or requests. I am very happy with that.
The texture attached this time is also my first time making.
Only for the first time, please forgive me.
DreamersWish 2:12PM | Sat, 05 December 2020
Don't know much of the technical problems, but I love the look of the dress. I hope by the time I use the dress, I will have learned a few things myself. For your first try at creating (distribution), you have created quite a dress. Congratulations and I hope to see more in the future! Thank you!
Kordouane 9:01AM | Sun, 19 May 2019
Thank you very much <img class="emojione" alt="👍" title=":thumbsup:" src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/emojione/assets/4.5/png/32/1f44d.png"/>
MarcelineClaudel 8:57AM | Sat, 18 May 2019
Hello. The question came, so I write down the flare skirt for the promotional image. ![FlareImage20190518-01.jpg](https://bw-1651cf0d2f737d7adeab84d339dbabd3-freestuff.s3.amazonaws.com/comments/comment_82838/file_bf8229696f7a3bb4700cfddef19fa23f.jpg)
MarcelineClaudel 5:17AM | Sat, 18 May 2019
Thank you for your comments! The skirt bones can be moved separately from the figure. If you want to flare the skirt, please move that bone.
trussell 9:06PM | Fri, 17 May 2019
Just Wow! Really good design. Thanks for creating and sharing this.
Eshal 4:38AM | Sat, 11 May 2019
Thank you very much for sharing. I look forward to trying this out and making some textures for it.
MarcelineClaudel 10:04AM | Fri, 10 May 2019
Thank you for your comments!! Now I'm studying how to work dForce to the cloth, and how to create optimized mesh for that. I hope that in the near future, something new can be shared with you. ![WeddingDress20190509-05-01.jpg](https://bw-1651cf0d2f737d7adeab84d339dbabd3-freestuff.s3.amazonaws.com/comments/comment_82544/file_a5e00132373a7031000fd987a3c9f87b.jpg)
Miscreate 6:39AM | Fri, 10 May 2019
Well, you certainly didn't choose an easy project for your first time, Marceline. :) You did a very fine job of modelling the dress, I must say. As you mention yourself, there are "pokethrough" issues in places, particularly with the collar and the ruff, which are not unusual for such a multilayered garment when combined with the DAZ fit-to utility. They are difficult to correct and would require some changes to the mesh designed to prevent collision between those elements. Morphs for the collar and ruff might help, unfortunately fit-to has a tendency to disable morphs. Others with more modelling experience than I might offer more constructive suggestions for you. Nevertheless, it is a fine effort, and thank you for sharing!
PhthaloBlue 5:37PM | Sun, 05 May 2019
Very lovely dress - thanks very much!<img class="emojione" alt="😃" title=":smiley:" src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/emojione/assets/4.5/png/32/1f603.png"/>