Softwares: Poser 7+
Base Figures: La Femme Pro - Female Poser Figure
License: This is licensed for commercial or non-commercial use.
A sexy nun outfit for all your religious rendering pleasures. Designed for Poser dynamics.
The original OBJ files are included as well, so that it can be imported to DAZ and other programs.
Modeled in Maya for La Femme Pro (with big boobs). But it will work on V4 (or M4) and any other similarly built hussy (or dude) just fine.
Check out this outfit in action: https://youtu.be/Bsp4R6dNvZQ
truthordare 7:22AM | Thu, 06 May 2021
@Eronik, it ddn't work in DAZ. dForce must handle dynamics differently. Thanks for the pic, though.
Eronik 10:37AM | Wed, 05 May 2021
@truthordare - just "stretched" it on to M4, even tho most of his body was hanging outta the outfit: https://www.renderosity.com/rr/mod/gallery/?image_id=3004422 Not sure how dynamics work in Daz, but in Poser, so long as you come close to it, Poser will stretch the outfit on the character. It would only require a bit of scaling and rough placement.
truthordare 8:23AM | Wed, 05 May 2021
What a stellar outfit! I tried it on a G8F figure without success, but would love to see such a version. Really cool!
Eronik 10:10PM | Tue, 04 May 2021
@Anim8d - Got 5 of these outfits, but they are all for the ladies. Eventually there will be some dudes in the picture, so modeling stuff for L'Homme, will be in a few months.
Eronik 10:07PM | Tue, 04 May 2021
@Cajun - Do let us know how it goes, and next one could be a bit more Daz friendly as well.
Anim8dtoon 6:53PM | Tue, 04 May 2021
Eronik, thank you SO much for this contribution for La Femme! I hope you will consider making items for L'Homme as well. Please keep them coming!
CajunBeauty 6:13PM | Tue, 04 May 2021
@Eronik I think Daz can handle poser files up until Poser 11 and yes Daz should handle OBJ since That's the file I use to save out custom morphs and then import back in. I can try to install it just like any other Poser file and see if I can still use it. If not I'll have to use the import option.
Eronik 10:55PM | Mon, 03 May 2021
@Cajun The OBJ files are included in the Geometries folder. Assuming that Daz handles OBJs the same way as Poser, you'd simply import it, scale it to your character, toss some colors on the outfit and run the simulation.
CajunBeauty 7:52PM | Mon, 03 May 2021
How would we use this one one of the Genesis characters in Daz Studio?
TaishoBee 2:26PM | Mon, 03 May 2021
Wow, thank you, looks amazing, animation you do is insane awesome
Eronik 10:10AM | Mon, 03 May 2021
@brain1969 -- Technically, this outfit is an OBJ model made in Maya and is not limited to Poser alone. It works in any software that can read OBJ files. In this case it has been saved to the Poser library to make loading them a bit easier and to avoid having to color it.