G8F Everyday Doorway Poses 3

3D Figure Essentials Poses and Expressions posted on Sep 06, 2021 1316 downloads

Softwares: DAZ Studio 4.9.4 (Needed for G8F/M)

Base Figures: Genesis 8 Female

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

Product Notes

Please find these everyday doorway poses, set 3. The poses are based around my freebie 'Rigged Wall and Door' Prop(https://www.renderosity.com/freestuff/items/87514/rigged-wall-and-door-prop-corrected). These are set around the door being opened to 0°, and G8F is positioned in the right place by the pose. The hip X & Z Translation is used to position the character by the door. There are three poses, a blooper pose where G8F tries to push a pull door and bumps into it, four mirror poses and a zero pose. All the un-mirrored poses are shown in the promo image.

Hope you find them useful.

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Freestuff Comments


richardandtracy Online Now! 3:28AM | Tue, 07 September 2021

The bottom left blooper pose is a pose where the character expects the door to be a 'Push to Open' door, while it's actually a 'Pull to Open' door. And she's just walked into it. Her nose is quite bent to one side. Poor lass. [snigger] . And, yes, I have done this very thing myself.


richardandtracy Online Now! 3:25AM | Tue, 07 September 2021

Of the poses in this doorway poses set 3, I'm least certain about the 'Kicking the Door' pose. I try to act out each pose first to get an idea of how it works before I pose the character. On that one, the character can be in an unstable position because it's a dynamic pose. However, I couldn't be while acting out the pose, otherwise I'd have needed to go through the actions of kicking in one of our fragile Original Victorian Panel doors. So, instead I had to act out a pose where I could stand on one leg for a couple of seconds (while being sniggered at by the family) and pretend to kick the door. I am concerned that the pose shown more of the acting out pose and less of the real kick pose than it should. I think it's roughly right, but you may feel it needs more dynamism.

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