1940's style oxford heels for G8F

3D Figure Essentials Footwear posted on Oct 26, 2022 648 downloads

Softwares: DAZ Studio 4 With IRAY

Base Figures: Genesis 8 Female, Genesis 8.1 Female

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

Product Notes


Free for Genesis 8 Females - a pair of conforming 1940's style oxford heels. I modeled these in Hexagon. Commercial use okay with credit. Includes several materials and a foot pose. You'll need to pose your figure first and then apply the foot pose. Enjoy!


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Freestuff Comments


mozzipoz 4:46AM | Sat, 12 November 2022

Thank you for sharing!

Oblomov 6:28PM | Sat, 29 October 2022

Many thanks for this

T0mcat00 4:57AM | Sat, 29 October 2022

I can design like (insert swear word of choice), but I've got a library full of different materials done by many PAs, so I usually am able to find replacements when needed ;) That said, the textures you delivered with the shoes just need a bit of pimping to look a bit more realistic. As mentioned, just going for grey options than using full black/whites would make a big difference already Doesn't change that I really love about all the stuff you give away for free :)

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perlk 3:04PM | Fri, 28 October 2022

@T0mcat00 - noted! I was going for suede-like materials which were popular with this style. However, I am always open to people designing textures for my freebies, so if you end up making some for free, I'll definitely download them. Texturing is not my strong suit for sure :-)

T0mcat00 6:52AM | Fri, 28 October 2022

They look really nice, but the colour schemes are a bit too much on the dark side for my taste, as all the nice details are rendered (sic!) invisible due to the lack of contrast. From my experience, using full black or white to colour something for rendering as black or white doesn't results in something we expect to see. For me at last, using "nearly full" versions, like very dark greys or very light greys for black and white surfaces results in better optics. But that's only my personal taste probably :) see the example at https://www.renderosity.com/gallery/items/3084693/different-blacks for which I used some other black leather shader (the less shiny one) and even a plastic shader (for laque shine shoe style)

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Klutz Online Now! 6:12AM | Fri, 28 October 2022

Thanks a lot. :)

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pchef 6:02AM | Fri, 28 October 2022

Thank you for the gift

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GrandmaT 5:42PM | Wed, 26 October 2022

These look great. Thank You!

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