Kali's Dance by goldie ()
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Just an excuse to try out this DS temple in Poser...also, love the Kali ensemble from RDNA. It truly is a masterpiece...I don't believe anything like this is created today, just a lot of schmata/jumpsuit type of stuff--boring. Also, someone asked why folks still use V4--because she still looks/works great and some of us are not willing to get sucked into somethings...
Also, for those of you who use SuperFly: older, non-SSS character textures work well in this render option--just have to add the SSS material room option to each body part. No plugins necessary and in fact doing the SSS in this manner retains the original make-up options far better than the usual plugin.
Thanks for dropping by and for any comments you'd like to leave...appreciate your support.
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That looks wonderful ! I think character wise yes, new ones have better movements but I don't thing one necessarily needs them. V4 to me still looks pretty good though I personally don't use them anymore. And I remember having these London textures for V4, they were among the best skin textures I have ever seen. But anyway to me it is purely a personal preference to use a certain character generation. It is not about getting suckered into something. I agree with you about the dresses that are being added to the market place every day. Too few really good clothing items. That is why I am looking forward to what zoro_d is creating. I am thinking of starting to create clothing for Miho myself. Not finding what I really want.
A lovely scene. V4 remains the only anatomically accurate female character for Poser with a compressive set of morphs. Using just these morphs Maddelirium has created a wide range of characters who are easy to imagine as real people. When I create little stories with these characters I find in comments that viewers can get emotionally involved with them. and thanks for the the tip about adding SSS to older texture sets. I have been using EZSkin which sometimes works well and sometimes not.