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Format: .obj
Usage Rights: Non-commercial use only
Categories: Clothing, Fashion, Female, Futuristic
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darthj (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
Dynamic clothing can be put on any figure ... that is usable in Poser. And Genesis figures are not very usable : they need to be imported and even then it's not guaranteed they will be fully functional. I tried the closest figure that functions both in Poser and Daz3D, Victoria 4. Imported the dress in Poser Pro 2014 as 100% of standard figure to obtain a workable size, fiddled somewhat more …
ssgbryan (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks, I look forward to trying this out.

Wet3D, Dynamic clothing means we can put it on any figure.
EnglishBob (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
Let's see if I can post this, since my original comment was inappropriate, apparently:

https://www.sharecg.com/v/87265/view/1/3D-and-2D-Art/Star-Trek-Original-Series-Uniform-Dress-Test

The best way to avoid the badge deforming would be to make it as a separate prop. You might be able to use a different dynamic setting for that material, but the prop is easier, and gives folks the more …
JamesJAB (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
That is a very good point. In Daz Studio, 1 unit = 1cm, in Poser 1 unit = 8ft. If I am doing my math correctly, if you set the dress scale to 0.410105%... that should get you close enough. When I am ready to release the final version, it will come with .obj files for V4, G1F, G2F, and G3F. All will share the same uv-mapping.
Wet3D (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
just imported into Poser 11. the scale of the dress is HUGE.
hxxp://imgur.com/a/SvEtS

Poser/Daz models are considered tiny in the non-standardized 3D world.
hxxp://www.morphography.uk.vu/scaleobj.html

also wondering why Genesis 3? i don't think many bother with it in Poser considering the difficulty/limitations.



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