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Added 7 months ago

A first test of a simple prop for populating all those empty virtual bookshelves.

It's in Poser 6 Poser Prop format.There's a PMD version, plus a normal …

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Format: JPG (.jpg, .jpeg), Poser (.pp2)
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Categories: Furniture, Props, Textures, Other
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3DCheapskate (3 months ago)Inappropriate?
...and 41 dubious classics - texture map uploaded as Image 4 on this page (replacing old unnecessary image). Also uploaded to the associated DAZ and Smith Micro threads.
3DCheapskate (3 months ago)Inappropriate?
Another 41 dubious pulp fiction titles now available - texture map uploaded as the last image on this page. Also uploaded to the associated DAZ and Smith Micro threads.
Teri Perkins (5 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you so much!
3DCheapskate (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
I've added two more images 6 +7) to this page. 6 is an updated 2048x2048 JPG texture with 41 different books (instead of the 17 books dupli/triplicated). Simply click 'View original image', download it, and apply it to the existing prop.
StarLite Moon (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Fabulous, thank you
jd641 (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Fantastic! Thank you.
selias19 (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Awesome. And very useful. Thank you very much.
3DCheapskate (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
I've just posted a couple of extra MTs on the associated DAZ forum thread - for making the bookrow look more realistic if it's Z rotated 90degrees for use as a bookstack
@Karina - Peace and long life ! I'm so glad you liked my selection of books.
@illkirch - I'll keep an eye out for that.
Karina (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Holy Moly!

One of the most versatile and useful props I ever saw!
Well thought out, well executed, and great tongue-in-cheek textures on top of it too ;)

The included morphs almost make this "IDIC" (Google for that term) -\\//

Simply great - rated 10/10 with a cherry on top :D

This will become a standard prop for many of my scenes from now on.

Thank you for sharing this more …
illkirch (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks. Reminds me of something I did years ago (with old books). If I find it I will upload it also.
JustThisGuy (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks for sharing.
3DCheapskate (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks folks. Caravelle - what can I say? You have impeccable taste! :o)
Trekkiegrrrl (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Awesome! One can never have too many books, virtual or otherwise :D
Bee (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you!
caravelle (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Very, very useful - thank you so much!

You even thought of my favourite books: 'The Hanging Gardeners of Babirussa', 'A Graphic Novel Without Pictures' and 'The Atomic Aubergine'... ;-)
Rowan54 (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
This looks SO useful. Thank you!
3DCheapskate (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
You're welcome, and I hope you all find them useful.
Milos Gulan (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thank You very much!
3DCheapskate (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
I've added three images to this page to help anybody who wants to create their own book spines. Make sure that you click the 'View original image' link to get the 2048x2048 one I uploaded, as opposed to the reduced size default or 'Larger' images.
Perpetual Revision (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
This is very nifty -- thanks! And it shouldn't be too hard for users to swap out titles of their choosing on a copy of the texture map.

Since I'm working on a young-adult graphic novel, I have tons of settings with bookshelves, so I've made several variations on "bookshelf fillers" myself. But it's always great to have another one to add into the mix, with some more …
Wizzard (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Beauty, great work my friend. cheers
Kalypso (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you for sharing!
3DCheapskate (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
I hope you like the titles I selected !
(Sorry that there's actually only 17 different books, each being repeated twice or thrice. I'm quite pleased that it's not as obvious as I thought)
thelufias (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
Most excellent....thank you

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