Product: Teahouse Treasures
Product Code: ps_ac718
DAZ Original: Yes
Created by: Pauli
Required Products: none
Thank you for purchasing the Teahouse Treasures.
In “TeaHouseTreasures P4, TeaHouseTreasures PP” of your Props library you will find new icons for loading the product.
This is a set of oriental style Bonsai Containers to be used with DAZ' Bonsai Tree. There is also a Zen garden for your desk top coming with sand, fork and a rock provided in three scalings. If your care for your bonsais is done you can prepare your table with a set of tableware in oriental design. There is a plate, a teapot, a foodbowl and a teacup with its plate. In addition there are two pairs of chopsticks, all in a blue-gold design.
There are 17 Meshes, 15 Template-files (ending “_T.jpg”), 2 Bumpmap files and 15 Texture files. 12 PP2-files are provided to load items in various configurations for each POSER 4 and POSER PRO Pack.
Some of the items are made up of two pieces (Container and Bed), where the bed is parented to the body. This is also the case with the tea cup and its plate or the Zen-Garden (here sand and 3 rocks are parented to the wooden framework). To know more about the hierarchy, consult the hierarchy editor.
If you like a size of any item, differing from the default scale, have in mind that you first should rescale the parent, then the child in a corresponding scale. This allows for a different look, using the same mesh.
Some items seem to have “lost” some parts when you look at them in the preview. When rendering these “lost” parts of the mesh will show up. This effect is sometimes unavoidable due to the normal direction of single-sided mesh parts. In fact there are no “lost” parts at all.
Bump-map files for this product line are provided as “example_B.jpg” files for use with POSER PRO PACK.
POSER 4 users may need to convert these Bump-map files. To do so, you can load a primitive into POSER 4 and click on Bumpmaps. When selecting a “example_B.jpg” file, a POSER 4 compatible “example_B.bum” file will be created automatically.
In all cases, “P4” will refer to Poser 4 and “PP” will refer to Pro Pak.
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Thank you and enjoy your new products!
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