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Rhinoceros 1 by AM

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Product Name: Rhinoceros 1 by AM
Product ID: 16295
Published Artist(s): Alessandro_AM
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2013-05-22

Product Information

  • Required Products: None

Charge Ahead with this package of not 1, but *3* Rhinoceros species.

Included are the Black and White Rhinoceros, as well as the now extinct Woolly Rhinoceros.

Perfect for all your wildlife scenes as well as your prehistoric needs.

This package comes with highly detailed textures as well as Look At My Hair presets in order to provide for the most realism possible.

Explore your Pachyderm Passion with “Rhinoceros 1”!

Note: Look at my Hair presets only usable in DAZ Studio.

Product Notes

  • You can find new icons for loading this product in the following Poser Libraries:
    • Figures: “AM:Rhinoceros1”
    • Materials: “AM:Rhinoceros1”
    • Pose: “AM:Rhinoceros1”
      • “matPoses”
  • You can find new icons for this product in the following DAZ Studio Categories:
    • “Figures:Animals:Land”
    • “Materials:Eyes”
    • “Materials:Skin”
    • “Poses:By Function:Combat”
    • “Poses:By Function:Laying”
    • “Poses:By Function:Running”
    • “Poses:By Function:Standing”
    • “Poses:By Region:Full Body”
  • Look At My Hair Notes:
    • To get the LAMH Preset Hairs to show up you will need one of the following Plug-Ins for DAZ Studio 4.5:
    • To show the LAMH Tab/Pane go to “Window:Panes(Tabs)” and click on the “Look at My Hair” now you can drag your LAMH tab into your DAZ Studio interface setup.
  • Using the LAMH Player to Load the Presets:
    • Load the Preload LAMH file(s) into the scene and Select the “LAMH Group”
    • Click on the LAMH Tab and click on the “Attach LAMH Preset” button at the bottom.
    • Browse to the “Libraries:Character:AM:Rhinoceros1” folder and select the needed .LMH file
  • Please Note:
    • The .LMH file(s) can be moved to your preferred location as long as all of the LAMH Maps are moved with them!
    • When using the Look At My Hair system your render times may increase and for the first couple of minutes your render might look like it has stalled. This is not the case just let it run and the render will complete!
    • Rhino hair presets are intended to be used with both White and Black Rhino, providing fur on tail, ears and eyebrows.
    • Woolly Rhino fur comes in two options, one with smooth fur and one with clumps and flocks.
    • When applying the Rhino Morphs with the LAMH preset you will need to slightly shift the Rhino in the Scene to get the Fur to recalculate and follow the applied morph. You can then shift the Rhino back to it's original position.
    • Owners of Look at my Hair 1.0 can obviously edit and style the fur even further.
  • Tips for Rendering in Vue:
    • Load the Woolly Rhino preset in LAMH, then click on the “Setup Current Hair Group” button
    • Adjust the root thickness to 500 and the tip thickness to 50. Click “Update materials and exit,” and when prompted, click “yes.”
    • Export for .OBJ as normal by clicking the export hair button. In the export dialogue, click the “geometry type” drop down and choose obj files. Then uncheck the “load in studio” checkbox. Drag the hair complexity slide bar all the way up, and under “hair quantity” type 300,000. Leave the geometry set name and shave group name as is. Do not change them. Click the export button.
    • In Vue, go to File>import object… and navigate to the LAMH Geometry Folder (typically this will be in Libraries>Documents>DAZ3D>Studio>lookatmyhairAM>geometry) and import the obj model for your figure, then repeat this process and import the obj figure for the LAMH object. When you import the LAMH object, it will appear untextured. To apply the texture map, right click on the texture thumbnail in the upper right hand corner of the Vue viewport, and click “Edit material.” Switch to the advanced materials editor and click on the “Color & Alpha” tab. Click on “Mapped Picture” and navigate to the Geometry folder as described above. Select the map for the model you want, then click OK.
    • You may find that the hair renders darker than you would like in Vue. If this is the case, you can try a couple of things:
      • In the Color & Alpha tab of the material editor, you can check the Color blend and Color Mask buttons, then change the color in the Blend with color box to a light shade.
      • You can also try applying a bright quadratic spot light to the object with the LAMH object, and in the spotlight properties box (right click and “Edit Object”) switch off the influence on everything except the LAMH object.
    • You may also want to click shadows to off, and turn the softness up (to around 6 - 8).
  • This product includes:
    • 1 Poser Core Installer

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