|Product Name:||A Dungeon Entrance|
Hidden amidst deep sands and cliffs of solid rock there is a clearing marked by tall obelisk and columns. A quiet place of sacred thought here in times past people would gather at the altars of stone. Unbeknownst to most, there was another purpse here, a hidden entrance to a secret place far below.
Dungeon Entrance is a full 3D environment for both Poser and DAZ Studio set in the distant time. The torch lit walls, the rough cut stone, the steep stairs all leading into the depths where either unspeakable horrors or unimaginable treasure await. Where it leads is up to you.
The props set comes with a full scene preload, with the claustrophobic dungeon hallway attached beneath the exterior altar and pillars above. A sliding rock slab on the floor under the altar exposes the entrance below.
There is a separate Interior Hall preload that load at zero position with its own interior lightset that focuses on the torchlit interior without the unseen exterior. This interior set is sized slightly larger, and includes the wall torches and crumbling rock debris on the floor of the hallway. Please note that the double doors at the end of the long dungeon hall do not open.
All the prop based models can be moved and repositioned or hidden. The obelisk have built in morphs to change their shapes, and the iron wall torches bolted to the walls have separate transmapped flames that can be hidden or deleted.
The set includes the surrounding desert sand terrain as well as the 360 degree daytime skydome. The cliffs facade can be hidden or removed to quickly turn the scene into a vast horizon, middle of the desert ancient ritual site. There are also presets to add an alternate column setup and a distant set of columns as seen in the promos.
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