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Jeans and Tees Shaders

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Product Name: Jeans and Tees Shaders
Product ID: 17330
Published Artist(s): Daz Originals
Created By: JGreenlees
Release Date: 2014-02-18

Product Information

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82 Shaders to use on jeans and tee shirts. From the worn look, to acid washed, stone washed and new blue jeans you can create any look for those jeans. Soft knits, and lined knits will help perfect the look and give a greater versatility to your character's wardrobe.

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Installation Packages

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Jeans and Tees Shaders (Core)

  • You can find new icons for loading this product in the following DAZ Studio Folders:
    • “Shader Presets:Jeans and Tees:Jeans”
    • “Shader Presets:Jeans and Tees:Knit:Knit 1”
    • “Shader Presets:Jeans and Tees:Knit:Knit 2”
    • “Shader Presets:Jeans and Tees:Knit:Knit 3”
    • “Shader Presets:Jeans and Tees:Knit:Knit 4”
    • “Shader Presets:Jeans and Tees:Utility:Normal Strength”
    • “Shader Presets:Jeans and Tees:Utility:Tiling”
  • You can find new icons for this product in the following DAZ Studio Categories:
    • “Shaders:Fabric”
    • “Shaders:Utilities”

Additional Details

  • While these shaders are easy to use, I thought a bit of explanation was necessary.
    • The fabrics in these shaders will look different depending on several factors, from the lighting to the normal strength and tiling.
    • Lights - no matter if it is a colored light or white light your lighting will make the fabrics in these shaders appear to be brighter or weaker in color. If you don't like the color you are getting with the shader, you may need to either adjust the velvet color or adjust your lighting.
    • Tiling - The amount of tiling you use can affect the design of the fabric, most of these look good with a tiling of 3 but 5 and 6 look good too. 2 will look good for distance
    • Normal strength - You may want to adjust the normal strength on these. a lighter setting will produce a knit that looks more fuzzy or soft while a heavier one will give it more depth at distance.
    • Otherwise have fun!

Resolved Issues

  • None

Known Issues

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The contents of this package are in DAZ Studio Native formats