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|Product Name:||Kibri Dress for Genesis 2 Female(s)|
Kibri Dress for Genesis 2 Female(s) is an anime inspired outfit, representing the spirit and fun of animals. The outfit consists of a one-piece bodice, a double layered short skirt, a short vest or jacket, boots, collar piece, wrist bands, geografted animal tails and animal ears. the animals represented are a bunny, a cat, a bear, and a fox.
The tails are geografted to the bodice, making them part of the outfit. The long tail used for the cat and fox is fully poseable and several pose presets are included. The tail itself morphs from the basic long tail of a cat to the thicker fox tail. There are also morphs to put a ball shape at the end of the tail, or a tuft shape (like a lion), as well as morphs to make the tail as thick or thin or tapered as you want.
The headband with animal ears can be morphed from the default bunny ears to either a cat, fox, or bear. The bunny ears are also poseable.
The tails and the ears have unique uvs depending on which animal is dialed in to prevent texture stretching. Convenient presets are supplied that will automatically apply the shape and UV of the animal you are using.
Five complete textures have been included, one for each of the animals and a plain white version with bump maps and displacement just ready for you to apply your own textures or diffuse colors. Each of the five textures can be used with any animal, and Full Outfit presets have been supplied to apply the entire outfit complete with texture and animal choice.
Additional, there are Look At My Hair versions of all 3 tails (cat, fox, bunny) for each of the five included texture sets. Some special steps are needed to use these presets and instructions have been included with the product. You must have installed either Look At My Hair or the LAMH Free Player to use these presets. Because of the use of smoothing modifiers and the special LAMH settings, this product does not include Poser content files and has only been tested in DAZ Studio.
Below is a list of the installation package types provided by this product. The name of each package contains a Package Qualifier (WIP), which is used as a key to indicate something about the contents of that package.
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