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|Product Name:||Queens of the Savannah - HD Faces and Morphs|
This set is a collection of 104 carefully shaped head morphs for Monique 6.
Includes Partial Face Morphs, HD Tribal Scars, HD Details for some Mouth Morphs and also 20 Character Preset Dials created from the included morphs only.
With these morphs, Monique 6 can be more exotic and specific. This set is particularly based on the unique faces of Africa.
All morphs are optimized for Monique 6. This means you may use many of them with the base Genesis 2 Female (mainly nose, ears, face and some of the eye morphs), but most of the mouth morphs were made for Monique's special mouth shape. Mouth HD morphs are strongly shaped and designed for the related mouth morphs - dial them carefully and always make a test render.
The included Face Preset Dials give more options. They combine many morphs from certain face parts to make the faces more unique.
Most of the HD Detail Morphs look good on subdivison value 1, but for the best result use value 2 or 3.
You can find the morphs on the Shaping Tab. If the morph name is not expressive enough, there is a small picture to see how it looks. You also find small pictures for the Face Preset Dials.
All morphs are in “Real World/Queens of Savannah” in their respective face part group.
The Face Preset Dials are in the “Head/People/Real World/Queens of Savannah” group. Here you will find a dial reminds you to set Monique 6 Head. Use this dial for the Face Preset Dials.
You can filter the morphs by clicking on the “Select All” in Shaping Tab and Typing “QoS” into the filter box to see only the Queens of the Savannah morphs.
Please Note! This is NOT a merchant resource!
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