|Product Name:||dYnamo 2 Poses for Genesis 3 and 2 Female(s)|
|Published Artist(s):||Aeon Soul|
Dynamo 2 goes Genesis 3! Our most popular poses series is leaping to the current gen and all the previous Genesis 2 version buyers get it for free!
This update is a complete rework of the Genesis 2 poses for Genesis 3, no shortcuts, they take advantage of all Genesis 3 features and then some!
This package now includes Poses for the Genesis 2 and Genesis 3 versions of dYnamo 2 poses.
dYnamo 2 is the second installment in the dYnamo poses series.
It's a wonderful package of dynamic, stylish, cool poses for the Genesis 3 and the Genesis 2 Females. It includes 25 beautifully crafted poses and 100 partial poses.
dYnamo poses were based on 360° real references that means they look great from any angle and position.
They are extremely and creatively dynamic, they are well-balanced, artistic and inspiring. If you like your characters to express their inner selves with cool moves, these are the perfect match.
dYnamo 2 do not affect Genesis expressions, eye movements and jaw movements.
Partial poses: make a world of difference!
If you ever used a pose package that includes partial poses, you know there is no turning back. The versatility and creativity partial poses offer is something we can't do without and it really helps spark the imagination.
Not to mention that from 25 basic poses, you'll actually get hundreds thousands of possible combinations.
dYnamo partial poses include:
Top (from the Abdomen up)
Bottom (Hip and down)
Arms (from Collars to Fingers)
Legs (Thighs to Toes)
dYnamo 2 is compatible with both Genesis 3 and Genesis 2 Female, but the Genesis 2 version also works well with Genesis.
dYnamo 2 works great in combination with dYnamo
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