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|Product Name:||Backstab Alley|
|Published Artist(s):||Code 66|
Backstab Alley is a versatile environment for a huge variety of render styles. A narrow street between two storey buildings set in a medieval or fantasy town consisting of eight different buildings made up as separate props. Camera angles are a breeze to set up by hiding or removing individual props as desired.
Most doors and windows open and behind each one is a small room to add to the realism of your renders with little or no need for further editing.
Every building is unique and has it's own features, all to create a piece of the town that can be used over and over for different scenes and the included paved street is provided with three different textures for added variety and reusability.
But that's not all, folks! Backstab Alley also comes with several incredibly useful medieval or fantasy props. There's a kont, which is an old bag used way back in the time of Vikings, which can be carried or used as a stool. The lid opens on a leather hinge and the lock pin can be moved or placed in the lock on the front. A short bow is included, which has morphs for unstringing and winding up, but you can also pose it as you wish as it's fully rigged as a rope.
Talking of ropes, the set also comes with a grappling hook and a fully poseable rope.
Backstab Alley is where the rogues and cheats hang out, luring unsuspecting victims to part with their hard earned coin with the included game of Follow the Marble, consisting of separate cups and the marble itself, on its own small table.
There's even a walking stick, which can be left lying around against a wall, on the floor or of course used to aid the infirm or even become a makeshift weapon in the hands of an expert.
The promo's show all of this in a far better way than we can write, so I hope you enjoy checking those out.
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