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|Product Name:||dForce Femme Fatale Hair for Genesis 3 and 8 Females|
Femme Fatale Hair is a thick wavy hair that will perfectly complement bold and confident characters to really get them noticed. It uses Daz's latest dForce Hair technology to give a highly realistic and versatile drapable hair style. This means that the hair is rendered strand for strand, giving this hair an unprecedented realism.
Using the hair is very simple-select your figure (it works with both Genesis 3 Female and Genesis 8 Female) and load it as usual. The hair comprises three elements- a skull cap, the hair itself and a morphable face shield which helps shape the hair and prevent it falling across the face. Select the hair and choose a pre-drape shape, which will determine the starting position of how the hair will fall. Then pose your figure and hit the simulate button – if you are familiar with dForce clothing then you will feel right at home. Draping the hair is fast too, taking from a few seconds to a couple of minutes depending on clothing, etc. so you can easily try out different settings to find the best style for your character.
Once the hair has been simulated there are lots of options, including 25 realistic hair colors all of which feature a blend of shades to give a highly realistic effect. All colors have the shine set appropriately, but there are 4 shine presets which you can use depending on your scene lighting and preference. I have also included convenient presets for changing the length and whether the strands blend together or not. Note this is done after the drape so you can easily test various length and style options without the need to re-run the simulation. I have also included the option to auto-generate stray hairs by clever application of the available parameters, which gives a most realistic effect.
Perfectly suited to contemporary, historic and fantasy scenes, Femme Fatale Hair will bring magic and realism to your renders.
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