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|Product Name:||FF's Innocence for Genesis 8 and 8.1 Female and the Universal Dress|
|Published Artist(s):||Daz Originals|
The Ultimate Dress for Genesis 8 and 8.1 Female figures is iconic - it harkens back to fairytale stories and fantasy yarns spun about a simpler, magical time when there were dragons to be fought and heroes could come from humble beginnings.
FF's Innocence for Genesis 8 and 8.1 Females and the Ultimate Dress is like having your own secret weapon. The set is composed of two parts, including 20 standard single-stance poses to use with or without the Ultimate Dress. These are poses that will help you tell your own fantasy stories, from running and dancing, or even sleeping. The second part of the set is composed of 25 Animated Timeline Pose variations of the standard poses, which will help you conquer the problems you might encounter using dForce with the dress.
The Animated Timeline Poses take the Genesis 8 or 8.1 figure along the timeline to get rid of any intersecting of the meshes so that you wind up with a flowing and not exploding dress. Also included are FF's dForce Helper Props that will help guide parts of the dress and its iconic drapey sleeves into position, so that you have a realistic-looking draped outfit.
Don't want to use the Ultimate Dress? No problem. You can use the Animated Timeline Poses with any dForce outfit, although you might need to tweak or move the included FF's dForce Helper props (or even add or remove them, depending on the outfit you use) along the timeline to facilitate the shape and drape of the outfit in question.
Caveat: because of the way dForce drapes from machine to machine, your simulated draping may or may not match the promo art, but should be relatively close so that you'll get beautiful results for your renders. And as always, FeralFey poses have been fact-checked for gravity, balance, and realism.
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