|FPE Fantasy Scarification Face Tattoos Geoshell for Genesis 9
FPE Fantasy Scarification Face Tattoos Geoshell for Genesis 9 consists of rune-styled tattoos applied via 3 geoshells, each providing a different effect: ink, glow, and scars.
By setting things up to apply via geoshells, we not only ensure the final look of the application is maintained regardless of whether your character uses Iray Uber or PBRShader skin, but we also create a non-destructive way of applying said tattoos. The versatility of geoshells allows you to quickly and efficiently build, change, tweak, and/or delete the tattoos without affecting or altering your character's underlying skin.
Each geoshell comes with several material presets (13 in total), as well as 15 partial material and property presets (utility presets) to help you refine the look. Of course, since these are applied via geoshells, we've also included instructions provided via a script directing you on what channels to change if you wish to venture out and manually tweak the look.
The tattoos themselves are applied via the Layered Image Editor (LIE) pesets on any of the 3 geoshells. Each LIE applies a mask on the cutout opacity channel, which makes for a fast application. There are 19 different masks with 10 mirror applications, bringing the total to 29 tattoos. We've also assembled 5 pre-combined designs for ease of use and application. This brings the pack to a total of 35 LIE presets.
Combine and stack the geoshells of the FPE Fantasy Scarification Face Tattoos to give your Genesis 9 characters a unique look. We also hope this pack will work as a storytelling tool in your arsenal. Perhaps your character is a sorcerer using these magic runes to channel his or her power? Or maybe they fell into the hands of an enemy and were branded? Or perhaps they come from a future wherein implants are what's in fashion? Whatever scenario you envisioned, we hope this pack will help you tell your story!
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