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|dForce Roman Toga for Genesis 9 and 8
Dress an entire Senate and a gallery of statues with this set of authentic Roman Togas!
A faithful recreation of a Roman toga draped in verity of ways and set up for easy use. There are three draping variants for each figure - a basic drape, an umbo variation (it's a fold that served as a shallow pocked when necessary) and a version of a toga pulled over the wearers head which could be done for weather protection.
While the poor Romans had to keep the draped garment up with their left hand this set is conveniently pinned so you don't have to worry about it sliding off!
Roman togas where male only garment but this product includes female set up to make sure your creative freedom is not limited. Materials include realistic presets as well as a more fantasy one. Two types of mats are set up to take any color change you want - just change the “Base Color” and “Gloss Color” and where applicable “Translucency Color” to anything you like the materials are set up to easily allow it.
The set includes palm leaf embroidery shaders that you can apply on trims - usually thous where added to triumph togas. The stripes on roman tunics indicated status - one thick for a senator, two thing one for equestrians and non for simple citizens. The color was typically red but very reach folks could afford purple. Both versions are set up for quick use. Only the Emperor where all purple and a purple preset is included for the occasion.
Create believable and historically correct Roman renders easily and quickly with this set!
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