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Crowd Generation For LM Lowpi Lowpoly Figure

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Product Name: Crowd Generation For LM Lowpi Lowpoly Figure
Product ID: 94082
Published Artist(s): Code 66, FeralFey
Created By: N/A
Release Date: 2024-05-11

Product Information

Whenever you need to populate a scene with some background people, you quickly end up with either overloading your scene, have a bunch of people (instances) that all look exactly the same, or you spend hour after hour placing low polygon figures in your scene. Those days are now over. Introducing Crowd Generation For LM Lowpi Lowpoly Figure, a revolutionary system for creating background crowds for you scenes using the LM Lowpi Lowpoly Figure.

The LP Crowd Generator script comes with three pre-made set that let you just jump in and start generating crowds, Standing, Moving and Sitting.

It also comes with a 31 page pdf manual/tutorial to help you kick start your crowd generation and a set of helper props that you use to define where the crowd should be and how the crowd should look. You control direction, motion (standing, walking or running), and where they should or not should be placed.

With the Seat markers to tell which seats that can have a figure on them. This is a complex system that has been made very easy to use.

You decide how large percentage of the figures will be instances, and the non-instanced figures will all have randomized materials (eye color, skin color and lip color), randomized shapes (male, female, child or unisex), randomized shapes and randomized poses with PoseJitter, which makes even the same pose look different on two figures. Add to that randomized clothes, hair, attachments (purse, handbag) and props (phones, cups, handheld luggage and umbrella), everything with randomly picked materials, and you will have a great variation of people.

You can control exactly which poses, clothes and props to select from, either by tags or by changing the presence of each and every item. Multiple sets can be used in the same crowd generation.

Add Crowd Generation For LM Lowpi Lowpoly Figure to your Daz Studio toolset and enjoy building rich scenes with populated streets, theatres, stands and more.

treets, theatres, stands and more.

Product Notes

Installation Packages

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  • 1 Core 1)

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Crowd Generation For LM Lowpi Lowpoly Figure (Core)

DAZ Studio Folders

  • You can find new icons for loading this product in the following DAZ Studio Folders:
    • ./People/LM Low Poly Person/Props
    • ./People/LM Low Poly Person/Scripts
    • ./People/LM Low Poly Person/Scripts/Resources

DAZ Studio Categories

  • You can find new icons for this product in the following DAZ Studio Categories:
    • Props » Furnishings » Furniture
    • Props » Other
    • Utilities » Scripts

Additional Details

  • Usage Notes:
    • This needs to be installed into the same directory as the Lowpi figure for it to work correctly.
  • Scripts included in this product include source or derivative code from one or more of the Scripting Samples provided here:

Resolved Issues

  • Update
    • Fixed a bug in the WearKit Load error handler that was too strict and ignored allowed non loads
    • Fixed a bug where a lowerbody speedpose could not find the upper body speed pose
    • Fixed a bug where speedpose list parser failed to filter possible speedposes by tags
    • LP Direction Marker now have a property for setting Direction Mode
    • LP Attention Marker now have a property for setting Attention Mode
    • Now remembers the selected Skin set when opening a saved set (saved with this version).
    • Now remembers Compatibilities settings when opening a saved set (saved with this version).
    • Fixed an issue with WearKit wearable filtering and inactivated Compatibilities.
    • Now remembers the Count and Instance percent settings when opening a saved set (saved with this version).
    • Fixed an issue with compatibilities, when opening a saved set, sometimes lost the unchecked ones.
    • Fixed an issue with sitting and extreme height morphs (low or high).
    • Fixed a tagging issue in some PoseKits with Handheld Props tag being omitted.
    • Settings Open/Save now remembers last path
    • Added a checkbox, and engine handling, to disable the fake-ik
    • Added support in popengine for PoseKits with fakeik off
    • Updated Manual with new fake-ik on/off explaination

1.1.08 Update - Fixed an issue with AttentionMarker and Quadrant 2 - Fixed and issue with Attention Markers pulling too hard for movement - Changed Attraction to start at zero and not > zero on AttentionMarkers - Changed logics for SpeedPose fallback pose picker - Fixed an issue where morph on/off checkbox was not obeyed.

  • 2024-05-15 Fixed better handling when a LowPi Kit contains PoseKits or WearKits with items with a wrong compatibility checked, which caused undressed LowPis to appear. Updated progress feedback information.

Known Issues

  • None


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