Basic Female?

RKane_1RKane_1 Posts: 1,150
edited September 2012 in The Commons

Basic Female?

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  • RKane_1RKane_1 Posts: 1,150
    edited September 2012

    Nope... made with the basic Genesis figure , a group of free morphs called DieTrying's 182 morphs, and some scale changes...

    The basic recipe...

    Basic Female - Die Trying and RKane_1's Recipe

    DieTrying's Morphs
    Backbone Undefine -.20
    Belly -.25
    Belly Thick -.25
    Chest Small X .50
    Chest Small Z .50
    Convex Front -.25
    Hip Line Up .50
    Hip Wide .1
    Hollow Back .50
    Neck Scale X .25
    Neck Scale Z .50
    Pelvis Define .50
    Ribcage Undefined -.25
    Shoulder Small .25
    Wasp Waist .50
    Breast Big .25
    Breast Flat -.75
    Breast Move Inside -.50
    Breast Natural .50
    Arms Petite .25
    Calf Full -.25
    Foot Petite .50
    Hands Petite .50
    Thigh Full .50
    Chubby -.10
    Pear .10
    Glute Scale X .75
    Glute Scale y .25
    Glute Scale Z .75

    Scale Changes
    -Neck-
    X Scale 95%
    Z Scale 95%

    -Left Collar-
    X Scale 90%

    -Right Collar-
    X Scale 90%

    -Abdomen2-
    X Scale 90%
    Z Scale 90%

    here are some comparisons...

    In the first pic, the Genesis basic female is on the right in front.

    In the second, Genesis Basic Female is in the foreground on the left.

    DTRK-Basic_Female004.jpg
    214 x 605 - 8K
    DTRK-Basic_Female003.jpg
    569 x 566 - 12K
    Post edited by RKane_1 on
  • RKane_1RKane_1 Posts: 1,150
    edited September 2012

    The most important part of this discovery is... You have a base to work from for a female figure and don't have to rely on the Genesis Basic Female figure to start off with.

    Many of the morphs that work on the Basic Genesis female work well on this figure too.

    And if you want to make a female figure, you don't have to subtract out the morph at the end as this is a morph generated with a free set of morphs and some scale changes since you aren't using the Genesis Basic Female Shape.

    Please discuss.

    :)

    Post edited by RKane_1 on
  • Ryuu@AMcCFRyuu@AMcCF Posts: 220
    edited December 1969

    It's always great to get morphs that let us tweek the models into more realistic figures (if we so choose....)

    So where does one get Die Trying's morphs???

  • Robert952Robert952 Posts: 108
    edited December 1969

    Agree, nice to have more options. And ditto the question. (I know, not really appropriate to just say ditto... but I'm posting this so I'll get an alert to reply.)

  • scorpioscorpio Posts: 3,784
    edited December 1969

    It's always great to get morphs that let us tweek the models into more realistic figures (if we so choose....)

    So where does one get Die Trying's morphs???


    Here -

    http://www.sharecg.com/v/58198/

  • GoneGone Posts: 629
    edited September 2012

    They are at Sharecg.

    The oringinal is by DieTrying and was made for V4. Many of the morphs are similar to what you would get with Morphs++.

    Sickleyield (with permission) converted them for use with Genesis.

    They make a good addition to everything else but - like all morphs - some work better than others.


    Edit: Beat me by that much. Well, at least your url works. :-)

    Post edited by Gone on
  • Ryuu@AMcCFRyuu@AMcCF Posts: 220
    edited December 1969

    Thanks guys! Those will really help :D

  • ZamuelNowZamuelNow Posts: 605
    edited December 1969

    They're quite useful. I tend to use them mainly for the options it gives for making various ethnicities.

  • SpyroRueSpyroRue Posts: 4,932
    edited December 1969

    I've been using this for a while now, and to be honest... I actually use the morphs for both genders. They really help you develop and refine the character. Very useful set indeed!

  • mjc1016mjc1016 Posts: 7,271
    edited December 1969

    Did anyone notice...unrestricted use.

    Here's the important parts from the ReadMe


    This conversion was made with DieTrying's permission using the Gen X program, which is for sale at DAZ. All credit belongs to the original creator.

    PERMISSIONS:

    As with the original's stated permissions on ShareCG, this is unrestricted, meaning you can use the morphs to create your own presets and character sets, and release them commercially or noncommercially.

  • RKane_1RKane_1 Posts: 1,150
    edited September 2012

    My sincerest apologies for neglecting to place a link to DieTrying's and Sickleyield's wonderful morph set in the second post. i have remedied that and added it.

    Again, it is .:

    DieTrying's 182 V4 Morphs for Genesis

    I heartily suggest downloading them and playing a bit.

    Post edited by RKane_1 on
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