It most certainly does! Thanks for the link. I spent the last 20 minutes trying to find it and failing. Here’s a quick render of Satsuki using Lux. She’s quite a beauty.
Keep in mind that Satsuki uses the HSS in DAZ, which Reality does a poor job of converting to Lux material definition. At a minimum, turn off the top coat option it sets on all the surfaces.
Along the comment on the eyelashes, I also replaced the iris and pupil texture maps with ones from from another character, since the Satsuki eyes commit the cardinal sin of having baked-in reflections. That might be acceptable for 3Delight renders, but it makes them unusable in LuxRender.
The skin is also a V4 UV, so those complaining that she’s for Genesis, if you only want the skin, you can still use that easily enough. But that’d be kind of a waste in my opinion, as she’s great morph material for Genesis. I went to bed at 3AM last night after spending hours designing a new character+kitbash’d outfit around her. Time flies when you’re having fun. She really is quite compelling.
Thanks for the tips. I’m still fairly new to Reality 2, so I’m still getting to grips with how the new materials work. Took me a while to figure out why some of my characters had pitch black eyes. It was like staring into the abyss!
Thank you for the tip, yes I’ve got Ds4.5 indeed, but I don’t use it, using Poser 9; I think there should be a V4 body and head shape in the first place, as she is still the figure most people are using (except on this forum it seems). This is most likely possible with V4 and A4 morphs, so I’m not sure why Thorne and Sarsa did this
I’m curious as to why you installed Daz if you didn’t intend to use it, but I digress. As much as you probably don’t want to hear it, Genesis has significant compatibility with other characters via the autofit feature. Perhaps they didn’t include V4 as standard because Genesis takes full advantage of the ability to mix and match morphs, giving you greater control over your creativity. There is still an Aiko and V4 morph available for Genesis, should you decide you prefer it and since you’re using Poser 9, you can still import Genesis characters to Poser as well.
There’s no reason you can’t have your cake and eat it.