Nicely done. You don’t say what version of Poser you have, but Simon came with a pair of regular brief type swim trunks. If Poser 7, you’ll find them in Props/ Poser 7/ P7 Male Clothes/ Poser 7 Casual. Even though they are in the props library, they are conforming swim trunks, though I don’t use DS so I can’t tell you whether or not DS will recognize them as such or not.
I went plowing through the Poser Debut Content folder and found the swim trunks under Props, along with a really startling amount of conforming clothing. However, because Poser used PMDs with wild abandon, they can only be properly conformed either in Poser or in DS3 with InjectPMD—and only DS3 will give you a file that you can then use in DS4, because the PMDs remain separate in Poser. (On the odd shot that its helpful to someone else: What I’ve done with some figures is to inject the PMD in DS3, save the file, open the.DAZ file in DS4, then export the fully morphed/conformed character to .CR2 in DS4.) Simon’s swim trunks themselves are weirdly high in front and weirdly low in back, but they’re still better than what he had before.
I tinkered with the image a bit and rerendered. I’m beginning to think that I’ll keep both Antonia and Rikishi for the final image, but not Simon G2 Nash or Aravind for Apollo Maximus. And Antonia Standard is tricky in some interesting ways; she has the worst bending shoulders I’ve seen. Which, considering how badly Rikishi’s shoulders bend, is saying something, especially since he’s a much older figure.
Anyway, version 2 of the image, with Simon properly re-trunked and Aravind added in just for the heck of it. Behemoth’s position tweaked a bit, and the floor of 1002 Nights retextured with a carved ebony shader from Fabricator/Totally Bazaar, of all things, to provide higher contrast with Behemoth.
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