The towel set, while interesting, probably won’t be useful to me. I can see possible uses for towel fabric shaders though that might make me buy this.
I was going to do a combination, but I’m increasingly inclined towards making them all shaders. There will be a few, like the trims for the beach towels, that contain transparency and are precisely placed so will probably only be useful with this set. But all the rest are universal. Because of the way they are mapped, I haven’t need to use texture maps at all.
There are tons of morphs for the prop towel. I’ll do some renders of them soon. A few of them have the towel thrown on the floor as well as hanging, folded or rolled.
I wanted to see whether the towels would make a tribal outfit when put together and textured with Totally Bazaar and I think they do. I’m including some batik shaders so the towels can be used as sarongs, and I may include a few African fabrics as well. I like the idea that this is more than a towel set.
Excuse the black spot on the render. It wouldn’t finish - stuck and 99 per cent - and I got sick of waiting for it.
They layer? Or did you have to use Sickleyeild’s new clipping suit to clear poke-through? (In either case it looks great!)
WOW… totally missed this since I’m now in the habit of going to the Commercial forum for new for sale items.. glad I’m bored and going through the Commons today or I wouldn’t have known this was in the works until after it hit the store…..
The only drawback is that it was the one clothing project I was tempted to try building, since nobody else seemed to be meeting the Genesis need for drying. And that’s not much of a drawback, ‘cause I don’t think I’ll ever have the time to learn to model.
Not quite. It’s a completely new towel set that is better than either of them because there is much more in it and more morphs as well.
It’s not based on either of those sets, but on what we thought a towel set should include.
Yes, a thousand apologies, I didn’t mean to imply it was ‘just updating’ those, but that it was in that vein. (The search sample picture for the Aiko towel set, for example, is a good reference of ‘neck towel’ for the people who were curious.)
I’m definitely looking forward to it.
And the rubber ducky. You just know that duck is going to end up looming over a Stonemason city, casting an ominous shadow…his booming quack leaving residents quaking in their boots.
There are optional JCMs and extra movement morphs for just that. I personally hate it when I buy a split-fronted item whose front won’t split. :D I’ll do a couple of demo renders on the rigging as soon as I’ve got preliminary textures from Marieah.
Actually, I think one of the big advantages of your products is the large amount of custom / movement morphs they tend to have. It’s such a big plus, yet unfortunately, a lot of today’s clothing comes with only ‘fit’ morphs.