Does anybody know if there is a way to determine the sizes of products? Renderosity provides them, and Daz used to. I’m looking to buy some AprilYSH hair products, but given a style I basically like would like small files, 30Mb or less. I’m not looking for monster 70-100mb files.
This is what I was looking at:
There was one more. I don’t have it now.
I suppose I could always buy the productsand then return the ones I really don’t want before downloading them, but that’s just doesn’t seem nice.
Yes, it helps quite a bit. That is exactly the info I was looking for. It’s not the download I worry about; the files are a proxy for the size and complexity in my final illustrations and hence the render times. Sometimes I’ll put the complexity into clothes, or the background and the hair I want to minimize etc.
I also was interested in APRIL YSH Devanar hair because it comes with a woolen beanie/outdoor hat, but ultimately decided against it because it does not have any V4 or M4 fits.
As a by the way, I also gotten to use Predatron’s lo Rez figures for background characters and I wish there was more lo Rez variety for them. I noticed that some people have posted additions on Share CG
Here’s one made with several items I bought in this sale.
Blondie9999’s From The Deep Aquatic Genesis with pose from FeralFey’s The Deep Ones and various dial-spun morphs.
3D Universe’s Mountain Troll for Genesis
StoneMason’s Worlds of Fantasy: Island Castle
Lantios’s Core Lighting 1
Here’s one with Damon’s head morph (Elite Jeremy textures) and the M401 outfit by Uzilite. Even without FBM support, this outfit is probably the coolest thing I’ve ever bought for M4. You can roll up the cuffs, rolle up the sleeves, unbutton the shirt completely or in degrees, put the hands in the pockets (as seen here). It’s pure awesome. :D
You know…I look at every PA that comes up, exploring their stuff, even if I’ve seen them before, and I looked through Uzilite’s list of store items (I desperately wish M401 and the Marquis were for Genesis, even with the slightly-off shaping), but somehow it didn’t impinge on me that the D207 is a CAR.