OK thanks, to be honest the pics you posted look as if theres some eye makeup, it may be the lights.
I think the shaders should work in DS4.5 as they use the Uber shader and the HSS. I’ve not upgraded and won’t be until the sort out some of the problems, to many for my liking.
The photographic model chosen for the base texture, has a very natural darkening around her eyes. She had amazing skin tones, and while creating the head texture, I chose to keep that as it was so very natural. There is no make up on the head. The Infuse package is where the make up selections are. Infuse will give you either 10 presets of the full make up styles : lips, eyes, cheeks, and on the darker make up selections, a deeper brow color. The Infuse 2D to 3D package is a multi layered .psd, consisting of folders that contain those same elements in every color I created, and the layer where you put the head texture in. Then you can open the folders, and choose whatever you like best, create your own head texture, and load it into the figure. The bundle contains both of the above packages, so you can have 10 already preset styles, and then make your own.
Thanks ever so for the reply and explanation. I really love the texture details of this set and it is something I will definitely be getting.
I appreciate the time both you and Vince have taken to answer my questions, thankyou.
Thanks for asking, never a problem. I dont want to outstay my welcome by hogging a daz forum with DNA product questions, and am mindful of that. Thank you all for your interest, and DAZ for allowing the discussion to continue. If you need anything else, be sure and let me know. Im going on vacation for 7 days and will be away from the computer (first time since 2006 yay!!!!!!!!!!), so I wont be around, but Vince can help you, or Traveler at DNA
These are fantastic renders! Thank you so much for sharing them with us. I have about 3 half finished M4 textures, I guess its time to take one to the end! thank you all for your interest and questions, its very much appreciated