Meet Giselle, a fae style character for Genesis 2 Female(s). Whimsical and mischievous, this little sprite is perfect for all your fantasy needs. Her eccentric personality, delicate frame and playful demeanor are sure to add an impish twist to any render.
Don't let her size fool you, this tiny beauty can hold her own against the toughest opponents. So go ahead, add her to your library today. Put her in your next fae, fantasy, or sci-fi scene and you will see just how well she stacks up to the competition.
Since Giselle is part of the Genesis 2 Base Female, you can combine her with any Genesis 2 Female(s) character or morph to get the look that is perfect for your render.
Some key advancements with Genesis 2 include:
Morphing (Read More)
The concept of morphing has been advanced further in the Genesis 2 product line. Genesis enabled a figure to be morphed little by little toward a child, a monster, a supermodel, a muscle-bound warrior or even an alien. Now with Genesis 2 more points of articulation, more polygons in the figures and a male and female specific base allows you to easily sculpt Victoria 6, and any Genesis 2 figure, into more detailed, more articulate and more gender specific forms.
Male and Female bases (Read More)
The male and female specific bases not only allow for more masculine and feminine figures, but allow clothing to be designed more specifically for one or the other, rather than having to fit both. This makes for much sexier, and real-world like attires that drape, hang and hug where they should without causing them to stretch.
Increased details (Read More)
With over 2,000 more polygons than even the Genesis base had, the detail levels on some of the most critical body parts, like faces, feet, hands, as well as knee and elbow joints, produce a much more realistic end product.
Articulation (Read More)
No matter how good a figure looks, it has to move right. It has to react well with its environment in a realistic way. With Genesis 2, changes in level of articulation are one of the most significant updates to the base. Specifically, this includes increases in the individual movement of ears, toes, breasts, body joints and torso, as well as reworked weight mapping to show the effects of theses movements and the gravity they happen in.
Facial expressions (Read More)
In order to produce more realistic facial movements and expressions, Genesis 2 includes a dynamic and movable jaw, as well as significantly increased facial polygons and a new eye reflection mesh.
Compatibility (Read More)
Due to consistency of key body parts and shapes, such as feet, users are able to utilize content and accessories intended not only for Genesis 2 females, but to also leverage their Genesis content through the DAZ Studio "auto fit" process. Additionally, due to the ability to go directly from a female base to another female base, the auto fit process for Victoria 4 content has also been improved (this processes requires the use of the Victoria 4 for Genesis 2 Female product).
Software support (Read More)
The two industry leading software products for leveraging the DAZ 3D models are DAZ Studio (which can be downloaded for free at http://www.daz3d.com/daz-studio-4-pro/) and POSER. Whichever of these you prefer, Genesis 2 will work just fine. Giselle 6, and any Genesis or Genesis 2 figure, will simply drop right into DAZ Studio seamlessly, or can be easily imported into POSER using the DAZ DSON import utility available at http://www.daz3d.com/dson-importer-for-poser.
For additional savings, check out the Giselle 6 Pro Bundle.
This Bundle Includes: