Old Chap Emergency

Ive just bought Old Chap for genesis 8 and he seems very grumpy as hes stood next to a very lovely lady and feeling very self conscious as he cant find his penis!!!

Can anyone advise me how I can help him find it please ?

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  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 28,905

    Have you bought at least one of the genesis 8 male characters pro pack. Anatomical elements are only included in the adult male character pro packs, such as

    • Michael 8
    • Lucas 8
    • Darius 8
    • Owen 8
    • Edward 8
    • Ollie 8
    • Floyd 8
    • Vladimir 8
  • Chohole said:

    Have you bought at least one of the genesis 8 male characters pro pack. Anatomical elements are only included in the adult male character pro packs, such as

    • Michael 8
    • Lucas 8
    • Darius 8
    • Owen 8
    • Edward 8
    • Ollie 8
    • Floyd 8
    • Vladimir 8

    Hi no I have not. I have bought a product descibed as a male!

    It says there are genitilia maps, I dont see why I should have to spend over a hundred dollars for my character to be gender correct, is there no other way around this as I feel I am being held to ransom?

  • The anatomical elements have been an add-on since Michael 3 - for 3 and for 4 they were in the morph packs, for Genesis and later they are in the Pro bundles for at least some of the adult male figures.

  • The anatomical elements have been an add-on since Michael 3 - for 3 and for 4 they were in the morph packs, for Genesis and later they are in the Pro bundles for at least some of the adult male figures.

    Thank you Richard, still dont make it right though, the product should be described as a gender natural character as it’s mis representation of goods for sale to describe it as a male.

    Time to look elsewhere.

     

  • Ive just bought Old Chap for genesis 8 and he seems very grumpy as hes stood next to a very lovely lady and feeling very self conscious as he cant find his penis!!!

    Can anyone advise me how I can help him find it please ?

    You can also go to rendererotica and purchase a geograph that work better than the ones in the pro bundles for said old chap.

  • Ive just bought Old Chap for genesis 8 and he seems very grumpy as hes stood next to a very lovely lady and feeling very self conscious as he cant find his penis!!!

    Can anyone advise me how I can help him find it please ?

    You can also go to rendererotica and purchase a geograph that work better than the ones in the pro bundles for said old chap.

    Haha yes I have heard about this, who would think eh a digital equivalent for viagra.

     

  • Ive just bought Old Chap for genesis 8 and he seems very grumpy as hes stood next to a very lovely lady and feeling very self conscious as he cant find his penis!!!

    Can anyone advise me how I can help him find it please ?

    You can also go to rendererotica and purchase a geograph that work better than the ones in the pro bundles for said old chap.

    Haha yes I have heard about this, who would think eh a digital equivalent for viagra.

     

    It's cheaper than buying a pro bundle and little blue pills

  • LeanaLeana Posts: 3,327

    The anatomical elements have been an add-on since Michael 3 - for 3 and for 4 they were in the morph packs, for Genesis and later they are in the Pro bundles for at least some of the adult male figures.

    Thank you Richard, still dont make it right though, the product should be described as a gender natural character as it’s mis representation of goods for sale to describe it as a male.

    Time to look elsewhere.

    The product comes with textures for the genitalia, so he is indeed a male character even using your "male = having a penis" definition . The fact that there's a required product you need to own if you want to use those doesn't change that.

  • Leana said:

    The anatomical elements have been an add-on since Michael 3 - for 3 and for 4 they were in the morph packs, for Genesis and later they are in the Pro bundles for at least some of the adult male figures.

    Thank you Richard, still dont make it right though, the product should be described as a gender natural character as it’s mis representation of goods for sale to describe it as a male.

    Time to look elsewhere.

    The product comes with textures for the genitalia, so he is indeed a male character even using your "male = having a penis" definition . The fact that there's a required product you need to own if you want to use those doesn't change that.

    Wow, how very foward thinking of you. A penis does not define who we are as men. Although it does do alot of thinking for men of every walk of life due to how much trouble it gets us into. hahaha

  • andya_b341b7c5f5andya_b341b7c5f5 Posts: 282
    edited November 7
    Leana said:

    The anatomical elements have been an add-on since Michael 3 - for 3 and for 4 they were in the morph packs, for Genesis and later they are in the Pro bundles for at least some of the adult male figures.

    Thank you Richard, still dont make it right though, the product should be described as a gender natural character as it’s mis representation of goods for sale to describe it as a male.

    Time to look elsewhere.

    The product comes with textures for the genitalia, so he is indeed a male character even using your "male = having a penis" definition . The fact that there's a required product you need to own if you want to use those doesn't change that.

    But It would be reasonable for the product page to say words to the effect of 'includes genitalia textures but if you must have genitalia to put them on you will need to purchase product X containing said genitalia'.  It seems to catch people out, often, the wild thought that there might be something to put the genitalia textures on in the same product.  Applies to female products similarly.

    Post edited by andya_b341b7c5f5 on
  • LeanaLeana Posts: 3,327
    Leana said:

    The anatomical elements have been an add-on since Michael 3 - for 3 and for 4 they were in the morph packs, for Genesis and later they are in the Pro bundles for at least some of the adult male figures.

    Thank you Richard, still dont make it right though, the product should be described as a gender natural character as it’s mis representation of goods for sale to describe it as a male.

    Time to look elsewhere.

    The product comes with textures for the genitalia, so he is indeed a male character even using your "male = having a penis" definition . The fact that there's a required product you need to own if you want to use those doesn't change that.

    Wow, how very foward thinking of you. A penis does not define who we are as men. Although it does do alot of thinking for men of every walk of life due to how much trouble it gets us into. hahaha

    The OP is the one who said the character should not be promoted as male if it doesn't come with a penis, not me...

    I personally don't reduce men to "people with a penis", just like I wouldn't reduce women to "people with vaginas".

  • Leana said:

    The anatomical elements have been an add-on since Michael 3 - for 3 and for 4 they were in the morph packs, for Genesis and later they are in the Pro bundles for at least some of the adult male figures.

    Thank you Richard, still dont make it right though, the product should be described as a gender natural character as it’s mis representation of goods for sale to describe it as a male.

    Time to look elsewhere.

    The product comes with textures for the genitalia, so he is indeed a male character even using your "male = having a penis" definition . The fact that there's a required product you need to own if you want to use those doesn't change that.

    But It would be reasonable for the product page to say words to the effect of 'includes genitalia textures but if you must have genitalia to put them on you will need to purchase product X containing said genitalia'.  It seems to catch people out, often, the wild thought that there might be something to put the genitalia textures on in the same product.  Applies to female products similarly.

    The only mention of Anatomical Elements is under Materials, there is not implication that it includes the mesh.

  • Leana said:

    The anatomical elements have been an add-on since Michael 3 - for 3 and for 4 they were in the morph packs, for Genesis and later they are in the Pro bundles for at least some of the adult male figures.

    Thank you Richard, still dont make it right though, the product should be described as a gender natural character as it’s mis representation of goods for sale to describe it as a male.

    Time to look elsewhere.

    The product comes with textures for the genitalia, so he is indeed a male character even using your "male = having a penis" definition . The fact that there's a required product you need to own if you want to use those doesn't change that.

    But It would be reasonable for the product page to say words to the effect of 'includes genitalia textures but if you must have genitalia to put them on you will need to purchase product X containing said genitalia'.  It seems to catch people out, often, the wild thought that there might be something to put the genitalia textures on in the same product.  Applies to female products similarly.

    The only mention of Anatomical Elements is under Materials, there is not implication that it includes the mesh.

    Actually, I think that including the AE materials with the figure leads to a reasonable assumption that you will be able to use those materials, at least without having to buy another product, let alone an expensive pro bundle. 

    Of course you only need to have this assumption contradicted once to learn that this is how this works in Dazworld, and sure you can always return the product if you're not happy with that.  But I have seen this comes up a few times on the forum as a complaint especially from newcomers.  All it needs is a note on the product pages, for males and females, to explain the situation when gen maps are supplied.  Where would be the harm? 

  • Leana said:

    The anatomical elements have been an add-on since Michael 3 - for 3 and for 4 they were in the morph packs, for Genesis and later they are in the Pro bundles for at least some of the adult male figures.

    Thank you Richard, still dont make it right though, the product should be described as a gender natural character as it’s mis representation of goods for sale to describe it as a male.

    Time to look elsewhere.

    The product comes with textures for the genitalia, so he is indeed a male character even using your "male = having a penis" definition . The fact that there's a required product you need to own if you want to use those doesn't change that.

    But It would be reasonable for the product page to say words to the effect of 'includes genitalia textures but if you must have genitalia to put them on you will need to purchase product X containing said genitalia'.  It seems to catch people out, often, the wild thought that there might be something to put the genitalia textures on in the same product.  Applies to female products similarly.

    The only mention of Anatomical Elements is under Materials, there is not implication that it includes the mesh.

    Actually, I think that including the AE materials with the figure leads to a reasonable assumption that you will be able to use those materials, at least without having to buy another product, let alone an expensive pro bundle. 

    Of course you only need to have this assumption contradicted once to learn that this is how this works in Dazworld, and sure you can always return the product if you're not happy with that.  But I have seen this comes up a few times on the forum as a complaint especially from newcomers.  All it needs is a note on the product pages, for males and females, to explain the situation when gen maps are supplied.  Where would be the harm? 

    It would cut down on these posts. ; )

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